You can add a little ground cinnamon to this sauce to taste. It will add spicy notes to the aroma of the dish.
If serving this sweet pancake sauce, you can add a scoop of ice cream or chocolate syrup to taste. It is also delicious to add coconut to the banana sauce if you like it.
Appointment: For breakfast / For afternoon tea / Inexpensive / In a hurry
Main Ingredient: Fruit / Banana
- Butter - 80 Grams
- Banana - 2 Pieces
- Brown sugar - 4 tbsp. spoons
- Maple Syrup - 120 Milliliters
- Cream - 100 Milliliters
How to make Banana Pancake Sauce
Choose large, ripe bananas. Peel them and cut them into fairly thin rings. If you want the banana chunks in the sauce to stay intact, you can sprinkle a little starch on the bananas.
Melt the butter in a skillet. Don't let the oil boil. Slowly pour the maple syrup into the same skillet. Mix everything well and let simmer for a few minutes.
Add brown sugar to the butter and maple syrup sauce. Reduce the heat to low and wait for the sugar to dissolve. Then pour in the cream, stir. The last to be put in the pan is the banana. Make sure the bananas are completely covered in the sauce. Simmer the sauce for another 5 minutes - and it's ready.
I serve this sauce still warm with thin pancakes. I steal the sauce along with slices of bananas into a pancake sheet and roll it up. So the sauce does not spread on the plate and pancakes are convenient to eat.