Banoffee Pie | How to make Banoffee Pie

By Priya Kachhwaha  |  8th Sep 2015  |  
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About Banoffee Pie Recipe


Banoffee Pie is a popular aromatic and delicious dish. You can try making this amazing Banoffee Pie in your kitchen. This recipe requires few minutes for preparation and 120 minutes to cook. The Banoffee Pie by Priya Kachhwaha has detailed steps with pictures so you can easily learn how to cook Banoffee Pie at home without any difficulty. Banoffee Pie is enjoyed by everyone and can be served on special occasions. The flavours of the Banoffee Pie would satiate your taste buds. You must try making Banoffee Pie this weekend. Share your Banoffee Pie cooking experience on the BetterButter platform. You can also use the "What's cooking" feature on the app to get in touch with other home chefs like Priya Kachhwaha for inputs. In case you have any queries for Banoffee Pie you can comment on the recipe page to connect with the Priya Kachhwaha. You can also rate the Banoffee Pie and give feedback.

Banoffee Pie

Ingredients to make Banoffee Pie

  • 10 digestives biscuits
  • 1 tin milkmaid
  • 3 tbsp soften butter
  • 3 bananas
  • 200 ml whipped cream
  • Coffee to garnish

How to make Banoffee Pie

  1. Powder biscuits in a grinder. Mix butter in it and set a layer in a tray. Now put it in fridge for half an hour.
  2. Boil the condensed milk tin for 1 & 1/2 hour to make 'Dulce de leche'. Make sure the tin has cooled before opening.
  3. Spread this caramelised milkmaid evenly to form second layer.
  4. Now set slices of bananas on it to form the third layer.
  5. Top the fourth and final layer with whipped cream.
  6. Sprinkle coffee powder to garnish. Keep it in fridge for 1 & 1/2 hour. Cut slices and Serve chilled.

My Tip:

Its all about the layers and its best served with ice cream.

Reviews for Banoffee Pie (1)

Madhuchanda Sharma2 years ago

banana should be ripe or normal would do?