Skillet Bananas Foster Crumb Cake | A delicious sour cream cake with a layer of bananas cooked in a caramel, rum sauce, a topping of brown sugar, cinnamon and pecans and an incredible rum sauce served on the side to make this Skillet Bananas Foster Crumb Cake a dessert to make any baker proud to serve!
This wonderful cake can also be served as a breakfast cake. Perfect for a Sunday or holiday brunch. Leave the sauce off the cake and bake it the day before. This cake is just as good the day after. Serve the rum sauce on the side and let the guests serve themselves.
If you’ve never had a bananas foster dessert before, here is a little info on what you can expect. A sauce made from butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and rum. This bananas foster recipe doesn’t have cinnamon in the cake but it does have all the other yummy ingredients and cinnamon in the crumb topping!
This cake is kids safe. Even though there is rum in the cake and sauce the alcohol is cooked off in the both the banana filling and the sauce. Bananas Foster is usually served over a bowl of vanilla ice cream. For this Skillet Bananas Foster Crumb Cake recipe the bananas are layered between moist cake. A new way to enjoy a classic dessert! When a New Orleans classic meets Southern!
Bring out your cast iron skillet to make this Bananas Foster Crumb Cake! I love baking in a cast iron skillet. Here are some of my favorite cast iron skillet recipes. MEXICAN CHOCOLATE BLACK FOREST CAKE, BREAKFAST SKILLET PEAR CRUMBLE, BROWN BUTTER CINNAMON ROLLS.
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This recipe was inspired from the Taste of the South Pecan Everything Magazine.