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Old 15th January 2012, 17:35   #1 (permalink)
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Banoffee Pie

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Has anyone got an easy to follow recepie for Banoffee Pie please
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Old 15th January 2012, 17:46   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Banoffee Pie

pack of digestive biscuits put through processor til breadcrumbs.quarter pound butter melted.add to mix.line two cake tins with this base...boil two tins condensed milk for three to four hours......slice bananas on to base add the condensed milk.[it will spread much easier when still warm after boiling].pat the toffee like mix well down over the bananas....sprinkle then with coconut..thats an easy way to do it..too sweet for me mind
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Old 15th January 2012, 17:49   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Banoffee Pie

Sounds gorgeous Mallin but I bet its multi multi calorie stuff!!
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Re: Banoffee Pie

Make a biscuit base as you would for any cheese cake.
Melt 100grams sugar with 100grams butter, when melted pour in a large can of condensed milk and stir remove from heat.
Pouru this over the biscuit base, then slice 2/3 bananas and place over the toffee.
Whip a tub of double cream to stiff peaks. When the toffee has cooled pipe the whipped cream over the toffee/bananas.
Decorate with chocolate shavings
Enjoy.
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Sounds gorgeous Mallin but I bet its multi multi calorie stuff!!
sure is.used to have to make it this way in ,y past existence as a chef..personally hate banana and that sickly sweet condensed milk but it was popular
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Re: Banoffee Pie

Make or buy a short crust pastry base...pt 4tbsp sugar in a frying pan on the heat...leave and liquidize 2 bananas and 100ml of milk pour onto the caramalised sugar, stir & bring to the boil pour into your pastry case allow to cool.
Top with sliced bananas, whip double cream, sugar & vanilla, than add coffee (Kamp coffee 1-2 teaspoons) marble the cream and spoon on top of the bananas. Chill.
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Re: Banoffee Pie

It's actually very healthy, banana - one of your five a day, sugar to give you energy, dairy in the cream milk etc for calcium and iron if you grate chocolate on it. And the biscuit base ...em....em.... Oh calcium for healthy teeth and bones! Perfect food! I can do this with anything!
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Re: Banoffee Pie

Thanks for the replies. I don't like Banoffee Pie but my daughter loves it, though I'd give her a surprise and make her one. A couple of variations from biscuit base to pastry base, boiled sugar, friend sugar. Still, sounds easy enough which is what I need. I am a terrible cook hahaha
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Re: Banoffee Pie

hi, the banoffi pie was invented at the hungry monk restaurant where i'm from so here goes:

digestive base as already suggested made with butter and digestives, no sugar required as it is a really sweet dessert, pressed into tin with the back of a metal spoon

two tins of condensed milk simmered( still in the unopened tins) for 3/4 hours turning halfway through (although you can buy it in asda now... in tins already done)

topped with slices of banana, sprinkled with lemon juice so it doesn't go brown then topped with a thinner layer of whipped cream topped with crumbled up flake or shaved chocolate

layer of condenced cream should be thicker than layer of cream

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Re: Banoffee Pie

Mirazz check in the supermarket, you can get tins of soft toffe/caramel use one of these to make it easier if you are not comfortable with melting sugar and butter, then adding condensed milk. Hope this helps
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