My chef son makes ROADKILL

We have a raw food diva, Stacy Stowers, coming to stay with us soon and my son can hardly wait. One of the dishes she is famous for is her dessert STACY’S ROADKILL. Well… all it took was the name and my son JUST HAD TO get in the kitchen and make it. Here are his step by step photos. A super easy and fast recipe. THe hardest part is waiting for the bananas to freeze.

Spread plastic wrap out on a flat surface. Peel 2 very ripe bananas and put them on the plastic wrap. Fold the wrap over and smash away. (This was his favorite part)
Stacy says to smash it good so it looks like it got ran over by a big truck. She also remind the kiddos to look both ways before crossing the street.
Then, shape it into a big flat cookie.

Open the plastic wrap and sprinkle on cinnamon.

Throw on your walnuts and pretend like it is gravel. You’ll want this gravel in every bite. Smash it into the bananas just like a big truck would have pounded it in.

My son added blood to the recipe. He used freshly pureed strawberries but goji berries would also work great!
The original recipe calls for cocao nibs and honey but we used what we had and made a syrup using cacao powder and raw honey.

Next, he transferred it to parchment paper and flattened it all out. Then we put it in the freezer for what seemed like an eternity – maybe an hour.

FINALLY, fresh out of the freezer. I think he checked on it 5,000 times.

Break it apart on the plate, serve immediately and enjoy.
This dish is very hard to share so I’d recommend making your
own portion to eat with your kids.
It has a fabulous banana spilt taste when you use strawberries.

As you can see in these photos – clothing is optional for making it =)


  1. easy recipe says:

    It looks amazing.

  2. ItVeganAtGenesis says:

    Thanks for sharing, cool recipe!

  3. Kristen Taylor says:

    So glad you enjoyed, love. Thanks for posting on the site. It's gotten a ton of buzz on Facebook/email but I think my Blogsite was feeling left out.

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