14 March 2013

Individual Banana Puddings













These Individual bananas puddings start  out with a no bake graham cracker crust that is pushed into the bottom of a small ramekin.
Banana slices are layered on top of  the crust and they are topped with a creamy vanilla custard and a layer of fluffy meringue.
The sweetened condensed milk gives the pudding a rich, caramelized flavor with goes well with bananas.

adapted from Baking bites


Ingredients
serves 6

1 cup graham cracker crumbs
1 tablespoon of sugar
3 tablespoon of butter melted

2-3 medium bananas sliced
1/3 cup all purpose flour
pinch of salt
2  1/2 cups milk
1 can sweetened condensed milk
2 large egg yolk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

4 large whites
3/4  cup of sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

Method

Preheat oven to 180°c ( 350 F)
In a medium bowl stir together graham crumbs, sugar and melted butter until mixture resembles wet sand.
Place about two tablespoons in the bottom od each 6 ramekins.
Press crumbs firmly into an even layer.
Divide sliced bananas evenly into prepared crust, make a layer
in each ramekin.
Refrigerate crusts while preparaing filling.

In a medium  saucepan whisk together flour, salt, milk and sweetened condensed milk until smooth.
Whisk in egg yolks and vanilla extract . Bring mixture to a simmer over medium heat. stirring frequently  until mixture starts to thicken.
Stir slowy but continuosly cooking for 1 to 2 minutes as it thicks.
Divide custard evenly over bananas.
In a medium bowl, beat eggs whites to soft peaks, gradually adding the sugar and beat until sugar is dissolved.
Beat in vanila extract.
Spoon the meringue on top of the banana puddings and place on a baking sheet.
Bake for 10 minutes until  are set and golden brown.
Chill until  ready to serve.


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EN ESPAÑOL
Budines de plátano con merengue.










Llegué! varios de ustedes me han pedido la receta en español y ahora me dedico a eso. Mis disculpas he tenido una semana un poco dificil .

Este postre es absolutamente delicioso y simple, por lo menos para mi y muchos que les encantan los plátanos.
Lo típico varios plátanos muy maduros en la frutera y uno dice, que hago? hay muchas recetas pero me gustó esta por lo bonita y fresca y ademas plátanos siempre hay.

Esta receta está adaptada de Baking Bites.

Ingredientes
6 porciones o pocillos

1 taza de galletas molidas (yo use galletas de Vino)
1 cucharada de azúcar
3 cucharadas de mantequilla derretida

2 o 3 plátanos en rodajas
1/3 taza de harina normal
(sin polvos de hornear)
pizca de sal
2 y 1/2 tazas de leche semi descremada o entera
1 tarro de leche condensada
2 yemas de huevo
1 cucharadita extracto de vainilla

Merengue

4 claras de huevo
3/4 taza de azúcar
1/2 cucharadita de vainilla

Preparación


Precalentar el horno a 180°c.

En un bol mediano mezclar las galletas molidas con el azúcar y la mantequilla derretida.
Repartir doc cucharadas de la mezcla en cada pocillo y apisonarlos un poco.
Repartir los plátanos cortados en rodajas sobre esta mezcla y llevar a refrigerador mientras se prepara la crema de vainilla.
Para el relleno en una olla mediana mezclar la leche, la harina,
sal y leche condensada.Batir hasta que tenga una consistencia cremosa.
Agregar las yemas y la vainilla y seguir batiendo a fuego muy suave.por unos dos minutos hasta que esté espeso.
Repartir la crema en los pocillos sobre las rodajas de plátano.
Reservar.
Aparte batir las claras con una pizca de sal (batir con batidora) y agregar de a poco el azucar. y batir hasta que se disuelva el azúcar, finalmente agregar el extracto de vainilla.
Repartir el merengue en los pocillos y llevar a horno por unos minutos hasta que esten ligeramente dorados.
Retirar y dejar enfriar antes de servir.  (Unos diez minutos i o hasta que esten dorados)



 

83 comments:

  1. My Dear -- These look amazing. Very well done. I love bananas. So yummy.

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    1. Thanks Whisk Love bananas too!!

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    2. Thank you for your nice words on my blog. Yes, bananas really are great. We had a sale recently and for very little, I got a big bunch.

      I made banana chocolate chip cookies. So good.

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    3. you are welcome dear. I think banana chocolate must be delicious!

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    4. They were good on the first day. The second day something went funny with the cookie dough. And it wasn't so good the second day.

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  2. These look and sundo absolutely delicioso, Gloria! I want to make these for Easter. xo

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    1. Thanks Barbara this is a dessert that I really love!

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  3. They do look great, but hate bananas at any rate. Beat Betsy too! Yippee!

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    1. so you hate bananas? pretty sad!

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    2. Gloria, I'll hold Pat down and you stuff bananas in his mouth. lol....

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    3. Yes SOmetimes I really would like to make you say Betsy LOL sigh!!

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    4. hahahaha good luck with that, many have tried but failed at my mat. I always squirm away.

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  4. How beautiful, Gloria! Love the meringue topping!

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  5. These look amazing! So beautiful!

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  6. talk about comfort food! Yum.

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  7. I can only imagine their flavour Gloria.

