An Australian Mum Has Shared How She Made Tasty Banoffee Tarts Using Only Five Ingredients
An Australian mum has shared how she made tasty banoffee tarts using only five ingredients.
The mother-of-two posted on a popular Facebook group, where she said she used Coles tart shells, bananas, Nestle caramel, Kahlua liquor and toppings.
She cooked the dessert in her five litre Kmart air fryer rather than in the oven, impressing thousands with the results.
The mum used pre-made tart shells, momfuture.bookmark.com meaning the dessert is simple to make and only takes eight minutes to prepare.
An Australian mum has shared how she made tasty banoffee tarts using only five ingredients (the ingredients pictured)
Posting to a popular Facebook group, the mother-of-two said she used Coles tart shells, bananas, Nestle caramel, Kahlua liquor and toppings of her choice (the end result pictured)
To make the dessert, the woman first mixed a cap full of Kahlua liquor with half a jar of caramel - but said more or less can be added depending on individual preference.
Next, she sliced the bananas to lay at the bottom of the tart shells, added a few teaspoons of the caramel mixture then placed in the air fryer at 160 degrees Celsius for eight minutes.
She then topped the desserts with berries, chocolate, marshmallows and whipped cream.
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The woman cooked the dessert in her five litre Kmart air fryer rather than in the oven at 160 degrees Celsius for eight minutes (the end result pictured)
'Now that's a game changer!!' one person said.
'You could also soak the banana slices in Kahlua,' another suggested.
A third added: 'I'll have to make these on the weekend!'
The Facebook post received more than 380 comments from other home cooks, most of which tagged friends and family members to share the recipe further.
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox femail" data-version="2" id="mol-78a5ff00-af5f-11ea-a87e-e7afb04a98b9" website cooks are going crazy for this five-ingredient banoffee tart