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    An experiment!


    1 Banana

    3 Eggs

    Half a cup of Hazelnuts (I used a mixture of crushed and ground. Pecans would have been great too.)

    Grated Dark Chocolate (I used about 1 square)

    Heavy Cream (I used 1 tablespoon)

    Sweetener of your choice (Optional; Banana is sweet enough)

    Coconut oil


    Mash the banana, whisk the eggs. Mix everything together. Put CO in a medium cast iron skillet, spread it, and pour in the mixture. Stick in the oven at 350 degrees until done.


    In the oven:




    Finished (Lots of sizzling!):




    Top it with cold heavy cream and serve with coffee:




    I estimate the whole thing to be about 800 calories (minus the heavy cream as topping): 40 grams of carbs, 35 of protein, 55 of fat.


    Came out DELICIOUS!!!!!

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    Raphael


    Looks and sounds delish! How ripe was your bananna? was it a regular bananna or a plantain?

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    It was a regular banana, and it was normally ripe. But now that I think about it, it would have been great if it was browner.


    Some more ideas: Next time I&#39;m going to use pecans instead, and a little less dark chocolate, and sprinkle shredded coconut on top.

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    Mmm...I just made whipped coconut milk cream (put a can of coconut milk in the fridge, took out the solid &#39;cream&#39; after a couple hours or so, whipped it and added a little honey and vanilla extract-yum!)--I think some kind of whipped cream (maybe even stevia sweetened) would go awesome on top of this!


    Looks tasty!


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    Chima_p, I&#39;m not sure. I think one banana per 3 eggs was a good ratio, but you can try it with just half, I guess.


    FairyRae2, sounds good! You remind me, I have a can of coconut milk in my cupboard - I&#39;ll probably use it for one of my dessert experiments one of these days.

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