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Banana Cream Horns

Mother’s Day is this Sunday! Are you ready for some delicious Mother’s Day Desserts? I hope so! I’m kicking off a whole week of yummy, ooey-gooey, can’t live without desserts with these Banana Cream Horns.

You all know I love impressive but easy, right? These little beauties took about 15 minutes to whip up! The filling is Banana Cream Pudding with fresh bananas chopped up and mixed in, and the horns are made with Puff Pastry.

Bananas are one of those perfect fruits! They can be added to a shake or smoothie, baked in a cupcake, sliced on cereal, dipped in chocolate and even eaten on the go! We usually get a couple bunches each week, and they are gone so fast, there isn’t any left to make bread.

Walmart has them right now for only 38 cents per pound…gotta love that!

I used a new technique with these Banana Cream Horns, using Puff Pastry and a horn mold.

You can find Puff Pastry in the freezer section or certainly make your own. I just bought some already made.

  1. Thaw the Puff Pastry, but not totally, it’s easier to work with when it’s cold. Lay it out on the counter, using a pizza cutter, cut 1 1/2 inch wide strips. Then starting at the narrow tip, seal the Puff Pastry around the tip.
  2. Begin wrapping the strip around the horn
  3. Overlapping slightly
  4. Continue wrapping until you get to the top, seal the edge together and place seam side down on a greased cookie sheet. Bake for about 10 minutes or until golden brown.

Banana Cream Horns

Rating: 41

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 12-14 horns from 1 box of Puff Pastry

Banana Cream Horns

An easy but impressive dessert. Recipe from HoosierHomemade.com

Ingredients

  • 1 small box instant Banana Cream Pudding
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1 banana, chopped
  • 1 box Puff Pastry
  • Cool Whip & Powdered Sugar {optional}

Instructions

  1. Make horns with Puff Pastry {directions in post}
  2. While the horns are baking, combine pudding and milk and place in fridge to set for 5 minutes
  3. Chop banana and add to pudding
  4. After the horns are cooled, fill each with a spoonful of pudding
  5. Dust with powdered sugar and serve with Cool Whip if desired

Notes

Liz says...loved the Banana Cream filling, next time I think I'll add a chocolate mousse.

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Comments

  1. Judi says:

    The Banana Cream Horns look so yummy, I really want to make them. Can someone tell me where I would buy the horns? I can say that I have ever seen them around. I live in Canada.
    Thanks.

    • CupcakeLady says:

      Hi Judi,
      I’m not sure about Canada, but around here you can purchase the horns at most department stores that have baking supplies, or I have a link to Amazon in the post.
      Happy Baking!
      ~Liz

  2. Gigi Cuccaro says:

    These look great!!! I would love to make these for my dad for Father’s Day. I bet coconu cream or Nutella mousse would be delish. Where did you purchase the stainless steel horns?

    • CupcakeLady says:

      Hi Gigi,
      You can purchase the horns at most department stores that have baking supplies, or I have a link to Amazon in the post.
      Happy Baking!
      ~Liz

  3. Lori Thomas says:

    Yummy, and look sooo easy to make. Am gonna give it a try! Thx 4 sharing.
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