Classic Banoffee Pie Recipe

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This is our classic recipe using Carnation Condensed Milk to make a golden caramel and a crushed biscuit base. It’s an impressive party piece and an ever-popular dessert, but it’s also easy to make.

Ingredients
Serves: 12
  • For the base:
  • 100g butter, melted
  • 250g digestive biscuits, crushed
  • For the caramel:
  • 100g butter
  • 100g dark brown soft sugar
  • 397g can Carnation Condensed Milk
  • For the top:
  • 4 small bananas
  • 300ml carton whipping cream, lightly whipped
  • grated chocolate

You will also need…

20cm loose-bottomed cake tin, greased

Step 1
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Put the biscuit crumbs in your bowl, then tip in the melted butter and mix it all together. Spoon this into the base and press against the bottom and sides – this is the base of the banoffee pie recipe. Chill it for ten minutes.
Step 2
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Melt the butter and sugar into a non-stick saucepan over a low heat, stirring all the time until the sugar has dissolved. Add the condensed milk and bring to a rapid boil for about a minute, stirring all the time for a thick golden caramel. Spread the caramel over the base, cool and then chill for about 1 hour, until firm or until ready to serve.
Step 3
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Carefully lift the pie from the tin and place on a serving plate. Slice the bananas; fold half of them into the softly whipped cream and spoon over the base. Decorate with the remaining bananas and finish with the grated chocolate.
TIPS

To get the most out of our banoffee pie recipe, make sure that you really boil the filling for at least 1 minute to be sure it sets to a fantastically tasty squidgy caramel.

Have you tried making this delicious recipe yet? Let us know by clicking ‘I made it!’, or give us your tips and tricks on the discussion board.

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