Saturday, September 27, 2014

Banana Cream Pie


I found out this afternoon that we had been invited to our next door neighbour's backyard BBQ this evening. Knowing that there would be very little vegan food at this shindig I thought I would donate a pie to the festivities. And what an easy pie it was! All of the ingredients were either purchased pre-made (the graham cracker pie crust was vegan) or easy to mix. There was actually nothing to "make".

 Easy as Pie Banana Cream Pie

You will need one ready-made graham cracker pie crust, two bananas, one package of silken tofu (I used Mori-Nu) and one package of Mori-Nu Vanilla Pudding mix. That's it!



Here's what you do:  Slice the bananas into the pie crust.



 Put the tofu into a mixing bowl (or food processor) and whip it until it is smooth.



 Add the vanilla pudding mix and whip for about two minutes. You will have to scrape the bowl down a few times. Pour the pudding mix into the pie shell and put it in the fridge to firm up - it takes at least two hours.





 That's it! If you wanted to jazz it up you could put sliced bananas on top of the pie as well as at the bottom.


4 comments:

  1. Hi, I'm Jen from www.happyvegans.blogspot.com (Happy Vegans in the Florida Keys), I've nominated you for a
    Liebster Award. Here's the Rules on the Liebster nominations:

    Once nominated, you receive a list of 10 questions from she/he who has placed the nomination, which the nominee must answer. Then, the nominee must nominate 8 other blogs, let them know you have nominated them, and put a link to their blog in your post (no tag backs). Nominees must have under 200 followers. You must tell the blogs that you nominate them.

    You'll find your 10 questions on my blog post today. I hope you will accept this nomination and participate. Thank you for your hard work on your blog! Jen

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  2. I'm not a banana fan but this looks and sounds amazing! Nice blog you have here! I hope you still blog now that Vegan MoFo has ended! I want to keep up with more vegan friends :)

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  3. Thank you for your kind comment. It means a lot to me.

    You could also make this recipe with fresh strawberries, and I think I will do that soon!

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