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This would get a 5 star for ease but I thought it was grainy and not a smooth texture like I want in a cream pie. I am going to try it again an use corn starch in place of the flour. I believe that will take care of the graniness.

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Grandma Deb January 01, 2012

Made this last night for dessert and it was not only easy but tasted great. I made the chocolate, I used 1/2 c. of milk chocolate chips and 1/4 c. semi-sweet. Paired with homemade whipped cream flavored with almond. Wonderful! Thanks for posting!

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children from A to Z April 25, 2010

This was so incredibly easy!!! And it was fun. The only change was I made the chocolate with 1cup of choc. chips. It tasted divine. Thank you so much!! We'll be trying the other variations soon.

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Joanne Brance October 20, 2006

Wow, absolutely fabulous and so easy I feel like I'm cheating. What a great way to get my family to eat bananas and milk. This is a keeper and one I rely on many times a year. Thanks!

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jcwchicago December 11, 2008

I made the chocolate and the banana cream and they were both awesome! They went over real well for the holiday!

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BillieJoeUtah November 29, 2008

I made the chocolate pie as a pre-Thanksgiving tester. This will definitely be served!! My 'test subjects' loved it so much more than box pudding chocolate pie! They want to try the banana and coconut cream versions next. Thanks!

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Jaelini November 16, 2008

I love this recipe, it's so easy and tastes great! I made a chocolate banana cream pie. I did only use 1/2 cup of sugar and we all loved it. Thank you!

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Liara February 11, 2007

I loved the easy microwave preparation, resulting in a very tasty vanilla pie filling. I made the banana cream version. To make it a little richer next time, I think I'll use 3 yolks rather than the whole egg. Thanks for sharing a very nice recipe.

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PanNan October 26, 2006

Great recipe. I've been looking for a cream pie filling like this for awhile. The banana cream I made for the 4th of July was beautiful. It was so quick and easy with the microwave directions. The taste was great and the pie was gone before the fireworks even started! Thanks for posting.

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Sookieblu July 05, 2006

Delicious! Used full bag of choc chips, as others suggested - set really well. Creamy. Used regular flour & regular white sugar. It took practice to not overlook it. The first banana cream pie was not as smooth b/c I cooked it till nearly all solid - that was too long. The next one with the choc chips was cooked until some of it was lumpy when stirred, not all of it, and that was the fantastic one! (I think the comments about pies not setting occurred to folks not cooking long enough.$

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Doc Mom November 29, 2013
Cream Pie (Chocolate, Coconut, and Banana Variations)