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Banana Pastry Dessert

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Banana Pastry Dessert

This recipe was suggested by my sister when she traveled to Australia and visited me. She said she tried this dessert, banana pastry at a dessert café in Hong Kong. Immediately I baked one for her, that only took me less than 30 minutes. It’s really yummy and easy to make. The hot banana inside the pastry with smooth chocolate sauce tasted heavenly. Who can resist the temptation of ice-cream as well?

  • 1/2 puff pastry
  • 1 ripe banana, roughly chopped
  • chocolate sauce, to taste
  • vanilla ice-cream, to taste
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  1. Preheat oven to 180C (356F). Roll out puff pastry on a clean surface.
  2. Place banana in the center of pastry. Dampen pastry edges. Fold the pastry into a rectangle shape. Use a fork to press and seal edges. Prick the surface with a fork and brush some beaten egg.
  3. Bake for 20 minutes until golden brown. Serve with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice-cream.


  1. looks yummy, bananas + chocolate = very good

  2. Yumm!!! I bet instead of only chocolate sauce, dipping that in some Nutella would taste Ah-Mazing. Great post!

  3. To oysterCulture,
    That's what my sister said to me, "banana and chocolate are good friends..."

    To Kamran Siddiqi,
    Yeah, good idea. My daughter asked me to cook her some desserts with Nutella the other day. She's a BIG fans of it.

  4. How amazing does that sound....I LOVE banana everything especially when it involves dessert - YUM!

  5. To Bits of Taste,
    Hi, thanks.

    To Sophie,
    Yeah, we all love it.

    To Danica's Daily,
    Fantastic! Banana is a very healthy food too.

  6. That look so delicious! I love anything with pastry puff and so are my kids.Love it!

  7. To My Little Space,
    Yay, another puff pastry fans. Welcome you.

  8. Hey Christine, I have passed on The Kreative Award to you.

  9. Hi, may I know where did you get the 1/2 puff pastry?

  10. I'm always up for bananas and chocolates! With puff pastry sounds even better!

  11. To Kenny,
    Thanks so much for the award.

    To Nicole,
    It's half of a piece of frozen pastry, about 12cmx24cm. But you can use any size of pastry you like.

    To pigpigscorner,
    Yeah, wonderful combination. My family loves this dessert very much.

  12. It is definitely a perfect pair with ice cream. Simply yet delicious! I don't mind the extra calories. ;)

  13. To Food For Tots,
    This dish won't be too heavy though.

  14. I made this for my kid's class, but added bacon wrapped around the banana and they loved it.