Fried Nutella-Banana Croissant? Yes, Fried Nutella-Banana Croissant

They can be in your belly in under 5 minutes.
Fried Nutella-Banana Croissant? Yes, Fried Nutella-Banana Croissant

In the world of cooking, there is one golden rule: if you fry it, it automatically becomes better. Doesn't matter what it is, deep frying it will make it look better, smell better and most importantly taste better. Even the name sounds better, think about something awesome and add "fried" in front of it ... Chicken - Fried Chicken, Ninja - Fried Ninja, Beer - Fried Beer. See? Better!

So when the food item in question is a Nutella Banana Croissant, it's almost an overload of delicious sounds when you add the word "fried" in front of it. But f-ck it. Here it is anyways, the Fried Nutella Banana Croissant by heatherchristo

The best part is, they take about 5 minutes to make so start heating up that skillet and let's get started.

You'll need:

  • 6 croissants
  • 12 tbsp nutella
  • 2 bananas (sliced)
  • 3 tbsp butter
  • pinch of salt

Directions:

  1. Cut the croissants in half and cover the bottom half with Nutella.
  2. Add the banana slices.
  3. Melt the butter in a pan over medium heat and add the salt.
  4. Put the croissants in the pan until it gets crispy then flip it, squish it down and let it fry a little longer.

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