I have been creating molecular recipes the last few days to enter in the dessert contest. I decided to make a banana spilt and it turned out really well! Some molecular dishes don't have a lot of flavor and kind of a weird texture but this was delicious! This was my first time attempting  spherification. The first time I try any molecular thing something always goes wrong. This time it wasn't that bad except I had a problem getting the chocolate spheres to turn out right but eventually I got them to the point were the were just about right. I hope everybody enjoys this instructable on how to make a molecular banana split! If you like this instructable please vote for me in the dessert contest!

Step 1: Ingredients and Materials

Heavy whipping cream
Vanilla extract
Chocolate ice cream
Sodium Alginate
Calcium Lactate

Immersion blender
2 containers full of water
Blow torch
This is so awesome. I've totally wanted to try out molecular gastronomy. Now I just need a blowtorch.
Molecular gastronomy is super fun and a blowtorch is a must!
This looks beautiful and delicious!
Thank you! :)
wow,awesome. now i need to get a blow torch.
Yes you do! Everybody needs a blowtorch! Lol but it does make cooking a lot more fun.
How cool is this? Thanks for sharing.
Delicious! I've never seen a molecular banana split before; it looks amazing!
Thanks! I was talking to some friends about the dessert contest and someone mentioned banana split. My molecular gastronomy kit arrived the next day and I new I had to attempt to make a molecular banana split. It turned out really well and is by far the best tasting molecular dessert I have made!
It looks delicious!!!!!! <br />
Thank you!
Any dessert that uses a blowtorch is a good desert. :D
I agree! It makes everything so much more fun!

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