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Quick Banoffee Pie Recipe How fast can you make your Banoffee Pie with some crushed digestive biscuits and our super- speedy caramel? There’s no cooking involved, only a bit of melting, and with only six ingredients it’s easy to whip up at short notice. Whether you make it for a family dessert or a special occasion, this quick Banoffee Pie is sure to go down a treat. Ingredients Serves: 12 250g digestive biscuits, crushed 100g butter, melted 397g can Carnation Caramel 4 small bananas 300ml carton whipping cream, whipped grated chocolate, to decorate You will also need... 23cm loose-bottomed tart tin Very easy Prep time 20 mins Cook time 0 min
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243 I've made it ★★★★★★★★★★ 5 out of 5 stars. Read reviews. 5.0 (1) Write a review. This action will open a modal dialog. Nutrition Information Add to My Favourites Here's how easy it is... 1. Put the crushed biscuit into a bowl with the melted butter. Mix it together thoroughly, then press the mixture into the base and sides of your tin. Chill for ten minutes. This will form the base of your easy banoffee pie.
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2. Spread the caramel over the base. Just spread it out with a spoon or a spatula – there’s no need to beat. 3. Slice the bananas and scatter them over the top, then put the cream on top and decorate with grated chocolate. Just keep it in the fridge until you’re ready. 4. In a hurry? Buy a readymade sweet pastry case instead of making the biscuit base for an even more convenient easy banoffee pie recipe! 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. Print these step-by-step instructions Discussion Board Chris September 10, 2016 I have made the Banoffee with a twist, I use dark chocolate biscuits and strawberries instead of bananas I've called it a strawnoffee lol it is just as delicious :) :) :) Carnation says: Hi Christine, what a fab idea - sounds delicious!
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Licklelady August 29, 2016 Just made this for the first time and it turned out a treat and my son loves it. One note for next time though. My biscuit base was stuck firmly to the tin so I will use parchment paper on the bottom. I have frozen a small piece to how it freezes. Fran R August 26, 2016 Hello. Does this one taste just as good as the classic recipe? Thanks! Carnation says: Hi Francesca, we certainly think so! The Quick Banoffee Pie recipe has a slightly silkier, creamy tasting caramel when compared with the classic recipe, which has a thicker set.
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Beachgirl24 July 23, 2016 Made this ,very easy BUT the consistency was way too runny, the Caramel oozed out all over the plate, it was a disaster ! Didn't look good at the barbecue ! Carnation says: Hi Sarah, sorry to that your banoffee pie is misbehaving! Try not to work the Carnation Caramel to much whilst making the Banoffee. The more the Caramel is worked the softer it will become.
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  • Fall '19
  • Condensed milk, Whipped cream, Whisk, Carnation

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