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Banana Bread Tiramisu

Here is a fun way to use up that left over banana bread sitting on your counter!

I combined two of my favorite desserts in this tasty treat! You can definitely have this at anytime of day. In the morning with a hot cup of coffee or at night after a delicious meal, or even in the middle of the night to satisfy your late night sweet tooth.

We've all played around with banana bread recipes during the beginning of 2020 and I am sure we are pretty over it. But sometimes you are just craving a little bite of that delicious home-y sweet treat. I for sure played around with my fair share of banana bread recipes and developed my favorite one that I'll use for years to come. I realized, I liked using brown butter for some flavor and coconut oil for that moist texture you attempt to achieve in all your sweet breads. Try these two substitutions next time you make your own banana bread at home and let me know what you think! Trust me those two make a difference!

Now for the recipe! It's super easy and not super sweet, so if your someone who likes the occasional dessert but not a super sweet one this one is for YOU!


Banana Bread Tiramisu


1 banana bread loaf

1 cup black coffee, room temperature

1 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream

1/4 cup sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

1/4 cup cocoa powder

2 teaspoons ground cinnamon


  1. In a medium bowl, combine heavy cream, sugar, vanilla extract and vanilla bean paste. Whip on low speed and gradually increase the speed until you begin to see stiff peaks, about 5 minutes. Remove and set aside.

  2. Slice the banana bread loaf into 1/2 inch slices.

  3. In a 8x8 inch baking dish, fit and lay slices directly into the dish, fitting it so that there are no open gaps or holes.

  4. Dab generous amount of the black coffee on top of the slices, enough so it absorbs the liquid fully.

  5. Spread evenly half of the whipped cream over the drenched slices.

  6. Repeat Steps 1-5 once more.

  7. Combine the cinnamon and cocoa powder in a small bowl. Using a fine mesh strainer, sprinkle an even layer over the whipped cream. Be sure to fully cover the top, leaving zero whipped cream visible.

  8. Serve and Enjoy!

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Stacy Sprouse
Stacy Sprouse
Jun 20, 2022

Sounds so yummy!

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