Coconut Banoffee Tart
Indulge your customers with this delicious Coconut Banoffee tart that’s easy to make! Prepared with almond flour, the tart is laden with layers of freshly sliced bananas, dulce de leche (made with Nestlé MILKMAID), and whipped coconut cream. Garnish with dry sliced coconut, chocolate flakes, and gold warq. Serve chilled.
- Chilled unsalted butter cubes120 g
- Icing sugar95 g
- Flour240 g
- Almond powder35 g
- Milk50 ml
- Lemon zest1 Piece
- Sliced fresh bananas4 Pieces
- Prepared dulce de leche from Nestlé MILKMAID®400 g
- MAGGI® coconut milk powder50 g
- Sweetened whipped cream300 g
- Dry sliced coconut (garnish)a few pieces
- Chocolate flakes (garnish)a few pieces
- Gold warqoptional
Prepare Coconut Banoffee Tart
- Step 1
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees celsius.
- Step 2
For the tart base, sieve the flour, almond powder, icing sugar, and salt. Rub the butter along with the ingredients until it resembles fresh breadcrumbs.
- Step 3
Add the lemon zest and milk. Mix well making sure not to over-mix the dough.
- Step 4
Wrap the dough in a cling wrap and chill for 30-40 minutes.
- Step 5
Roll out the chilled pastry onto a 4-5” tart base, line a cling wrap over the tart shell, and blind bake for 15 minutes with baking beans.
- Step 6
Remove the cling wrap & the beans and return to baking for another 10-15 minutes until crisp and golden in colour. Leave to cool.
- Step 7
Spread half the Nestlé MILKMAID® condensed milk prepared dulce de leche on the baked tart shell and layer the sliced bananas on top. Cover the bananas with the rest of the dulce de leche and dust with some cinnamon powder.
- Step 8
Add MAGGI® Coconut milk powder to the whipped cream and pipe roundel over the tart.
Garnish with dry coconut slices, chocolate flakes, and gold warq. Serve chilled.
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