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Wild Thyme - Breakfast Banana Split 4-25-18

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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7349234?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 25 Apr 2018 16:40:19 +0000 Wild Thyme - Breakfast Banana Split 4-25-18 Wild Thyme - Breakfast Banana Split 4-25-18 http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7349234?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WTVQ Lexington, KY c1 3 bath, where you will always cook in style. speaker 2: welcome back to midday kentucky. we are in the kitchen right here at creative kitchen & bath with miss alison davis, chef extraordinaire. allison davis: she's got to quit with that. speaker 2: no, i can't. i can't quite quit. allison davis: okay. so i haven't told her what we're making. speaker 2: she won't tell me. allison davis: i'm trying to let her guess and see what she thinks we're doing. but it's a lot of your favorite foods. speaker 2: it is. chocolate, yogurt. i'm seeing bananas. i want to say, it's like a parfait. it's got to be some sort of a parfait. allison davis: similar to a parfait. speaker 2: okay. allison davis: but, we're calling this a breakfast banana split. speaker 2: nice. allison davis: right? speaker 2: yeah. allison davis: so, basically, this is a way to kind of get the kids having fun. this would be to me, maybe a saturday morning breakfast. speaker 2: okay. allison davis: because, i definitely have brought some more sugar and sweets into the picture. but you can definitely make it a little bit healthier. so we're going to just start to assemble our banana splits. speaker 2: okay. allison davis: and i'm going to have you kind of work on one, as well. speaker 2: all right. allison davis: and then i'm going to talk about the different toppings that i have. definitely have some greek yogurt. speaker 2: okay. allison davis: that we're going to put on top. this is just a vanilla greek yogurt. you could also go with a ricotta cheese, or maybe even like mascarpone cheese, or something like that. speaker 2: yeah. allison davis: one of those really nice decadent cheeses. not something that's super salty. speaker 2: okay. allison davis: so we can kind of go and top our banana split, if you want to add that. i've got a couple of other toppings. you could go with say some nutella, if we wanted a little of that chocolate hazelnut spray. speaker 2: yeah. why not? allison davis: right? okay. so a little chocolate action for me. speaker 2: oh, yum. allison davis: then i also had, if some people ... i'm a big fan. this is like my dad's favorite sandwich ever, but peanut butter and banana. speaker 2: yes. allison davis: so, you may want to add a little peanut butter, a little protein in there. speaker 2: i'll do it. allison davis: a couple of dressings or sauces, instead of like the traditional caramel or chocolate sauce. speaker 2: yeah. allison davis: we could go with honey or maple syrup. for me, i'm probably going to go with maple syrup. speaker 2: i like maple syrup too. allison davis: yeah. and we always talk about this, but we always try to go with that 100% grade a. speaker 2: yes. allison davis: i picked this one up and it even says, "robust maple flavor." speaker 2: very nice. allison davis: but always try to get 100%. speaker 2: yeah. allison davis: there's no added high fructose corn syrup. speaker 2: yeah. allison davis: so it's plant-based as well. speaker 2: nothing aunt jemima's or anything like that, right? allison davis: so, already we're starting to look good there, right? speaker 2: ah, it looks delicious. allison davis: so a little maple syrup on yours. and then, our toppings, right? we've got some fruit. i'm going to go with a little bit of blueberries. and, let's see, there's some strawberries, if you wanted to cut those up. speaker 2: oh, yeah. let's do the strawberries. allison davis: and we also have some fun little cherries. these are the maraschino cherries. but certain times of the year, you can get the nice fresh cherries. i also have dates. dates are a good source of carbs and a natural sweetener. so, if you didn't want to go with the honey or maple syrup, but maybe you wanted to chop some dates up, that would bring a sweetness to it. speaker 2: nice. allison davis: some chopped nuts, or granola would be great. definitely, for the kids in the morning, if you wanted to throw that granola in there and bring a nice little bit of a crunch. speaker 2: you know, you keep saying the kids, but really, i'm thinking all about me. yeah. allison davis: and then i've got a couple of toppings that might be a little ... like in more saturday morning friendly, heath toffee bits, or some chocolate chips. speaker 2: oh, i love it. love it in ice cream. allison davis: i'm probably going to ... yeah. like it gives the perfect crunch, right? speaker 2: yes. like, i can't eat a whole heath bar. it's like too much. it's too ... allison davis: so, i'm going to go with a little bit of that heath toffee action. speaker 2: this is like perfect. allison davis: i even picked up some dried cranberries. so really, this is like ... get in your pantry, see what would be fun. get the kids going. speaker 2: chocolate chips? allison davis: yeah. and then you can just have like a fun sunday bar for breakfast. speaker 2: uh-huh. allison davis: right? speaker 2: yes. i love it. allison davis: the other one that you could do instead of the yogurt, you can sometimes get the frozen yogurt. speaker 2: yeah. allison davis: and so, that would even be like adding like a scoop of ice cream onto the banana. speaker 2: is this really breakfast? i mean, really. allison davis: hey, i mean, i would put all of that in a smoothie for sure. speaker 2: absolutely. absolutely. allison davis: i just think this is kind of fun and, hopefully, something that everybody will enjoy at home. speaker 2: absolutely. well, for this recipe and many other recipes, head over to our website at wtvq.com/middaykentu cky. you'll find it under the recipes tab. or, you can head over to miss allison's website at .... allison davis: .... wildtimecooking.com. you can find me on instagram at chef allison davis. and i guess, we'll be right back. speaker 2: yes, we will, after this short break. speaker 1: today's cooking segment was brought to you by creative kitchen





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