7/11 Taro Bun

The title and packaging should say it all! This guy was always going to be cheap and nasty!  The only time  this guy should be appealing is at 3 am after a long night out clubbing and judgement is still impaired by the intoxicating substances consumed earlier in the evening.

Although one may not experience any obvious after effects the next morning, the long term damage of this sweet treat is unknown.  

This is guy is 100% artificial and has the potential to slowly poison his victim over time, if sampled too often.

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Recipe

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Banoffee Pie

Who doesn’t love a bit of Banofee Pie? It is an anytime anywhere cake.

This man is uncomplicated, with a few good layers that make him outstandingly satisfying. He has a firm stable base, covered by a couple layers of sweetness and guilty pleasures topped with a soft, visually appealing exterior.  

He’s simplicity makes him easily adaptable to any environment, but at the same time he is a hands down party pleaser!

Although not commonly encountered, this cake is popular on menus in Australia, New Zealand and areas of the world where life is relaxed and the produce is good!

British-cuisine

Recipe

Ingredients

1 packet chocolate ripple biscuits

350 ml fresh cream

280 grams melted butter

1x tin Nestle’s caramel

2-3 bananas

40 grams melted milk chocolate

Shaved chocolate for decoration

Recipe

1. Crushed biscuits and mix with melted butter in a bowl and combine well.

2. Spoon mixture into a round cake tin with a removable base and place in fridge for 1-2 hours or until firm.

3.  Whip cream and place in fridge for 1 hour.

4. Once firm, remove biscuit base from cake tin. Line base with banana and caramel and drizzle with melted chocolate.

5.Top with whipping cream and shaved chocolate.