Banana Caramel Pie

"This is one of the most interesting desserts I have made. This is rich and sweet and will go a long way as you can't eat too much of it!"
photo by Ambervim photo by Ambervim
photo by Ambervim
photo by Ambervim photo by Ambervim
photo by Ambervim photo by Ambervim
Ready In:
1 pie



  • 2 12 cups Rice Krispies
  • 12 cup coconut
  • 3 ounces butter, melted

  • 14 ounces dulce de leche condensed milk, caramelized
  • 2 bananas
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 14 cup warm black coffee
  • 1 pinch salt

  • whipped cream, to taste


  • CRUST:

  • Combine all ingredients, press into a pie dish and chill.

  • Dip banana in lemon juice.
  • Slice bananas over crust.
  • Beat coffee, salt and caramel together.
  • Spread caramel over bananas.

  • Decorate with stiffly whipped cream, if desired.

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  1. Ambervim
    Rice Krispies crust is VERY soggy. 1/4 cup coffee made the caramel way too runny, YUCK. Lemon juice not needed if pouring caramel over right away. What I do like is the flavor the coffee gives to the caramel. I do like the coconut in the crust. I you are going to make this, I suggest a graham cracker crust and 1/8th cup coffee in the caramel.


I was born and raised in South Africa but now live in Delaware USA. Since I can remember I have been cooking! My first real cooking experience was when I was 7. I came home from school one afternoon and felt like French toast. My elder brother was home with his friends and did not want to make it for me, so I got a pan out, put it on the stove, turned the stove on to high. After that I could not remember what to do, but I knew that French toast involved bread so I put the bread in the hot pan without grease and poured milk over it! Oy vey... My brother's friend asked me what I was trying to make and I told him. He laughed and told me I was making it wrong but he also taught me how to make French toast the right way. I came home every day after that and made French toast. I felt so confident with the little bit of knowledge I had acquired that I soon started experimenting with other things. Nothing was going to stop me! The first full meal I ever made for my family was boiled rice and oven roasted chicken pieces with a steamed vegetable medley. I was 8 years old and my mom was in hospital. My dad was struggling to hold down an intensely busy job, keep the family going and be with my mom, so I thought I would help him. I don't think he believed that I had done it on my own. I remember telling him that I read in a cookery book how to make a roast chicken but I did not know what "a" rosemary was so I just put the chicken in the dish without it. Decades later with a myriad tried and tested recipes behind me - flops and failures included - I know my way around any food item and kitchen utensil, much to my family's delight!
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