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I miss read and ended up layering the filling and the bananas twice. Then topped it with cool whip and a sprinkling of nutmeg. Yummy! Incidently by double layering there was lots of banana flavor through out the pie. Delish!!

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Spammers October 15, 2008

Easy to make and taste great! Topped it with "Never Weep" Whipped Cream "Never Weep" Whipped Cream and used banana cream pudding dry mix in the topping for extra flavor. Thanks for sharing!

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Jessica Hoylman September 28, 2008

I don't rate recipes much but this is wonderful!! The pudding part is delicious and the pie was even better. My husband LOVED it. Thank you so much!

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jwetshtein February 14, 2009

YUM YUM YUM!!!!! I chose this recipe specifically because it had sweetened condensed milk in it. I've never made a cream pie with it before, always just used sugar and milk. The texture was fabulous and the taste incredible. It thickened up BEAUTIFULLY, even though I scribbled the directions quickly and couldn't read my own writing and used 2 egg yolks instead of 3. I put it in a graham cracker pie crust and topped it with Wilton Stabilized Whipped Cream. It reminded me VERY much of Johnny Ray's pie in Alabama. DH said it needed more banana flavor (he's a yankee, and in the south we only have banana flavor by the addition of the bananas) so next time I might use a combination of vanilla extract and banana extract. I LOVE the taste and texture of the filling, and might also use it for coconut cream pie, or add cocoa for chocolate pie. Thanks so much for posting!

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ColCadsMom October 11, 2007

This was great! I also used whipping cream on top. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to bake it after anyways ... I figured only if you used meringue so I didn't. It was sooo yummy. My family was fighting over the 2 pieces left. Thanks.

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Oster71 April 30, 2006

This was such an easy recipe and quite delicious! I cooked mine in the microwave for 6 minutes, stirring after each 3 minute increment. I guess it would be dependent on your microwave though. Mine came out perfect. This will be my go to recipe for cream pie. I definitely will be experimenting with other flavors such as coconut and chocolate cream pie. Yummo!

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rn4pedi November 27, 2014

This was wonderful to top off our dinner. I subbed the bannanas for coconut. Nummy. My husband said best pie he has had since Grandmas pies..

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petenpete1 November 24, 2014

Excellent the whole family loved it i used a frozen pie crusts and let it thawed then just baked it with the filling in it

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chefboy518 November 29, 2011

This recipe will go into the family favorite recipe book forever! Enough said!

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lwheeler2007_10096537 November 13, 2011

We thought this recipe was OKAY, but the pudding came out awfully thin, and I couldn't even get a slice of pie out without it falling completely apart. I'd also prefer more banana flavoring - next time I may try mushing some banana to add to the pudding mix itself.

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Heidi T. April 05, 2011
Banana Cream Pie