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What a wonderful looking and tasting dessert! I cannot believe that something this tasty can be this healthy. YUM!
The pudding is creamy and thick with a lovely taste and the base is soft, sweet and complements the filling nicely. I especially enjoyed the banana being layered between filling and base. The nuts I thought were a bit bland, next time Ill try toasting them first to bring out a bit more flavour.
I used an unsweetened soy milk in this with good results and choc chip sugar free cookies. I felt the margarine in the filling wouldnt be needed, so I left it out, which worked for us.
Oh and I didnt have a pan the right size, so I just made the recipe in muffin tins for tiny treats. So cute! :)

THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this winner with us, hon. I cant wait to make it again. :)
Made and reviewed for Adopt A Tag January 2012.

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Lalaloula January 13, 2012

Interesting pie, I thought, in that one of the title ingredients is found only in the crust & the topping! But, that doesn't detract from the fact that you have a great tasting pie here, one that I'm happy to make again, & I'm sure several friends of ours would love to have a copy of the recipe! Many thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]

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Sydney Mike August 25, 2011
Diabetic Banana Pecan Pie