Dulce De Leche Banana Cream Pie

Dulce De Leche Banana Cream Pie created by Galley Wench

I am crazy about bananas! It is my favorite fruit for desserts, for snacks, for salads -- mmmm love em! This is a five ingredient recipe from All You Magazine and I don't want to lose it! ***Please note, this recipe is a little labor intensive - cooling time is not listed but pie should be refrigerated at least 2 hours. ***

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2hrs 50mins
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  • Pour condensed milk into a large, heatproof bowl and set over a pot of simmering water to make dulce de leche. Cook, checking water level and adding water as necessary. Stir milk occasionally and cook until it is very thick and golden brown, about 2 1/2 hours.
  • Bake crust according to package directions. Cool on a wire rack.
  • Slice 2 bananas. Spread half of warm dulce de leche in crust; top with sliced bananas. Spread remaining dulce de leche over bananas. Chill until cold, at least 2 hours.
  • Just before serving, combine heavy cream and sour cream in a bowl. Whip, using a mixer on high speed, until soft peaks form. Spread over pie. Slice remaining banana and use to garnish pie. Cut pie into wedges and serve.
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"I am crazy about bananas! It is my favorite fruit for desserts, for snacks, for salads -- mmmm love em! This is a five ingredient recipe from All You Magazine and I don't want to lose it! ***Please note, this recipe is a little labor intensive - cooling time is not listed but pie should be refrigerated at least 2 hours. ***"
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  1. Galley Wench
    Dulce De Leche Banana Cream Pie Created by Galley Wench
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  2. Galley Wench
    EXCELLENT! I cut the recipe in half. Instead of using a pie shell, I used vanilla wafers - -placed a couple wafers at the bottom of the glass and then layered sauce, bananas and then repeated. Topped off with whipped cream (with a tad bite of 10x sugar)! YUMMY! Next time might layer the whipped cream too! PS: Nestle now makes Dulce De Leche so this dessert is really easy to make! Thanks for sharing!
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  3. Galley Wench
    EXCELLENT! I cut the recipe in half. Instead of using a pie shell, I used vanilla wafers - -placed a couple wafers at the bottom of the glass and then layered sauce, bananas and then repeated. Topped off with whipped cream (with a tad bite of 10x sugar)! YUMMY! Next time might layer the whipped cream too! PS: Nestle now makes Dulce De Leche so this dessert is really easy to make! Thanks for sharing!
    Reply
  4. kittycatmom
    I am crazy about bananas! It is my favorite fruit for desserts, for snacks, for salads -- mmmm love em! This is a five ingredient recipe from All You Magazine and I don't want to lose it! ***Please note, this recipe is a little labor intensive - cooling time is not listed but pie should be refrigerated at least 2 hours. ***
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