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    This was requested on yesterday's topic comments so here goes:


    Banana Coconut Milk Custard


    1 really ripe banana

    1 can coconut milk

    5 eggs

    2 T. Honey

    1/2 t. vanilla

    dash of cinnamon


    Pre-heat oven to 325 degrees. Blend all the above ingredients together in a blender and pour into individual ramekins or one 9x9 glass baking dish. Place dish(es) of your choice into a larger baking pan with sides at least 2-3 inches high. Pour hot water into large pan until about halfway up the sides of the ramekins/baking dish. Bake for about 40 minutes for indivial ramekins or and hour for the larger dish. Remove when golden on top but still slightly wiggly. Refrigerate. Enjoy.


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    *drools* Okay why didn't I buy coconut milk today... Thanks for the recipe!!!


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    YUM!!! I have to try this tonight. Thanks!


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    This is very similar to a milkshake I have lined up for my blog! I'd be making it today if I weren't snowed in without a banana. *sigh*


    I really like your recipe. I can't wait to try it out. Will have to get more honey also.


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    How about a date instead of the honey?


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    Im makin this!! I have a couple really ripe bananas that I wondered "what am I going to do this" thanks!


    I hope its ok, I put it on online cavemancookbook:


    http://cavemancookbook.wordpress.com/


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    The beauty of the custards, aside from Diana trying to use up her eggs, is that you can pack a lot of eggy goodness in them, use almost anything you like for flavor or sweetness, and they turn out yummy.


    MichaelA - I think a date would be a delicious way to sweeten a custard.


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    Damnit TriCici, now I have to try it


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    Another great thing about custards- they taste totally yummy hot or cold.


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    Tried out the recipe tonight. Delish! Thanks so much TriCiCi!


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