Summer is just around the corner! This week marks the last week of school for Rhonda and Blind Piglets #2 and #3. We have so many fun ideas in store for you for the summer months. But before we continue, we have to take a few minutes to brag on Blind Piglet #1. She graduated with honors from the University of Missouri this past weekend and will start her adult life on Wednesday in St. Louis. Watch out world, she is not one to sit still and look pretty.😉 We are so very proud of her and have enjoyed watching her bloom and grow.
Now on to summer. Next weekend is Memorial Day weekend and you may be planning a barbecue or cookout. This week’s recipe is perfect for Memorial Day or any family gathering during the summer. It’s easy, tasty and fresh. In fact, it is so easy that it is the perfect dessert for on-the-spot entertaining! We apologize that we don’t know where we originally found this recipe. It was in Rhonda’s files on a slip of paper. Of course, we twisted it up a bit to make it even better.
You don’t need lots of ingredients for Banana Bourbon Cobbler. This recipe is made with self-rising flour, sugar, milk, melted butter, bananas, and bourbon. The streusel topping needs brown sugar, self-rising flour, butter, rolled oats and pecans.
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Meanwhile whisk together flour, sugar, milk and butter. Pour the mixture into a lightly greased 11 x 7 dish.
Make your streusel topping and set aside.
Top with banana slices and pour 1 ounce of bourbon over the top of the bananas. Top off with streusel topping, and pop into the oven for 40-45 minutes.
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The golden brown goodness looks so yummy when you pull it from the oven, as well as the delicious baked smell. But better yet is the delicious taste of this gem when served warm with a dollop of ice cream on top. The bourbon adds to the sweetness of the bananas with a nice smooth flavor. Yummo!
Rhonda pulled this from the oven and within minutes Blind Piglets #2 and #3 emerged and ate almost half of the pan — before dinner!
Try this delicious dessert at your next family gathering, or better yet, try it for dinner tonight!