Contest-Winning Banana Cream Pie
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling Cook: 30 min. + cooling
Great recipe! Very easy! Turned out great!
I've made this several times and it always turns out great.
I love how easy this pie is to make. However after more than 24 hours in the refrigerator my pie did not set, It was still very soupy. thick around the edges of the pie but the inner and center were soup. I had to pour it in a bowl and make it a banana pudding with cookies because I felt it would never set and I did not want to waste perfectly yummy custard. Can some one help me out as to what I can do differently I follow instructions to the Tee. Thanks
looks great....why do i have to cook in a microwave? can i book on gas fire?
Just made this, really simple to make and the filling is really tasty. I think this pie is going to be very delicious!
Going to make this
Quick, easy to make and tastes so good! Thank you for this great recipe! The second time I made this I added some sliced toasted almonds to the top just for an added texture and both ways taste good!
Very easy! Everyone in my family loved it. Next time I will make more
I have been making this pie for 27 years, and it has never not set. Maybe the flour or cornstarch was the problem. A few tips I have, are to add 1 cup flaked coconut to the filling instead of the bananas for a coconut cream pie. The original recipe only calls for 3 hrs or more to set, not 8 hrs. or overnight. I usually make it in the morning and have it for supper. I also use a store bought graham cracker crust to really cut down on the time it takes to make this pie. It's great if you want to make this the old fashioned way, but the recipe is for a microwave pie that is fast & easy, and tastes great.
I have been looking for a homemade banana cream pie recipe that doesn't use banana pudding mix. I made this for my husbands birthday party and it was a big hit with everyone. So very easy to make! I will definately make this again!! Love it!!