This recipe came to life after my kids happened to spy an amazing raspberry shortcake in a bakery window. They oohed and aahed over the sticky raspberry filling and the petite chocolate curls, but knew that anything purchased from a bakery wouldn't be safe because of their allergies. So I promised them something even better when we got home. This is what I came up with.
This is an old fashioned recipe made with just a few ingredients: pure milk, flour, sugar, and vanilla, and of course, bananas. Vintage and kitchy, just the way my grandmother made it, before the days of jello and instant pudding.
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