Wednesday 3 February 2021

Banana and Caramel Blondie recipe


I always have a fruit bowl on the table and often have banana's that are overripe and brown which i do not like eating . However I hate wasting food so always find something to make with them !!!!

Yesterday I decide to use them to make some Blondie's which i found an easy recipe online for which as a bonus used up the caramel too  i had left over from the cake i made for my mums birthday . 

The recipe was simple and easy and they taste very nice. You can eat them warm as a dessert with custard or as a cake with a cup of coffee or tea. I added a chocolate heart to each square and froze half of them to have with a Valentines afternoon tea i am planning to do 


Ripe bananas 2 sliced
  • golden caster sugar 250g
  • butter 100g
  • caramel 100g, from a jar or tin (NestlĂ© Carnation Caramel works well) plus 2 tbsp for the top
  • white chocolate 100g
  • eggs 2
  • self-raising flour 200g


  • STEP 1

    Heat the oven 180c/fan 170c/gas 4. Melt the sugar, butter, caramel and chocolate together until smooth. cool a little, then add the eggs and fold in the flour and banana.


  • STEP 2

    Pour into a lined 20cm square tin and add a few blobs of caramel to the top, bake for 45-50 minutes or until risen and set.

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