I just missed the link up party of fabulous foodie fridays! I was too slow. No matter, i’ll share 2 recipes next friday.
I want to share this slice with you. It’s not perfect yet but it’s getting somewhere in gourmetland! Just imagine a slice of biscuit, banoffee and chocolate.
It’s totally sweet, full of sugar, butter and chocolate. It’s a regressive recipe. A recipe that you want to save for the morose days or for the kids parties!
I think it’s perfect for kids birthday and so i want to improve it and offer it for the little girl of one of my friend.
I was inspired by Lauren for the malteser chocolate part. Her recipe is all over pinterest.
I totally felt in love with my first attempt of banoffee pie that i have to share with you very soon. So i tried to mix up some chocolate and caramel and banana and create a slice just as i had in mind. I still have to improve the biscuit part. And make a harder ganache. But i’m almost there. I have to say: what is best than chocolate and banana with a little taste of caramel? Really?
- Biscuit part:
- 200g flour
- 110g white sugar
- 125g butter
- Banoffee part:
- 1 can sweetened concentrated milk
- 1 mashed banana
- Chocolate ganache:
- 250g of dark chocolate
- 150g cream (30% fat)
- Put all the ingredients in your processor and let it do the job.
- Stuff the paste in a squared cake pan. Bake it for 20 min at 180°C.
- Let it cool completly.
- Meanwhile you could put the can of condensed milk to boil. It takes around 40 min to get this wonderfully easy caramel. I mean you don't do anything.
- Combine this caramel with the banana.
- Fill this preparation on the biscuit and let it cool again.
- Put the cream to boil and pour it on the chocolate. Mix gently until it's well combined.
- Pour the ganache in the banoffee.
- And decorate with some maltesers.
- Let it rest in the fridge for several hours.
If you want to give this marble aspect to your cake, just melt some white chocolate and pour it on the chocolate ganache when it’s still hot. Take a knife and bring on your creativity to draw on the cake. I just gently draw lines.
Don’t forget to put a baking paper into your dish. I forgot and i was in trouble to cut my cake. You can see that on the picture!