chocolate and banana

Croatia (Hrvatska)
August 3, 2008 9:17pm CST
today my sister made a great desert from melted chocolate (i think it was cooking, little nasty to eat) with banana, i can only say that it was great when its get a little colder did you try it
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@magojordan (3254)
• Philippines
4 Aug 08
Dipped chocolates are one of the easiest recipes to make with chocolates. Why don't you try other fruits like strawberries and grapes? or cookies and even marshmallows. They all taste good with melted chocolates
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• Croatia (Hrvatska)
4 Aug 08
i will need to experiment ... i doesnt like a lot of mixed things, i like it only simple but this stuff was so great ... maybe with strawberry, mmm., i need to call my sister :P
@brimia (6584)
• United States
4 Aug 08
I've had frozen chocolate dipped bananas... they sell them at fairs and festivals... they're very tasty. I've also made chocolate chip, peanut butter and banana sandwiches which I heat in a pan...it all melts together and is pretty yummy too.
@angelia286 (2029)
• Singapore
4 Aug 08
This desert is called Fondue! And it used to be the hot thing in Singapore some years back! Besides bananas, what the restaurants did was to insert some other fruits, and we dipped them into the melted chocolates and eat them just like that. Nevertheless, it was a new concept back then when it first arrived in SIngapore! Some other suggestions that work out great: 1. Scoops of Ice-cream 2. Apples 3. Strawberries (the original fruit that started it all!) 3. Wafers 4. Bananas The trick is to get something sour to dip into the chocolate. The sweetness of the chocolate will complement the sourness of the fruit and all in all, it will go great on the tastebuds! Try it out and let us know how it went ok? Take care!! =D
• Philippines
4 Aug 08
Chocolate and banana goes hand in hand when it comes to dessert. I love it however it's made.
• Malaysia
4 Aug 08
This is a common recipe which almost everybody like. I like dipping fruits with chocolate too, but I add chopped nuts to coat the chocolate. It taste much nicer when eaten when it is still melting, because the nuts already covered it and therefore it looks neat. At my place, I also like eating it with scoops of ice-cream. It is the taste of heaven's delicacy, if you know what I mean. Lol.