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Barbecook Billy
4 bananas, marshmallows
4 tsp hazelnuts
4 tbsp chocolate in pieces
tinfoil, optional: 1 shot rum

We will be preparing a well-known desert that’s even a classic in a certain sense: stuffed bananas. Not only is it very simple and can be prepared by cooks of all ages; it’s also very versatile.

Some tips:

  • Make sure you have ripe but not overripe bananas of the “flat” variety.
  • Ask your children to help if they want, although dad should cut the bananas open.
  • You can stuff the bananas with all sorts of fillings, like marshmallows, chocolate, “speculaas” paste, peanut butter, nuts, sugar pearls, cookies, rum (for dad), etc.
  • But watch out: you are cooking above an open fire.


  • Make a deep gash in the bananas.
  • Fill with coarsely chopped nuts, chocolate and marshmallows.
  • Transfer to a sheet of tinfoil. Fold into a closed parcel. Optional: dads can add a shot of rum before folding the parcel closed.
  • Fan the fire on your Barbecook Billy.
  • Transfer the bananas to the grill above the fire. Close the Barbecook Billy if possible.
  • Allow to heat for 15 to 20 minutes until the chocolate has melted.
  • Open the parcel. Finish with some cookies, mint, etc. if you want.
  • Enjoy!

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