Banoffee Puff Tarts

Thursday, May 07, 2020


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I went a little bananas for banoffee puff tarts lol 
Lock-down has everyone snacking A LOT!

Being a person who isn't a banana fan,
 I did actually enjoy this yummy dessert, 
however if you're like me you can just switch out the bananas with strawberries, 
which I will be doing next time. 

I actually saw a friend of mine make this on snapchat and I had to give it a try. 
It's super easy and quick to make!
I think kids will especially love it and it goes so well with ice-cream. 

Please remember the quantities of the ingredients depend on how much you want to make. 

I used individual puff pastry cutouts which I had leftover from Ramadan pie preps, 
you can use the same as well which to be honest I find way better when serving,
or you can use one big puff pastry square
it depends on how many people you will be serving actually and what you have. 

Also due to the lock-down I couldn't get my hands on canned whipped cream,
which is why I made it at home with fresh cream, icing sugar and vanilla essence. 

The method down below has the step by step pictures,
but you can also scroll right to the bottom and see the whole method without pictures which will be easier to screenshot. 


- INGREDIENTS -


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Puff Pastry  
Egg

1 tin (360g) Caramel Treat 

Bananas

Canned Whipped Cream
or
250ml Fresh Cream or heavy cream or whipping cream
3 Tbsp Icing Sugar
1 tsp Vanilla Essence 

Milk Chocolate - grated 
1/2 tsp Icing Sugar 


- METHOD -



1. Pre-heat your oven at 200 Degrees C.

2. Layer your puff pastry on a greased baking tray and lightly egg wash them (This will help turn golden when baked). 

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3. Pop them into the oven for around 20 minutes till golden, leave to cool when done. 

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4. Once they've cooled, use a sharp knife to cut the pastry in half.

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5. So I used tinned caramel treat, which I whipped it till it was smooth enough to spread and drizzle. 1 tin was more than enough, I used the left over to drizzle over the banoffee puff tart just before serving. 

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6. Lightly smear the caramel treat over the base of the puff tarts that you had sliced in half.

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7. Over the caramel add your sliced bananas. Only slice your bananas when you're at this step, also I just made 5 individual banoffee puff tarts, so one banana was enough for me, feel free to use more.

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8. Next, generously top with whipped cream,drizzle some caramel and grated chocolate.

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9. Finally pop on the lid, dust with some icing sugar. You can keep it in the fridge to chill, however take it out of the fridge around 10 minutes before you want to serve it. 


10. Before serving I warmed the leftover caramel and drizzled it over the banoffee puff tarts before serving, you can also serve it with some ice-cream, more whipped cream or eat it as is.


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  1. Pre-heat your oven at 200 Degrees C.
  2. Layer your puff pastry on a greased baking tray and lightly egg wash them (This will help turn golden when baked).
  3. Pop them into the oven for around 20 minutes till golden, leave to cool when done.
  4. Once they've cooled, use a sharp knife to cut the pastry in half.
  5. So I used tinned caramel treat, so I whipped it till it was runny. 1 tin was more than enough, I used the left over to drizzle over the banoffee puff tart just before serving.
  6. Lightly smear the caramel treat over the base of the puff tarts that you had sliced in half.
  7. Over the caramel add your sliced bananas. Only slice your bananas when you're at this step, also I just made 5 individual banoffee puff tarts, so one banana was enough for me, feel free to use more.
  8. Next, generously top with whipped cream (again if you're making home-made whipped cream whip your cream, icing sugar and vanilla essence till stiff and put it in a pipping bag) and grated chocolate.
  9. Finally pop on the lid, dust with some icing sugar and I used the leftover caramel to drizzle over the lid just before serving.


- PIN IT - 


It is so easy to pin a recipe you like right onto your pinterest boards,
simply click on the picture and it will automatically take you to pinterest. 
When you share the picture the link shares as well,
which makes it easier for you and any one else to find the recipe.


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I hope you enjoy this banoffee puff tarts recipe,
as you can see it's super easy and quick to make 
and I'm sure you will enjoy it.

These are other dessert recipes I have shared on my blog;

 Be sure to check out my social media, 
I share a lot of the behind the scenes on there and reviews:

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6 comments

  1. Oooh these look nice! Something my little would inhale in seconds lol. Thanks for the recipe

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  2. I have never attempted to make these but they look so good! Might give them a go soon as we have been baking a lot recently.

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    1. I hope you got to give them a try and enjoyed them :D

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  3. These look amazing! I'm doing keto right now so can't eat this sort of thing but I might have to come back for these in a couple months!!

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    1. Hehe this would be a perfect first sweet tooth prize :D

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