i am making dessert for anniversary dinner

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    scenario:

    i got all the items i needed to make dessert...he ate two of the key items today while i was at work....so now i have to wing it....

    i have angel food cake, one banana, strawberries...toll house mini morsels....i am thinking of just tossing it all together
     
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    Melt the toll house mini morsels and dip the straw berries and chunks of banana in them...

    Or FONDUE! If you have a fondue pot, make chocolate fondue sauce and then cut up the cake and banana into bite sized pieces, and core the strawberries.
     
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    Slice the banana and strawberries on top of a slice of cake. Melt the chocolate and drizzle - ok pour - over each slice. Eat.
     
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    I am assuming staples:

    Slowly melt the chocolate with a tablespoon or so of butter. Heat a bit of milk in a separate pan..and add a bit to the chocolate mix to make a sauce.

    slice the angle food cake and brush with melted butter. Dust with sugar and fry in a pan light light golden

    thinly slice the strawberries and arrange on top of the toasted cake. Drizzle with the sauce.



    oh and kill the one who ate the ingredients! :lol:
     
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    Happy Anniversary!


    What did he eat?
     
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    The whipped creme. ;) :eusa_shhh:
     
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    damn maddie...fried angel food cake...honey hush.....you can be my bff

    i will try that....

    he ate most of the chocolate melting chips......and all but one banana
     
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    no i dont have any whipped cream....
     
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    That's cause he ate it.

    Later on tonight will just not be the same. heh
     
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    hush girl hush lol
     
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