Banana Cream Pie Recipe with Banana Crust

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  1. Jess @UsedYorkCity — September 18, 2012 @10:15 pm Reply
    Mmm, this is one of my favorite pies! Your photos look great, enjoy!:-)
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:49 am Reply
      Thanks so much, Jess.
  2. Kayle (The Cooking Actress) — September 18, 2012 @10:23 pm Reply
    Such pretty little pies!! My mom loves banana cream pie and I know she'd love these little banana "custard" pies! :P
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:50 am Reply
      It's incredibly creamy tasting and mainly tastes of bananas (obviously), so she'd love it. If you try it out, I'd love to hear how she enjoys it. Thanks for stopping by.
  3. Jessica@AKitchenAddiction — September 18, 2012 @10:30 pm Reply
    Oh, I love how you added banana puree to the crust! YUM!
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:51 am Reply
      It was delish! I tried a bit of the crust by itself and it was definitely banana-y and wasn't soggy at all after the initial bake to dry it out.
  4. Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel — September 19, 2012 @12:00 am Reply
    Banana cream pie is one of my faaaaave pies evaaaah. Love this one, Lisa! Looks gorgeous, and you can't beat homemade crust.
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:53 am Reply
      Absolutely! I was kinda at one of those dilemma moments whether to use a shortcrust crust, but them the idea of adding banana puree into the crumb crust hit me and the rest is history.
  5. Carolina — September 19, 2012 @1:04 am Reply
    Oh, this looks so yummy!!!!!!!! I can't wait to try it!!
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:54 am Reply
      It was yummy, even if it's not that pretty. Let me know how you like it if you make it. Thanks for stopping by.
  6. Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust — September 19, 2012 @2:19 am Reply
    This sounds amazing Lisa! But I have to say, my issues with bananas are opposite. I need to eat them all spotty. NO GREEN. :)
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:54 am Reply
      Speckly's have their place in baked goodies. But for eating, green is mean! ;)
  7. Choc Chip Uru — September 19, 2012 @8:57 pm Reply
    This pie looks delicious my friend, and I definitely agree with you, underripe bananas FTW! :D Cheers Choc Chip Uru
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:55 am Reply
      I'm glad you agree too. Unless it's for baking then underripe isn't great to bake with. LOL.
  8. Carol Lovett — September 20, 2012 @5:22 am Reply
    I love this recipe! It looks so delicious.
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:56 am Reply
      Thanks Carol and thanks for visiting.
  9. Vanessa @ Cakes and Teacups — September 20, 2012 @2:16 pm Reply
    This looks delicious Lisa. Bananas are awesome! : )
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:56 am Reply
      Thanks Vanessa.
  10. sally @ sallys baking addiction — September 20, 2012 @5:01 pm Reply
    I like the name banana cream pie better too ;) And the brown speckly bananas make the most tremendous baked goods!!
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:57 am Reply
      I'm glad you agree. I didn't want my pie to be associated with clowns. No, no, no! And they certainly do. Thanks Sally.
  11. Audra@The-Baker-Chick — September 22, 2012 @4:19 am Reply
    Lisa I LOVE banana cream pie, and your version looks great! I love that it's almost tart-looking which seems so delicate. I just made banana pudding last week, and I know what you mean about the speckly bananas- not as good for just eating plain, but so good for baking. :)
    1. Lisa {Sweet 2 Eat Baking} — September 23, 2012 @1:59 am Reply
      Hehe, glad you agree, Audra. They are awesome to bake with, I would have liked to have baked more banana goodies in the past but the fella sees them as mouldy and ditches them every time, LOL! I had to have a brief few words with him before making this pie. Thanks for stopping by.
  12. Jennie @themessybakerblog — September 23, 2012 @4:52 am Reply
    I'm the same way when it comes to bananas, and it's nice to finally meet someone who shares my same weird ways. This pie looks amazing.
  13. Rachel Cooks — September 24, 2012 @1:05 pm Reply
    This looks SO good! I could probably eat the entire thing. PS: I agree, bananas are better in their green-yellow state. My husband likes them riper. It works out well!
  14. luv what you do — September 24, 2012 @2:59 pm Reply
    I love the idea of Banana Creme Pie without the cream. The presentation is amazing and I'm a huge fan of your pie plate. BTW, I eat underripe nanas too!
  15. Kate Davis-Holmes — September 25, 2012 @3:32 pm Reply
    Looks gloriously indulgent and can't wait to have a go. Photos and words are all wonderful. Great use of Whitworth sugar too. Commenting on behalf of myself and BritMums.
  16. HELEN — September 27, 2012 @7:48 pm Reply
    this looks lovely. I used to hate bananas but I like them now too....just ripe though...not furry! I love your photos too - very pretty!
  17. Cheryl Pasquier — September 28, 2012 @5:20 pm Reply
    Love the idea of putting banana in the crust too. Definitely in my "must try" list :)
  18. donna bird — September 29, 2012 @7:58 pm Reply
    This looks yummy and so easy to make. I will have to try it.
  19. Jack Tyler — October 15, 2012 @1:13 am Reply
    You know what Lisa? By just merely looking at the pictures of your Banana Cream Pie, it makes my tummy sound really weird. I just can't wait that my wife would make one for me. It would be perfect if she will make it not so sweet yet very creamy. Thanks for the showing us this picture also the recipe.
  20. Jack Tyler — October 15, 2012 @1:17 am Reply
    You know what Lisa? By just merely looking at the pictures of your Banana Cream Pie, it makes my tummy sound really weird. I just can't wait that my wife would make one for me. It would be perfect if she will make it not so sweet yet very creamy. Thanks for the showing us this picture.
  21. Marion — October 29, 2012 @3:31 am Reply
    Love this. Thank you!

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