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super yummy banana crepes


nothing complicated here. good, though. this will make 4 people a nice dessert after dinner, or 2 hungrier people something more substantial.


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  1. Preheat oven to 400f and butter small
  2. Pyrex baking dish
  3. Cut bananas in half crosswise and then split lengthwise
  4. You will have 8 large pieces
  5. In a skillet large enough to hold the banana pieces and over medium-high heat
  6. Melt the butter with the splenda and add the vanilla extract and cinnamon
  7. Add the banana pieces and saute for 1 1 / 2 minutes per side
  8. Remove from heat
  9. Place two banana pieces down length of each crepe and top with 1 tablespoon each of the graham cracker crumbs and toasted pecans
  10. "if theres any sauce in the pan
  11. Distribute that evenly among the crepes"
  12. Roll up jelly roll fashion
  13. Place in prepared baking dish and bake until crepes are heated through
  14. About 10 minutes
  15. Serve with a scoop of sugar-free vanilla ice cream
  16. Lots of whipped cream
  17. Chocolate syrup and more chopped pecans !

Step 11

Total Time in Minute 18

Ingredients Count 11

cooking super yummy banana crepes

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Firm bananas


Splenda sugar substitute

Vanilla extract

Ground cinnamon


Graham cracker crumbs


Sugar-free vanilla ice cream

Whipped cream

Chocolate syrup

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