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The taste of Paksong. Time for a dessert recipe! Banoffee!

Banana and toffee is a wonderful combination and the banoffee dessert is one we served for a long, long time already. Many recipes will give you banoffee as a kind of cake, but we prefer to make them in a glass or small bowl.


The Banoffee Paksong recipe!

Fresh bananas from our own garden
Of course we pick our own fresh bananas from the organic garden!


  • 2 big, ripe bananas, in slices

  • 10 teaspoons of crushed unsalted peanuts

  • Cookie crumbs

  • Condensed milk (we use non Dairy)


  • 8 glasses or small bowls

  • Mortar and pestle

  • A pan for making the toffee

  • A wooden spoon


  • Pour the milk into pan

  • Put on a medium low heat

  • Stir, stir, stir and keep stirring for approx. 15-20 minutes (If you do not stir the milk will burn and your sauce will be ruined)

  • The sauce will thicken and discolor to a beige color when done

  • Take out and stir

  • Place back and heat for 1 minute more


  • Make sure your jars or bowls are clean

  • Cut the bananas in thin slices

  • Crush the peanuts, using the mortar and pestle

  • Crush you cookies (any cookie can do, but vanilla butter cookies are best)

  • Scoop a spoonful of cookie crumbs on the bottom of the jars.

  • Pound them a bit to make a nice firm layer.

  • Add a teaspoon of crunched peanuts

  • Add a thick layer of sliced bananas (almost to ¾ of the glass)

  • Add another spoonful of cookie crumbs on top.

  • Spoon the condensed milk toffee mass over the cookies

  • Wait until the toffee cools down a bit and add some more toffee

  • Sprinkle some peanuts on top

And if you like to check what our guests and visitors say about the desserts, meals, cooking lessons, Eco-logic in general, check it out here on Tripadvisor.


We have a wonderful arrangement for you, we named it: THE TASTE OF PAKSONG; a combination of wonderful food, cooking lessons, yoga and exploring the area, markets and Thai culture..

Come, taste, make and enjoy the taste of Thailand in Paksong!

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