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This is a banana pie made with yogurt and vanilla pudding.
For Pie: Blend sugar, cornstarch, flour, and salt. Add milk. Cook and stir constantly until thickens. Add well beaten egg yolks. Cook 1 minutes longer.
For Meringue: Have egg whites at room temperature, add salt; beat until flight but not stiff. Add sugar, a tablespoon at a time. Bake in slow oven (325 degrees F.) for 15-20 minutes, till meringue is browned.
By Robin from Washington, IA
You don't have to give up yummy desserts just because you are dieting. This healthy treat is both delicious and diet friendly.
Place pudding in small dish, spread bananas over it. Smooth cool whip on top of bananas then place crushed graham snack on top.
1 Pie is 143 calories, 0.5 G fat, 22 carbs, 1.25 G fiber, 1 g protein = 3 ww points
Combine pudding, Dream Whip, milk and vanilla in small bowl. Beat slowly until blended, then increase speed and beat until thick, about 3 minutes. Slice 1 1/2 bananas into crust. Top with filling. Chill until set. Garnish with additional topping and remaining bananas.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Mix flour, 2/3 cup sugar and salt. Gradually add milk. Cook over moderate heat, stirring constantly until mixture thickens and boils. Cook 2 minutes, remove from heat.
Place milk in a 4 cup glass measure. Heat in microwave on medium high for 5-6 minutes or until scalded. Mix together sugar, cornstarch, and salt in 2 qt. casserole.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F degrees F. Mix wafer crumbs and butter until well blended; press firmly onto bottom and up side of 9-inch pie plate. Bake 5 to 8 minutes, or until golden brown.
Combine pudding mix, milk, and 4 Tbsp. coffee (if desired) in a medium bowl, stirring with a wire whisk until smooth. Gently fold 1 cup whipped topping into pudding mixture.
Place bananas in bottom of cooled crust. Pour cooled filling over bananas. In small bowl, beat whipped cream and powdered sugar until stiff peaks form. Spread over filling...
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Looking for an amazing banana cream pie recipe!
Amber from Arizona
Lots of Banana Cream Pie recipes to choose from.
Try this, it's my husband's fave!
Use vanilla wafers instead of graham crackers to make the crust. Make instant banana cream flavoured pudding and fold in half of an 8 ounce tub of thawed french vanilla cool-whip. Slice up a few bananas. now... layer this way:
I don't have my recipe on me, but I can tell you if you are making the custard from scratch, pour the hot custard into a glass pie pan to cool for 30 minutes before you mix in the bananas. This is true of chocolate cream pie, or coconut cream pie too. Pouring very hot custard into a baked pie shell will make the pie shell get soggy faster. Cooling it down first gives the crust a fighting chance.
My recipe is so easy. First buy a keebler or any brand graham cracker crust or most times I use the chocolate pie crust. then I make the cooked type of vanilla pudding, 1 box is good for an 8'' pie. I then slice up 2-3 soft bananas; not too ripe and not too firm, right into the bottom of the pie shell, add the pudding on top and refrigerate about 4 hours.
3 or 4 Bananas
1 graham cracker crust pie shell
1 box of Jello Instant banana pudding
1 tub of cool whip
You can slice bananas and put in bottom of pie crust.
Mix pudding by following directions on box.
Pour pudding into pie crust. slice mor bananas and add to top of pudding andd your cool whip to top of pie. Refrigate to you are ready for dessert.
How many little jars does this recipe make?
Can you post the recipe?
I think she is talking about this recipe:
It looks like it made 6 pies, using those small canning jars.
These tasty bars allow you to enjoy the rich flavors of a banana cream pie. This page features a recipe for making triple-layer banana cream pie bars.
This is a guide about banana cream pie in a jar. A cute way to single serve this American traditional pie is in glass jars.
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I know that it says to use all the fat free stuff, but I never do. I like the good old fat foods!
Slice bananas. Place 1/2 of the banana slices on bottom of crust. Set remaining banana slices aside.
Pour milk into large bowl. Add pudding mixes. Beat with wire whisk 2 minutes or until well blended. Gently stir in 1 cup of the whipped topping with wire whisk. Spoon 1/2 of the pudding mixture into crust. Top with remaining banana slices; cover with remaining pudding mixture.
Refrigerate 3 hours or until set. Serve topped with remaining whipped topping. Store leftover pie in refrigerator.
By Irishwitch from Aurora, CO
Like you, I will not adulterate my dessert with diet items. I'd rather just have a smaller portion and have it taste the way it's supposed to taste. Thank you for a great-sounding recipe, Jodi.
Combine cornstarch, sugar and salt in top of double boiler. Gradually whisk in milk. Cook over simmering water, whisking constantly, until mixture thickens, about 10 minutes.
Mixture must boil to thicken. Lightly beat egg yolks in small bowl. Slowly add about 1/4 cup hot mixture to egg yolks and mix well. Stir egg yolks back into milk mixture in double boiler and cook 5 minutes. Let cool slightly, then stir in butter and vanilla until butter melts. Add banana slices. Pour into cooled baked pie shell and chill until set, about 1 1/2 hours. Top with sweetened whipped cream. Serves 6.
By Robin from Washington, IA
This recipe makes 2 pies
Mix pudding and cold milk well, and while it thickens, line crusts with bananas. When pudding has thickened some, add sweetened condensed milk to it and mix well. Stir 4 oz. Cool Whip into pudding mix and top bananas evenly. Cover pies well and chill for 1 hour at least. Better chilled longer. Remove and top with remaining Cool Whip. Serve immediately.
By Connie from Cotter, AR