I bring you a breakfast of Gods, sweet and most delicious... And very easy to prepare! At home they will make you wave, while asking for one more. It is a toast with salted caramel and banana, a winning combination in itself, which we complement with some more ingredients to make it more attractive to the eye and the sweetest and most delicious in each bite.

Take note! It is a sweet recipe very full of energy thanks to the banana, honey and nuts, without added sugars beyond the salted caramel or chocolate with which you will spread the slice and what you can control.


  • Bread to taste (round wheat, spelled, wholemeal, seed...), 500 gr or 1Kg, to preference of each one.
  • Tiptree Salted Caramel
  • Banana at its point, something ripe
  • pecan nuts
  • laminated coconut
  • smooth honey


  1. Cut the bread into slices and toast it .
  2. Spread toast with salted caramel .
  3. Cut the banana into slices or discs and place it on top of the caramel, covering the bread.
  4. Coarsely chop the walnuts, and spread them over the banana.
  5. Spread the coconut in slices (amount to taste), or failing that, sliced ​​toasted almonds.
  6. Pour honey on top, helping the ingredients adhere to the toast and adding its nuances.
  7. To enjoy!

Toast with banana and salted caramel


  • I love toasted bread, but if you have good country bread and you don't want to toast it, it will be great too soft.
  • Pecans are softer and butterier, but you can use California nuts if you prefer.
  • Instead of salted caramel, you can spread the toast with melted chocolate, hazelnut butter, or peanut butter. Personally, I prefer salted caramel or chocolate, they go down well with bananas.
  • To decorate, you can use coconut flakes, or replace it with hazelnuts or sliced ​​almonds. They combine perfectly with banana and honey, and add the final touch to the dish.
  • By personal preference I apply a soft honey, normally rosemary or a thousand flowers, or alternatively, agave syrup; but in this recipe, if you like strong flavors, an orange or chestnut honey will be great too.
  • It is important to serve it after preparing it, or the plantain will darken and lose its charm.
  • If you don't want to use honey, but are in the mood for a sweet and delicious breakfast, you can use caramelized walnuts. It is a great option and each "crunch" tastes like a breakfast of champions. You can see how to make caramelized pecans in this post .

Thanks to Nicola Barts for her lovely photos.

Claudia Ferrer

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