Banana Cream Pie With Chocolate

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 40 mins

My kids used to call this Naner Pie when they were little.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees .
  2. Put the pie shell on a cookie sheet and scatter the chocolate in the shell.
  3. To make the custard, mix together the eggs, sugar, cream, and vanilla .
  4. Pour into the pastry shell and carefully put it in the oven .
  5. Bake until the custard is nearly set in the middle, about 40 minutes .
  6. Let the custard cool, then cover and chill .
  7. Right before serving, peel and slice the bananas, and toss them with the orange juice and chocolate liqueur .
  8. Spread the slices on the custard .
  9. Whip the heavy cream, sweeten it with confectioner's sugar, and flavor with vanilla .
  10. Spread the cream over the bananas, dust with .
  11. nutmeg, and chill until serving time .
  12. Don't let the completed pie wait long .
Most Helpful

What a yummy pie!! This was my first time making "real" banana cream pie. Previously had only tried the pudding/cool whip kind. This was so easy and sooo tasty! I loved the bittersweet chocolate in there, really makes this a stand-out.

taraluvsspicy82 September 05, 2012

DELICIOUS!!! I left the nuts out too as I don't care for them. This was a hit at my Uncle's Birthday party!!! Simply delectable!!!

Canadiannie1970 October 17, 2007

Unfortunately I didn't follow the directions . . . baked the pie crust before looking at the recipe, so I had to do some adjusting. Made the custard on top of the stove . . . doing it this way I did have to add a little corn starch, but it worked out. Since I'd already baked the pie shell decided to make a chocolate ganache to put on the bottom. Melted the chocolate in the microwave with a couple tablespoons of cream, then spread on the bottom of the prebaked crust. From there I followed the recipe and it was excellent! Thanks for another great recipe Mirj.

Galley Wench August 28, 2007