6 Reviews

This was almost to easy to make. The directions did not say whether or not to use cook and serve pudding or instant. I used instant and it turned out great. My husband loved it too. I am anxious to try other flavor combinations.

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nanefish February 19, 2002

YUMMY! Thanks for the new little dessert that throws some nutrition into my family's snacks! Next time, I thought it might be neat to use orange jello gelatin and mandarine oranges instead of the nanas...we'll see, for sure! Thanks again!

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SmoochTheCook August 17, 2007

it was REALLY good, only there was one little probelm. Either your pie mold is REALLY deep, or there's enough chocolate pudding mix for 2 and a half pies! it made a total mess on my counter! TT_TT but it was REALLY good. Next time, I'll make it with more bananas, or kiwis (because I WILL make it again!!! ^^)

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Rio Shitaki March 29, 2007

Not rating this as I had to use Oz equivalents so that may have affected the taste. I didn't like this very much at all. My BF, on the other hand, finished it all off in one sitting. Wouldn't recommend making this unless you have the ingredients as described (or are a better cook than I!).

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Andrea-Oz September 02, 2005

I crave sweets and I love to cut in to a piece of pie. this is sweet and pie-shaped without the sugar and fat. You have also given me the chemistry for fugar free pudding without using milk! Thanks! I sliced the banana and layered it in the pie plateto form a crust.I also used a glass plate which was helpful with removal.

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Pabbit January 03, 2004
Crustless Banana-Chocolate Pie