16 August 2013

Chocolate P B Nana Tart


A simple tart. 

Quite sophisticated. 

Until your find out it is filled with Nutella, peanut butter and bananas. 

I created this one with Cooper in mind. He loves Nutella, he loves peanut butter and yes you guessed it, he loves bananas. I don't think he would have loved it as much had it been filled with raspberries, in fact I am sure I would have gotten a straight up "No thank you Mummy!".

Instead he scoffed the lot whilst making happy noises. 

There was a wee mishap with a banana, but he didn't let that trouble him.





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Chocolate P B Nana Tart
A simple pastry filled with Nutella, peanut butter and bananas,
Ingredients
  • a rectangle of ready rolled puff pastry
  • 2-3 tbsp peanut butter
  • 2-3 tbsp Nutella
  • 1 small banana, sliced
  • a dusting of icing sugar
Instructions
1. Preheat oven to 200c/180c fan/gas mark 6.2. Carefully unroll a sheet of puff pastry and cut a rectangle.3. Score about 1cm in from the edge all the way around.4. Add the peanut butter to the centre area, then dollop on the Nutella and add the slices of banana.5. Place on a baking tray and dust with icing sugar, then bake for 15-20 minutes until the pastry is golden.
Details
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Yield: Serves 1

32 comments:

  1. I made something similar with pears and Nutella Jac - absolutely delicious - looks great x

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    1. Oh now that would be a good combo. Mmmmmm!

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  2. These look great I'm sure my niece would love to make and eat it, and if not I would happily scoff them :)

    Angela

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    1. I'm sure she would love them Angela and they are so easy to make :)

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  3. Cooper is so adorable! Tart looks delicious, perfect combo for me banana & nutella ;)

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    1. Thanks Sylvia and yes, I love the combo too.

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  4. That looks quick and easy and yum :) I'd swap out the bananas for apples or pears, though, for some reason I can't stomach bananas.

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    1. How funny! But yes pears or apples would both be yummy. Slice the apples thinly would be my only advice.

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  5. One word, luscious. I have puff pastry, I have nutella, I have peanut butter, I have bananas and I have lots of nephews and nieces who will adore these. And me too, of course - I can't miss out.

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  6. Amazing mouth watering.

    Missing it.

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  7. hey, looks gorgeous and so simple, no surprises that he loves it so much!... comments seem to be working now x

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    1. Thanks Dom and yes it's super simple and super tasty!

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  8. Oh my! Must have some!!!

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  9. Omg so simple yet so delicious.They say the proof of the pudding is in the eating.Cooper has proved this.He is really enjoying it.

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    1. He thought it was the best dessert every, well apart from ice cream that is.

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  10. What a fab recipe, it looks so yummy.

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  11. I love how easy a little pastry can be converted into a tasty, quick treat. I've just finished an almond and plum version- perfect baking for a lazy Sunday afternoon. And those pictures are so cute!

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  12. Anything pairing nutella and puff pastry has my full attention!

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  13. This is the second recipe I have read using Nutella this week and my eldest placed a jar in the shopping trolley as he spotted it on the shelves, we have had any for months!

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  14. THAT looks amazing. And yet, simple! I like!

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