I’m into my final week of the 30 Days of Paleo challenge!
It’s going well, and I think I’ve lost some weight because my friends just attacked me and forcefully took a picture of my bum to prove how loose my pants have become. Yes, I have super friends 😛
The thing is I’ve been eating A LOT. I’m not depriving myself at all.
The strangest thing is that I don’t even have those annoying sugar cravings I was feeling earlier on in the month.
But that’s probably because I’ve had these wonderful desserts for company.
Silken, snow-white coconut mousse. Cold and smooth.
Don’t you just want to marry these adorable little cups btw? 🙂
Crisp, golden, sweet bananas. Warm and caramelized.
These two desserts were meant to be together – kinda like Hugh Jackman and me.
They’re fantastic by themselves, but together they could rule the world.
If you have only 5 minutes and are craving something sweet, make the Sweet fried bananas. They will make you happy 🙂
Adapted from: Almond corner
Prep time: 5 mins, plus chilling
Cook time: 10 mins
2 egg yolks
25 ml honey
125 ml coconut milk
1 tsp gelatine
100 ml coconut cream
1. Lightly beat the egg yolks with the honey and set aside. Heat the coconut milk in pan over a gentle flame, and once it starts to bubble on the sides, pour into the beaten egg-honey mixture. Mix well and then pour into the pan and heat again over a gentle heat.
2. Keep stirring until it thickens and then add the gelatin and mix well. Take it off the flame and allow to cool at room temperature.
3. Once cool, stir in the cream and pour into individual serving cups or bowls. Refrigerate for at least 5 hours or overnight.
Sweet fried bananas
Prep time: 2 mins
Cook time: 10 mins
Eat this with: Coconut mousse
3-4 semi ripe bananas
1-2 tsp coconut oil
2 tbsp honey
1 tsp cinnamon
1. Slice the bananas into 1/4 inch circles. Heat the oil in a large oil stick pan over a gentle heat.
2. Slide the bananas into the pan, making sure they are all on their flat side (you might have to do this in batches depending on the size of your pan) and fry over a low flame. Turn over after 3-4 minutes to fry the other side as well.
3. Dissolve the honey with 2 tablespoons of water and pour over the bananas. Toss gently and allow the bananas to be coated in the sticky mixture. Take off the flame and place in a shallow plate. Sprinkle over the cinnamon and serve.
Happy weekend lovelies! Stay bright 🙂
9 thoughts on “Coconut mousse and Sweet fried bananas: Paleo dessert pairing”
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Sounds lovely. We can also turn it into paleo banana split hai na. Glad you’re losing weight gurl though I can’t figure your need to 🙂
oh yess! Paleo banana split sounds yummers. Not that much weight loss – I think it’s more toning, which is great na 🙂
It is great. I am bloating 😦
I miss barir food so much 😦 Will kill it in December when I’m there. We have to meet and stuff our faces okay? 🙂
Thanks Aditya! 🙂