Ok, I'm going to cheat and answer my own question first. I'm sick at home with a sinus infection so I have the Food Network on. I just saw whoever it is that makes things with 5 ingredients or less (I don't watch all the time), but she had a really great idea for a dessert. It's too bad I can't eat it- I'm allergic to one of the ingredients. (so I reserve the right to post another one or two later on [you can do this too!])
Dried Banana Chips with Peanut Butter and Chocolate Syrup
I think the ingredients are pretty self-explanatory. Most likely unless you have a food dehydrator (I used to), you'd buy your banana chips in a health food store (because you wouldn't want them to be preserved with sulfates/sulfites [especially if you're asthmatic]). But seriously, while I'm not a wheatgrass chugging vegan, you really want to avoid unnecessary chemicals in your food when you can. I'd also recommend a good quality organic peanut butter-maybe a crunchy kind for this, if you like that (it's a personal preference), and for syrup, maybe either Ahlaska or good ol' Hershey's.
Put the banana chips on a plate. Smear the peanut butter as thinly or thickly as desired and then take a butter knife or a spoon and either smear or drizzle the chocolate syrup to give just a taste of chocolate to contrast with your peanut butter. These were meant to be eaten open face, but I guess if you want to make a sandwich and put another banana slice on top, I'm not going to be looking over your shoulder. Like I said, I can't eat them anyway-I'm allergic to bananas...;)
Refrigerate for 2-3 hours. I know you'll taste the first one you make anyway. Hope you enjoy. t least I may have done something productive while I'm sick in bed. Maybe there'll be a recipe I can actually eat coming up...;)