By Cookie Ads on October 28, 2003
Photo by under12parsecs
Photo by under12parsecs
"This heavenly version of banoffee pie is ridiculously easy to make. Although the preparation time is very long, most of that time involves the condensed milk caramelising in the pan without your supervision. Hope you enjoy it! "
Serving Size: 1 (1360 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This recipe was a hit at New Years! I used Dulce leche (caramel in a can) and it saved hours of prep time! I will absolutely make it again!thanks!"
"For safetys sake: One should not leave an unopened can boiling. Alternate carmalization options can be found on zaar. "
"This was just amazing! I added a little vanilla to the whipped cream for sweetness. A very, very bit hit!"
"So easy and so yummy. The gooey caramelly toffee filling is phenomenal paired with sweet bananas. I made an oreo crumb crust because I wanted a bit of chocolate, but otherwise made as written. This was throughly enjoyed by all!"
"This is a great dessert; it's just that my husband prefers the original banana cream pie to this. Thanks."
"After hearing about this pie from an internet friend from Australia, I had to find out more on this. I looked up several recipes and videos online. My friend was having a problem with the toffee and I referred him to this recipe as it was the easiest instructions out there. My husband decided he would like to try this as it is truly unique. I did make a couple of changes. I used 3 cans of sweetened condensed milk for 2 pies and topped it off with cool whip as that was what I had on hand. The pie was a big hit Christmas Day. I am sure I will be asked to make it again. The only problem I had was it was very runny, I think I would try to cook the milk another hour as other recipes recommend."
"I don't know what i did wrong but this was just terrible. Gloppy and gross! I'm sure I did something wrong but I'm not going to try it again to find out."
"Yummy! I used only 1 large bananas though because I want the flavor of caramelized sweet condensed milk to stand out. I topped mine with lots of whipped cream and cocoa powder. Very easy to make."
"I was looking for a different recipe. I saw that you are supposed to cook the milk in the can. You used to be able to do this but they no longer line the cans making it unsafe. Something leaches into the milk from the can when it's hot. Check with the maker of the milk before you do this."
"Okay, I am officially adopting this as my signature recipe. I made this New Year's Eve. My in-laws were visiting from the UK and everyone was swooning and moaning over it. I cooked two cans of th scm thinking to save one for another use and ended up using both in the pie. I plan on bringing this pie to potlucks and pic nics for now on!!! It really was that good."
"i was very skeptical about how this would turn out. but it was really really good. i really enjoyed it. i think next time i will double the toffee filling"
"Fantastic! We finished off our Christmas dinner with this pie and everyone loved it. So simple to prepare... a definite keeper! Thanks for posting."
"I first tasted this wonderful pie at a friends house. His aunt had brought it, along with the recipe. I thought she had written it down wrong (after all she was 80-ish!)What did I know? The recipe was correct and the pie was delicious! All that paranoia for nothing! I have made this MANY times and have never had any problems boiling the cans. I also use more than 3 bananas - more like 5! Thanks for posting."
"I'd never had banoffee pie before, but ever since I saw "Love, Actually", I've wondered what it tastes like. This was wonderful -- and so easy!"
"The filling was very tasty, very creamy and sweet, but it didn't even fill half of the pie shell, almost need 2 cans. "
"this is similar to the recipe I usually use. If you are going to be making this on a regular basis - or make millionaires shortbread, why not boil 2 or 3 cans at the same time as they keep, unopened for the same length of time as the ordinary condensed milk!! It saves time and gas. (Be warned, sometimes the tins call you and bring on an attack of the sweet munchies lol"
"DELICIOUS! So easy and it got rave reviews! The only thing I wish is that it didn't take so long to boil! Good things come to those who wait ; )"
"This is practically the same recipe I always use, so thought I'd submit a couple of pictures. I make the pie crust using about 250g digestive biscuits, crushed, and 100g melted butter. Press into the base and sides of a tin, chill and voila! Mine is smaller in width (8 inch tin) so I only use 2 bananas. It tastes sooooo good!"
"Mmmmmm, I was skeptical (I'm used to things being complicated and making everything from scratch.) But I made this with a store bought pie crust and I used whipped topping instead of cream. It was AMAZING! I had banoffee in Ireland while I was there and I've been missing it so much. Oh, I used chocolate shavings too....SOOOO good! Thanks so much!"
"Man, I love banoffee pie. I first tasted it in England in the mid-1990's and have been making it ever since. Simple and utterly, utterly delicious! Instead of cocoa powder, I like to garnish the pie with chocolate shavings. Yum!!"