Banoffee Pie Recipe | How to make Mini Banoffee Pie

>>  Wednesday, February 4, 2015

When we had done the BM International Cuisine, I desperately wanted to make this Banoffee Pie. Since my England dish was done almost in the beginning and couldn't redo a different dish, I had to keep this Banoffee Pie on hold. As such this has been on my to do list for such a long time.

Even now I wasn't sure I will pull off this, as it has become extremely tough to cook anything other than the regular food during weekdays. I somehow managed. Have I introduced my sous chef? Well my assistant photographer has climbed up the ladder to become my sous chef now. She is doubling as both at present. Since this seem to be a late night affair, I didn't want to disturb her. However she realized that I was going to make something and was very upset that I was setting out for my adventure without her.

So she joined me, and wanted to link something or the other at each stage. And before I forget, Peddu had to share something to me this evening when I was feeding them their dinner. He said he came up with something and suddenly says Ammamma Restaurant, referring to my Amma and Srivalli Cake Bar. Well Konda wanted to know where that Bar came into picture. He said he liked both the names. 

Anyway, our night adventure came quickly to an end, with me whipping out the cream and teaching Konda how one twists the badminton twists, which is helpful in whipping the cream. She was happy that she finally got to help with something and took a promise that she will be the person to taste this dessert. So I am sorry that I can't yet share the sliced picture of this Banoffee Pie, will surely update the post again with the sliced pie!

Until then, drool over this and even better make it yourself!

Banoffee Pie

Ingredients Needed:

For the Pie layer

Digestive Biscuits - 15 nos
Butter, soft - 1 tbsp

For the Toffee Layeer

Sweetened Condesed Milk - 1 cup
Butter - 1 tsbp
Brown Sugar - 2 -3 tsp

For the other layers

Bananas, sliced - 1 cup
Whipped cream -1 cup
Chocolat shavings for garnish

How to make the Banoffee Pie

Grease a Pie tray and keep it aside.

Break and take the digestive biscuits in a mixer and pulse well till you get soft powder. Add soft butter and mix well.

Transfer to the graased pie trays and press well. Refregerate till done.

For the Toffee layer, heat a non stick pan with butter, add brown sugar and mix well. When the sugar melts, add the condensed milk in stages and blend well, till it becomes a thick toffee consistency.

Quickly transfer this to the pie and spread well.

Slice the banana and sprinkle lemon juice to prevent colouring.

On this layer, add a layer of sliced banana pieces. 

Whip the cream till it peaks, then spread on the banana and refregerate till it sets. 

Slice and serve!

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Sandhya Ramakrishnan February 4, 2015 at 12:58 AM  

Valli, you have done an amazing job with the banoffee pie! I am sure this would not be possible without the Sous Chef that you have now :) And I love the name of the restaurant that your boys came up with!

Srividhya February 4, 2015 at 4:00 AM  

Amazing pie. great use of biscuits. Bookmarking this

vaishali sabnani February 4, 2015 at 5:35 AM  

Oh wow...glad you could finally make the's been on my mind too...but gets postponed again and again.kudos to Konda , who is your true assistant in all means, give her a hug from me.btw the pie looks tempting .

Suja Ram February 4, 2015 at 9:56 AM  

Wow, what a delicious Banoffee pie. Drool-worthy Valli!

Sapana Behl February 4, 2015 at 4:33 PM  

We loved it too when I made it last year.Yours looks delicious and of course half credit goes to Konda.

Harini-Jaya R February 4, 2015 at 6:59 PM  

Kudos to your older one! Fantastic job done!

Varadas Kitchen February 4, 2015 at 7:50 PM  

It is great to have a sous chef hovering around to help. The pie looks awesome.

Priya Srinivasan February 5, 2015 at 11:55 AM  

Do call us for the resto inauguration valli!! ;)
Pie looks amazing, Sweet of konda, to lend you a helping hand. It is fun to be with somebody as eager as your girl in the kitchen right? ahh i miss that fun, though sometimes i have my SIL, who hovers around when i bake a bread! My lil ones are nothing but trouble!!!

Archana Potdar February 5, 2015 at 6:17 PM  

Is the inauguration during the meet Valli?
Wow Konda really is something looking forward to meet her.
Pie had to be amazingly delicious as Konda was helping you.

Priya Suresh February 6, 2015 at 12:06 AM  

Kudos to Konda, indeed those helping hands are precious na, pie looks fabulous,just drooling here.

sneha datar February 6, 2015 at 9:29 PM  

Wish I could get a slice of the pie, irresistible.

Suja February 8, 2015 at 8:13 AM  

Wow looks so delicious ... Am waiting for my girls to grow up a little so that they can help me:-)

Suma Gandlur February 8, 2015 at 10:36 AM  

How cute Valli that your daughter wants to help you out with cooking and clicking. The pie looks decadent.

Pavani N February 9, 2015 at 1:49 AM  

OMG that is one super tempting dessert. It must have tasted amazing. You are so lucky to have such an efficient and enthusiastic sous chef.

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