Bananas Foster Mousse Mix
A New Orleans original combination: brown sugar, cinnamon and rum. With our Bananas Foster Mousse mix you'll feel like you're in New Orleans
Serve this rich and luscious tasting mousse as a topping for roasted or grilled roasted pineapple (pictured). It’s beautiful and an absolute knock out dessert.
MORE GREAT WAYS TO USE THIS MIX:
Cannoli Filling: Use mousse for Bananas Foster Cannoli (pictured). Take cannoli to a new level the easy way: buy pre-made cannoli shells and fill with mousse. Garnish with stripes of powdered sugar moistened with rum or banana liquor for a spectacular new Italy/New Orleans flavor fusion. TIP: See the READY MADE page for where to purchase ready-to-use cream puff or cannoli shells and crepés.
Ice Cream Flavoring or Bread Pudding Flavoring: Use it to flavor Bananas Foster Ice Cream and Bananas Foster Bread Pudding.
Easiest Way To Serve: Pile into a martini glass. Garnish it with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a slice of banana; kick it up all the way with a float of rum (pictured).
Fun Ways To Serve: Use it to dip French toast sticks, or dollop it onto waffle bites (pictured) – it’s awesome both ways.
French Toast: Use it to flavor the egg mixture for Bananas Foster French Toast, as a topping for Bananas Foster Brie Stuffed French Toast (pictured), or mixed with cream as the stuffing for Bananas Foster Stuffed French Toast.
Instead of Frosting: It's terrific as a topping for spice cake (pictured), and perfect for a dessert for casual parties or picnics!
See RECIPES for ice cream, bread pudding and stuffed French toast directions.
Note: Make with reduced fat cream cheese and Cool Whip® for light and fluffy mousse texture
Makes about 1-1/2 quarts. Serves 6-8, or will fill graham cracker crust for "freezer pie/no-bake cheesecake."
No gluten. No salt, preservatives or artificial colors added.
Ingredients: Brown sugar, natural & artificial flavors, spices.
Allergen Info: Some ingredients packaged on equipment that also packages peanuts and tree nuts.