09 October 2010

Banoffi Pie


Today we visited my parents place and my Mum had made Banoffi Pie for a treat!  Last time I mentioned her Banoffi Pie (here) everyone was wanting the recipe... so this time I took a few photos of her pie and got the recipe as well!

It is so delicious and definitely the best Banoffi Pie I have tasted yet.


Banoffi Pie (6-8 servings)

100g butter, melted
250g packet vanilla wine biscuits, crumbed
380g can Highlander Caramel (can used Dulce De Leche instead)
2 bananas
¾ cup cream, whipped
2-3 tbsp grated cooking chocolate

Combine the melted butter and biscuit crumbs.  Mix thoroughly.  Press over the base and side of a deep 20cm loose-based flan tin.  Chill for 30 minutes.

Spread the caramel over the crumb base, then chill for about 1 hour or until the caramel is firm.  To serve, slice the bananas and arrange all but a few slices over the caramel.  Top with the whipped cream, then decorate with the remaining banana slices and grated chocolate.

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!


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20 comments:

  1. oh my.... now that is awesome! i have had banoffi pie once, and it was amazing. I might have to give your mummas recipe a whirl.

    what a great treat! x

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  2. yumness! I still have never tried it!
    was going to order it when I was out with Simone and Gail but had the sticky date pudding instead. might have to make some. thanks for sharing the recipe..looks easy enough for me :)

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  3. OK I am drooling......I LOVE banoffi pie. And this looks SO easy.

    If I had the Highlander Caramel and cream in the house I'd be off to the kitchen to make it now!

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  4. Yum, thanks for sharing, I might have to give this one a go before my diet starts Monday! :)

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  5. I love Banoffi pie too!! Yum... I wonder if it would work with gluten free biscuits??? only one way to find out :)

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  6. im a sucker for anything with caramel!!

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  7. you're killing me friend
    really
    you're killing me


    ; )

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  8. yum yum YUM!!! that looks so good! wish i had all those ingredients on hand right now:-)

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  9. Guess what we're having for dessert tonight?! :-) Thanks for the inspiration!

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  10. This will now be my birthday cake. Not kidding - you have made my day!

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  11. Oh, YUM! That looks so good. Ive never even heard of Banoffi pie!

    Saw you at SITS today! Glad I came over, thanks for the recipe. =)

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  12. I love banoffi pie. I don't make it as often as I would like though because it doesn't seem fair on my dairy free boys! Still, maybe my waistline is thankful for that!

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  13. That looks fabulous.

    Someone linked you up at SITS as a blog worth checking out... someone was right!

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  14. Wish I liked banoffi pie it looks so yummy!

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  15. Yum! Have never made it but must one day!

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  16. Printed and filed in the recipe folder...WITH GLEE.

    Thank you!

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  17. Mmm, looks so yummy that I think I'm gonna have to try that one!

    ♥: http://walkingintheairr.blogspot.com

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  18. My husband would LOVE this.

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  19. Ella D11:14 am

    Yay, made this the other day! Beautiful. Just wondering though if it is meant to be 3/4 c cream? It's the same recipe as on the Highlander caramel tin (just realised this while following your recipe! lol) Love your site :)

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