Bananas foster was invented by Brennen’s in New Orleans and just so happens to be my favorite non-chocolate dessert. I love bananas foster so much that it inspired my famous Bananas Foster Layer Cake. Now I give you a fun twist on classic New Orleans dessert: a Bananas Foster Milkshakes!
Bananas foster involves cooking bananas in brown sugar, butter, and rum with a bit of cinnamon so here, I’ve added dark rum, fresh banana, and caramel sauce to vanilla ice cream for a milkshake that is out-of-this-world. Seriously. Top it with cinnamon whipped cream and your guests will be swooning when you hand them this epic milkshake!
Note: I’ve written this up for two milkshakes but it’s easy to halve or multiply. I used one spoonful of caramel sauce per milkshake but if you want it more caramel-y, you could use two spoonfuls per milkshake.
Bananas Foster Milkshakes
6 scoops old fashioned vanilla ice cream
3/4 cup milk
2 ounces dark rum
2-4 spoonfuls caramel sauce
Cinnamon whipped cream, recipe follows
- Combine ice cream, milk, rum, banana, and caramel in blender until smooth. Top with cinnamon whipped cream and sprinkles.
- Beat whipping cream with a whisk in a metal bowl until soft peaks form. Whisk in cinnamon, vanilla, and powdered sugar.
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