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  8. nice...i like what you did with the creme on top...banana pudding is my fathers favorite.....

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    1. Thanks Brian I think is my favorite too:)))

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  9. Que rico Gloria.....sencillo y delicioso......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  10. I love that this is made completely from scratch! No boxed puddings! Great post! =)

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  11. Lovely dessert. I could imagine how delicious it tastes. Lovely header photo, the cups looks inviting.

    Un abrazo

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  12. This is a wonderful dessert. I am going to make this for my family, I know that they would love it.

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  13. Gloria, those look insanely delicious! I want one right now too!
    Wow!!!
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  14. Gloria, questo dolce dev'essere squisito!!! Buona giornata!

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  15. What a great idea for easy dessert! And the meringue made them look so elegant! Love your pretty ramekins ;)

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  16. I've never tasted it but I have to give it a go.
    Have a lovely Friday

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  17. Que maravilla de receta Gloria!! quiero probarla tiene que estar delicioso, tomo nota. Besos

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  18. Después vengo por la receta en español, el budin nos gusta mucho.
    Besitos amiga.

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  19. Gloria, this dessert is scrumptious and gorgeous. I can only imagine the taste. And I love the meringue!

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  20. Sounds good. Bring some over please. xo

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  21. Oh my these look like the perfect little treat!

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  22. "Ramekin." Cool. The Grammar Nazi learns a new word! Ha.

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    1. oh! never think in teach something to Grammar nazi LOL! Ha!

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  23. Lovely dessert! I would be very happy if served with one of these delicious yummies!

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  24. These remind me a bit of Banana Creme Pie which I love :) There is never any shortage of delicious fruit in your menu, Gloria!

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  25. oh, sweet sweet bananas, oh, how I love them, Gloria Dear!

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  26. Now, these are interesting, as in designwise interesting. They are so pretty that I don't want to eat them! :-) But eat them I would if I had half the chance. Many thanks.

    Greetings from London.

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  27. I love bananas and meringue dear Gloria ~ Thanks for the recipe ~

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  28. Gloria, Nice and simple with the individual ramikins and meringue adding a special touch. Thanks for the recipe and the idea! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  29. Very good dessert Gloria, love the topping! I am coming to Santiago soon, will travel on the 28th, then we will go to Valparaiso on the 29 until the 31, and then one more night in Santiago on the 1 (at the Panamericano) before going to Uruguay. Do you know Valparaiso? I heard that is really nice, first time there for us, can't wait! Tell me if there is something I should really see there, and in Santiago too!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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    1. I comment you Alessandra Im so happy you come, and we can talk by mail too:) Valparaiso is absolutely amazing!!!!!
      Panamericano is the Hotel?

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    2. Very excited, and i love Pablo Neruda! Also I saw that there are so many museum in Valparaiso! I'll check you blog now! I think that we will stay in the Hotel Acontraluz.

      Very curious about Quinoa Restaurant, the first day in Chile we are staying only in a hotel at the airport because my husband has to work there, and for resting, then we go to Valparaiso, then the last day we come back to Santiago we will stay at the Panamericano Hotel, in the centre, I'll check if the restaurant is nearby, otherwise we'll just have a stroll in the city centre. I'll email you too!

      Thank you for all the advice!
      Alessandra

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  30. Oh! these are perfect!!!!! and i like the sweetened condensed milk....it makes the cream so rich!!!!

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    1. Thanks Peps yes I love condensed milk to always are nice to cooking!!

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  31. This sounds so unique Gloria, I love how they look like lemon meringue pies :)

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    1. psstt Az my favorite part is the meringue!!

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  32. Deliciosos.. me encanta la presentación y los moldecitos en los que los has hecho.
    Y, además, esta receta viene muy bien para aprovechar esos plátanos que se van quedando ennegrecidos en el frutero...
    Un beso.

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  33. I love bananas, Gloria. So think I'm a blue monkey, really. Give me a banana and I'll actually smile. I never eat one. I always eat a whole bunch.

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    1. Look what bring the wind lol!
      I love bananas too; maybe we were monkeys in other life?
      Of course you are a nice blue monkey:)

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  34. Que rico esto, en mi casa aman el plátano, me lo llevo.

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  35. OMG!!!!
    Those look absolutely delicious....
    You are the best little baker, GLoria!!!

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  36. Thanks Linda but I find awesome all you cook!!

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  37. They look really yummy.
    Regards
    Olguis

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  38. Que pinta tienen estos puddings amiga. Se ven maravillosos.
    Un abrazo grande y que tengas un buen domingo.

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  39. So beautiful - love the way you've peaked the meringue

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  40. Gloria, adoro el sabor del plátano en la repostería y en este caso me parece una buena sugerencia!

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  42. un délicieux dessert avec banane et meringue j'adore
    bonne soirée

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  43. Beautiful, Gloria! Love the meringue topping!

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  44. ....non riesco proprio ad immaginarmeli...dovrò per forza provarli! cri

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  46. These are so pretty Gloria and sound delicious!

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  47. Ma che belle queste cocotte con la copertura meringata. Un dessert di effetto e goloso. Un abbraccio, buona settimana

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  48. This just made my stomach growl, Gloria, oh my goodness! And the way the top is golden! Just divine!!

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