This may look like I topped a bagel with baby food, but looks aside, this sandwich is delicious. The mashed banana is mixed with shredded coconut, maple syrup and cinnamon. I served it with apple slices which came in handy to scoop up the mash that fell out of the bagels.
I'm just going to get down to the nitty gritty, this dessert was so good I made it twice in the same week. Both times I served it to company. The second time I made it, I accidentally browned the butter in the initial stage, I discarded it and added new butter which was a bit brown from the remnants of my mistake, but it still turned out really good.
This has all the makings of an apple pie (crust less, obviously) but it only takes about 10 minutes from start to finish to prepare.
The type of ice cream for a la mode part is important. If you are going to use vanilla ice cream, find the vanilla ice cream with flecks of real vanilla bean in it. If it doesn't have the vanilla bean in it, you are purchasing an inferior product.
This is one of the easiest pasta dishes I have ever made. The dish is one of those that takes no effort or time, but the results are impressive. The most time consuming part of this was slicing up leeks, and since leeks cooking in butter is the greatest smell ever, it's well worth it.