If you’re afraid of souffles don’t be. Just be gentle and fearless. This one took less than 30 minutes to prepare and that’s with 15 minutes of bake time. The flavor is like the most delicate banana bread with the texture of a warm cloud. Add a scoop of dark chocolate ice cream for a warm/cold rich dessert dream.
While the ice cream is insanely rich the souffle is light…and nearly fat free. So if you skip the ice cream the souffle is a relatively guilt free dessert.
Sorry to be lazy but both of these recipes were developed by noted chefs and I didn’t make any significant changes so ill refer you elsewhere for the recipes. The ice cream is from my favorite book: David Leibovitz’s Perfect Scoop. If you don’t own it… Get it! The souffle is an Eric Ripert recipe available through the following link: http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/banana-souffles
Put em together and your mind will be blown (also since the ice cream calls for egg yolks and the souffle calls for whites they’re a good balance in that respect too).