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Black Bottom-Banana Cream Pie

Black Bottom-Banana Cream Pie recipe
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Classic diner cream pie meets state fair midway treat, and a star is born. It's like a chocolate-dipped banana, only with a crust instead of a stick.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 30 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
4/16/2006
I served this to a group of mixed eating choices: (meat and vegetable, very choicey people). The critics were very commplimentary. The children wanted more as did all the adults but my husband said no as he didn't want to share.
posted:
4/16/2006
This was awesome! After reading other comments, was worried the chocolate would be too hard, but it was not (I fixed this 24 hours in advance). Someone previously commented that the 1 3/4 cups of milk is not what the box says, but actually the box does say this for pudding pies. I used sugar free pudding and reduced fat Nilla wafers, and couldn't tell the difference. Tastes just like a banana split!
posted:
4/4/2006
everyone in the family loved this
posted:
4/3/2006
I was nervous because I was making this for the first time and taking it to a party but it was great! Everyone loved it and said next time I need to make more. Super easy recipe.
posted:
4/2/2006
It is fantastic!!!! I also made one with toasted coconut, instead of the bananas. I didn't taste it, but I heard that it was also very yummy.
posted:
3/31/2006
so super yummy!! Only draw back was when the chocolate hardened, it was hard to cut through. So yummy though!
posted:
3/30/2006
The pie was just so-so crust was impossible to cut
posted:
3/30/2006
Great recipe. My family loved it and I will definately make it again.
posted:
3/30/2006
Everyone in the family loved this dessert! The bananas on the bottom were enough to flavor the whole thing. I did increase by 50% the number of Nilla Wafers and sugar for the crust though. The amount listed made the crust too thin. Also, the 1-3/4 cups milk on the recipe does not match pudding instructions of 2 cups milk, so I split the difference.
posted:
3/29/2006
it looks really good and i hope one day i could make it
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