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How To Completely WOW Your Dinner Guests – It’s Easier Than You Think!
When someone mentions dessert, usually the first thing that comes to my mind is a cake of some sort. Which is great, of course – I love a good cake and I wouldn’t mind having some for dessert every day of the week! But occasionally I like to try something completely different. Some of the recipes I’ve tried have failed to be tastier than a nice cake, but others have turned out more delicious than I could have ever imagined.
Like these bananas, for example. Who would have thought such simple ingredients, with such easy instructions, would give you a flavor that seems to come straight from heaven?
You literally only need a handful of ingredients to make these, and it doesn’t take longer than a few minutes to have these on your plate – or should I say, on their way to your belly. Because these aren’t going to stay on your plate for longer than a few seconds!
This is also a great way to make an impression on your dinner guests. I guarantee you’re going to hear people ooh and ahh over the look and aromas of these alone.
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Quick Tip: Use a combination of your favorite nuts instead of just pecans.