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Spoil Mom with Easy Banana Bisque on Her Special Day

Local food bloggers share their kid-friendly, no-cook recipe for spoiling Mom on her special day.

I absolutely love being a “Boy Mom,” and would not trade for anything. I have become accustomed to low maintenance haircuts (C’mon Mom, it’s time to GO!), being called “dude,” testosterone-induced horse play and smelly athletic socks, but there are times when a gal needs some frilly, pink indulgences like a relaxing bubble bath, a tiny fuzzy kitten or a gorgeous, fragrant bouquet of star-gazer lilies.

The day after tomorrow represents the one day of the year when we Mom’s get to indulge our girly-sides and enjoy being a bit spoiled by our progeny. With that in mind, here is the perfect kid-friendly, no-cook recipe for spoiling Mom on her special day.

Cold Banana Bisque:
While the term “bisque” commonly refers to smooth, creamy, highly-seasoned soups made of crustaceans, it is also used to describe cream-based soups that do not contain seafood, in which pre-cooked ingredients are pureed.

2 medium bananas, peeled and sliced
1 cup half and half
½ teaspoon sugar
Pinch of cinnamon

Combine peeled and sliced bananas, milk, and light cream and blend them thoroughly in a blender. Add sugar and a dash of cinnamon and blend the mixture again.

Chill the soup until ready to serve and garish with Cinnamon Croutons before surprising Mom with this special treat.

 

Denise and Dom Romeo are local food bloggers who enjoy spending time together doing what they love best: cooking and entertaining! Follow their food adventures on their award winning blog; We Like To Cook! at http://romeocucina.blogspot.com.

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Dara Bowman May 16, 2012 at 12:27 PM
I love this sweet "soup" - so original and creative! I will definitely be trying this out.
Denise & Dom Romeo May 16, 2012 at 12:59 PM
Thanks. We hope you like it.

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