After tweaking a crepe recipe I came up with this incredibly delicious version of chocolate crepe batter with bananas and chocolate sauce! A very big hit with my sweet tooth friends!
I made the batter and the sauce before dinner, then cooked the crepes later but didn't reheat the sauce, didn't need to. The crepes were lovely and chocolatey and with the Bananas warmed in Frangelico & Cream took it to the next level, and that sauce (I made it with Dark Chocolate instead) this is a wicked, wicked dish! This one is staying in my favourites! - 26 Oct 2010
Used different ingredients. For the sauce I replaced the Butter, Cocoa and Icing Sugar with 6 pieces of Dark Chocolate (I have a thing for Dark Chocolate). So only three ingredients for the sauce, Dark Chocolate, Frangelico & Milk (you could also use Cream). I also took the dish to the next level by gently heating 1 Tbsp Frangelico and 150ml of cream in a frypan and tossing the chopped Banana around in the cream just long enough to warm it up. Loved by adults and kids alike! If you don't have Frangelico, Grand Marnier would work beautifully as well! - 26 Oct 2010
These tasted good and were liked by the family but they were difficult in the pan. I make plain crepes VERY OFTEN and they are easy to flip and slide out of the pan...not so with these. Since the family liked them and wanted them again I used my plain crepe recipe and added a bit more milk and cocoa powder to that one and they were much nicer. - 27 Sep 2009 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)