So my dad and I were talking the other day about making 'ordinary' lasagna and suddenly started brainstorming about a sweet version. Sort of like a trifle with a twist.
We haven't tried it out yet, but here's what we came up with:
What you need (approx. 8 servings):
1 loaf cake (homemade or store-bought)
a few bananas, thinly sliced.
chocolate mousse (homemade or store-bought)
rum (or flavouring if you don't want to use the real thing)
whipped cream, to serve
Line a loaf tin (the same size as your cake) with cling film. Cut the cake in thin slices, lengthwise. Put one slice at the bottom a the loaf tin and sprinkle with some rum. Spread a layer of chocolate mousse evenly on top and layer with banana. Repeat a few times, ending with a layer of cake.
Keep in the fridge for a little while to set. Turn the cake tin on a serving dish and remove the cling film. cover the top with whipped cream and cut in slices to serve.
Don't know about you, but it sounds yummy to me!