Drunken Bananas Foster

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Netflix for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. One of my favorite desserts to order out is Bananas Foster.  It’s so elegant and rich and decadent.  I honestly, had no idea it would become one of my favorite easy dessert recipes This dessert is so elegant.  I love how the bananas get soft and sweet when caramelized.  I added walnuts, because I wanted a little crunch with my Bananas Foster, but you can omit them if you’d like. I have to be honest, I was intimidated by flambeing the bananas.  There’s just something about flames that makes me nervous.  But it was easy and the flavor was through the roof! With all of the craziness of the holidays, it’s inevitable that I will run behind on all of my favorite shows.  After I’m done cooking, cleaning and entertaining, I like to unwind by watching some of my favorite shows – like Breaking Bad.  I’m addicted to that show! Netflix is encouraging their users to take time for themselves, and relax with streaming enjoyment.  With Netflix you can enjoy your favorite TV shows and movies anytime and anywhere. Whether it’s your favorite cooking shows on your iPad in the kitchen or a movie on the big screen in the living room, or even catching up on your favorite TV shows on your phone while traveling over the river and through the woods, you can stream all of your favorite movies and TV shows. To findout more about Netflix make sure you Like Netflix on Facebook, Follow @Netflix on Twitter and Follow Netflix on Pinterest. Netflix partnered with celebrity chef Curtis Stone to create custom holiday recipes, like this Drunken Bananas Foster! Which shows or movies will you be watching this holiday season?

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