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I am all about the sweet and sassy desserts. In fact, desserts and myself often have weekly love affairs because I need at least one yummy, sweet treat in my life on the regular. Typically, I’m a chocoholic. Then, I came across this lovely recipe for banana’s Foster bread pudding and my heart was won over.
This bread pudding is truly magical in the sense that one can actually fall in love with it. Seriously, if I could get a room decked out in candles, roses, and champagne, I’d take this banana’s Foster bread pudding to it and eat it slowly all night long. Yes folks, it is THAT good!
Recipe courtesy of Food.com.
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Quick Tip: Enjoy this lovely banana’s Foster bread pudding with a scoop of your favorite ice cream. I enjoy butter pecan.