Easy banana desserts for two -- either frozen or heated
I've heard of using pureed banana in making ice cream, to take the place of some or all of the dairy.
Cheesecake17's suggestion is a simplified Bananas Foster. You could add spice (e.g. cinnamon) and booze (rum or banana liqueur), cooking, or flaming, in a nonstick pan until reduced. Then pour over vanilla ice cream.
Growing up, breakfast sometimes included sliced banana in a bowl, with orange or pineapple-orange juice poured over it.
Coconut Bananas - slice in half lengthwise, lay on a baking sheet, dot with butter, drizzle with orange juice, then sprinkle with brown sugar and coconut, then bake til coconut is golden
Roast bananas on a baking sheet at 375 til golden and caramelized. Make a custard (feel free to use Bird's) and add in some banana liquor and hazelnut liquor. Layer ladyfingers, sprinkle with cinnamon sugar, layer bananas, custard, repeat til you reach the top. Feel free to sprinkle with nuts and whipped cream. Let soak together.
Make a basic pancake batter, then heat butter in a pan, and brown some sliced (coins) bananas with brown sugar. Clump the bananas together and pour batter over each clump. Allow to solidify then flip.
Bananas Foster is pretty simple. or just grill or broil and drizzle with caramel or chocolate sauce...or both! you can also use them in a crepe filling - for an even easier option, use tortillas instead of crepes: spread with ricotta or low-fat cream cheese, cover with banana slices, drizzle with honey or sprinkle with brown sugar, fold up like a burrito or crepe, and saute in a pan for a few minutes on each side (or heat in a toaster oven) until warmed through. top with caramel or chocolate sauce. you can also spread a little nutella or peanut butter inside if you want something a little more decadent.