Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Banana Pudding Pie {recipe}



Time for the second pie in this series! Go here if you missed the first week.


Oh wow! I seriously have no words for this one. Ok, that's not true. I always can find something to say. This is by far one of my favorite desserts that I have made so far. I really just forgot about banana pudding. Combined with a vanilla wafer crust, I can't get enough of this pie! GET IT OUT OF OUR HOUSE!!

This is actually a recipe I pinned and is from one of my all time favorite blogs, Lick The Bowl Good. She noted that the pie should be consumed within 2 days. NO PROBLEM!

The photo below is all hers....my horrible amateur ones can be found below! Seriously, though....if there is one pie you even think about making from this series, THIS IS IT!




I would get the picture perfect piece AFTER I had edited my photos...






Banana Pudding Pie

Prep Time: 

Cool: 1 Hour, 30 Minutes 

Chill: 4 Hours 

Bake: 24 Minutes 

Yield: 8 Servings



3-4 medium bananas, cut into slices
2 boxes of vanilla wafers

Vanilla Wafer Crust
2 1/2 cups (about 30) crushed vanilla wafers
1/2 cup butter, melted

Vanilla Pudding:
3/4 cup sugar
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
2 large eggs
4 egg yolks
2 cups milk
2 teaspoons vanilla extract




Whipped Cream:
1 cup heavy cream
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1/2 tsp. vanilla



Vanilla Wafer Crust:

Stir together crushed vanilla wafers and butter until blended. Firmly press on bottom, up sides, and onto lip of a 9-inch pie plate. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until lightly browned. Remove and let cool completely.



Vanilla Pudding: Whisk together sugar, flour, eggs, yolks and milk in a heavy saucepan.



Cook over medium-low heat, whisking constantly, 10-12 minutes or until it reaches the thickness of chilled pudding (it will just start to bubble). Remove from heat, and stir in vanilla.




 Transfer to a medium bowl and cover with plastic wrap, making sure to press the plastic directly on top of the custard so it doesn't get a "skin" on it. Refrigerate til completely cool.




Whipped Cream:

 In a medium bowl, whip cream on medium high speed til soft peaks form. Slowly add the sugar and vanilla and continue to beat until thick and stiff.


Assembly: Arrange half of the banana slices evenly over bottom of cooled crust. Spread 1/3 of cooled pudding over bananas, then layer with 20 vanilla wafers. Spread 1/3 more pudding over vanilla wafers, then add the remainder of the banana slices and cover them with the last of the pudding. Spread the whipped cream over the entire pie and decorate with more vanilla wafers if desired.




The layers from the bottom up should be:
vanilla wafer crust
 bananas
 pudding
vanilla wafers
pudding
bananas
pudding
whipped cream

Refrigerate at least for 4 hours. Overnight is best. Consume within 2 days.





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12 comments:

EvA. . . said...

oh my, this looks so good! thanks for sharing! oh and by the way your blog looks great! love the pink! :)

Bon Bon said...

Yum! My little Southern grandma always makes the classic banana pudding. It's 1000 calories per bite I"m sure, but soooo worth it:-) xoxo

Rachel said...

It looks so good!! And with real pudding too! I'm gonna have to try it.
Rachel
adventuresofadiymom.blogspot.com

Jennifer said...

Yum! We're having just banana pudding tomorrow...tradition! :)
Happy Thanksgiving!

Mimi said...

Oh - I wish I had seen this in time to make for Thanksgiving today. I'm bookmarking it to try this weekend. One of my daughters is crazy about banana pudding! Can't wait to show her this :)

Maggie said...

Happy Thanksgiving, inviting you to share your project with us at
http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/11/happy-thanksgiving-2011.html
Have a fabulous shopping weekend.
Maggie
http://passionatelyartistic.com

Kassi @ Truly Lovely said...

I love banana pudding, so this sounds delightful!!! Thanks for sharing this on Fancy This Fridays! :) Especially during a busy Holiday weekend!!!

Weather Anchor Mama said...

OMG. I am totally salivating reading your recipe. Do you have a pecan pie recipe. I've been dying for that too. I need to stop! Love the look of your blog!

Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust said...

I'm glad I found you - pie is right up my alley! :) This one looks awesome. YUM! I'd love for you to join my weekly linky, Crazy Sweet Tuesday sometime!

Jacqueline @ Deeprootsathome.com said...

Hi, Allison,
I love this post! What a neat post...yummy! I have a link-up on Wednesday, and I would like to invite you to join in. It is called 'Encourage One Another'. I like your blog and think it would be a practical encouragement to others. I'm at Deeprootsathome.com starting at MN tonight (hopefully)! Thank you for considering this :)

Sarah E. said...

I'm sold! Can't wait to make this one :)

Stopping by from Tues Talent Show

Melanie said...

YUM!!!! Here in the South, banana pudding is basically a whole food group :) Love this!

You have a beautiful blog! So nice to 'meet' you today! I'm your newest follower :) I blog at "Only A Breath" and would love for you to stop by and visit :)

Hugs!
Melanie

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