Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Get Sweet with this Caramel Banana Ravioli Bites Recipe

By: Finance Foodie

During the holiday season, I usually get inundated with invites to celebrations and parties - mostly centered around eating. Tired of showing up with yet another bottle of wine (because us New Yorkers have trouble locating our stoves, if we are lucky enough to even have one in our tiny apartments), I made a resolution to bring only handmade goods to all gatherings. However, given my busy work schedule - the day job and running this site - I needed something that was quick to make yet looked like I spent hours in the kitchen.
Caramel Banana Ravioli Bites

Behold....Caramel Banana Ravioli Bites. Inspired by copious amounts of bananas lying around in my apartment, these Ravioli Bites are so easy and yet it's a proven crowd pleasing treat guaranteed to make you the star of the party (and guaranteed to get you an invite to next year's bash).

Caramel Banana Ravioli Bites
Serving Size: 6 Raviolis
Calories: a lot (its the holidays - live a little!)

Package of Nasoya Won Ton Wraps
1 banana
6 tsp of Amoretti Salted Caramel Icing
1/4 cup of Bertolli Extra Light Olive Oil, for pan frying
Maple Syrup, for drizzling
Powdered Sugar, for sprinkling

1. Thinly slice the banana into 24 pieces. Places pieces in a bowl and mash with a fork.
2. Scoop banana mash into Nasoya Won Ton Wraps. You can use any brand of won ton wraps, but I liked Nasoya because it is all natural, contains no MSG and I've grown to trust the brand, starting with its non-GMO organic tofu. Add one tsp of Amoretti Salted Caramel Icing to each wrap. Again, you can use any brand of icing but I recommend Amortetti because its sweet but not sugary, as all the icings are flavored with real fruit and cold pressed juices.
3. Seal the won tons by folding the wrap diagonally so the opposite ends meet. Use water to seal.
4. Drop won tons into frying pan with Bertolli Extra Light Olive Oil and fry until golden brown on each side.
5. Place won tons on plate and top with maple syrup and powdered sugar.
6. Let your guests *or yourself ENJOY!

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