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*Banoffi Pie*

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  • 250g digestive biscuits
  • 125g butter for filling
  • 175g butter
  • 175g sugar
  • 400g condensed milk
  • 2 bananas
  • 150ml whipping cream
  • chocolate flake bar


Crush biscuits in a bag.

Melt butter in a saucepan stir in crumbs. Press mix over a base of an 8 inch deep thingy. Put in a fridge for an hour.

Filling:Put the butter and sugar in a pan over a low heat. Once the butter has melted stir in the condensed milk adn bring to the boil. Turn the heat down and simmer for 5 mins, stiring all the time til it goes a caramel colour.

Pout into the base and chill for an hour.

Cover with a layer of banana slices then a layer of cream.

Add more banana slices on top and spinkle chocolate!


  • Sarah 7 years ago

    How much of the butter do you use for the base ? And how much for the filling?

  • me 8 years ago

    never made this sounds way too complicated. kthanksbye.

  • gcse student 8 years ago

    hey used this recipe for ict needed a fruit based desert made it aswell it was great!!! hope you dont mind!!!!! :)

  • whteva 8 years ago

    made ths 2day and it cme out good

  • rob kenwright 9 years ago

    just making this one as we speak so il let you know of the end product ;)

  • kay 9 years ago

    if you add some coffee dissolved in a little water to the cream you get the banoffee name sprinkle some coffee over top

  • OMG! 9 years ago

    this recipe made me want to vommm all over my friend's face. it was mingin and only worthy of giving to a person whom you hate

  • KrAzzy cake luuuver 9 years ago

    WOWZA! how many weeks will it take me to grow a banana tree in my allotment? i am desperate for my bananas!!! but nice recipe ne way!! LOL!

  • Bannana hater 9 years ago

    I hate bannanas

  • sue 9 years ago

    i love abigails recipe for this if you go down on the comments it should be there.

  • not my name 9 years ago

    can you tell me if its easy

  • (: 10 years ago

    i did it! it was gooddddddddd

  • Iss` 10 years ago

    Didnt like the first day, but after it sat for a while it was amazing! made it last week, and going to make it again tonight!!

  • sophie 10 years ago

    abigail your recipes is the best

  • tammy 10 years ago

    tried abigails recipe and it was amazing and simple

  • abigail 10 years ago

    # 1 400g tin of condensed milk
    # 3 large bananas
    # 1 pack of chocolate hob-nobs
    # 300 ml whipping cream
    # 50 g dark chocolate
    # 3 tbsp of butter, melted
    # 1 large saucepan with lid
    # 1 large zip lock bag
    # 1 rolling pin
    # 1 grater
    # 1 9 inch, spring-form cake tin
    # 1 spatula
    # 1 spoon
    # 1 small bowl
    # 1 medium bowl
    # 1 electric mixer
    # 1 knife
    # 1 chopping board
    Fill a saucepan three-quarters of the way with water and place it over a high heat. Once the water boils, put in the can of condensed milk and cover the pan with a lid. Leave it to boil for 2 hours during which time the milk will caramelize.
    After 2 hours, carefully remove the tin from the water and leave it to cool.
    Step 3:
    Prepare the biscuit base
    Put the biscuits into the zip lock bag, push them into the middle, releasing any air, and seal the bag up. Using the rolling pin, bash the biscuits until finely crushed. Transfer them into the small bowl, pour over the melted butter and stir well.
    Step 4:
    Transfer to cake tin and refrigerate
    Pour the crushed biscuit into the cake tin and using a spoon, press it down to create an even base. Put the tin in the fridge and chill for 15 minutes.
    Step 5:
    Prepare the bananas
    Peel the bananas, and chop them into thin slices.
    Step 6:
    Add the bananas and toffee topping
    Put the banana slices on top of the biscuit and flatten them out. Open the tin of condensed milk, pour it over the top of the bananas and spread it over evenly.
    Step 7:
    Put the pie into the fridge and leave for 20 minutes.
    Step 8:
    Whip the cream
    Pour the cream into the large bowl and using the electric whisk, whip until stiff.
    Step 9:
    Top the banoffee pie with cream
    Take the pie out of the fridge, spoon the whipped cream over the top and smooth out evenly.
    Step 10:
    Refrigerate again
    Put the banoffee pie back into the fridge and leave to chill for a further 20 minutes.
    Step 11:
    Add chocolate and remove from tin
    Take the banoffee pie out of the fridge and finely grate the chocolate over the top. Open the seal of the cake tin, run a knife around the inside and finally, remove the tin completely.
    see video on video jug

  • maddi 10 years ago

    why not use a can of caramel condensed milk - saves a lot of bother! Do the biscuit/butter base bit - put the opened can of caramel milk in a basin of hot water (to soften) - slice bananas - carry on as above!!

  • neha - kayley 10 years ago

    yummy food.:)

  • lily 10 years ago

    How many people does this feed, as it asounds greaaaaaaaaaat!! :)

  • Beth 10 years ago

    how many people does it feed?? x

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