Two Maids a Baking – Banana Pudding Pie

First of all a big thanks to all of you who linked up last week for our very first Two Maids a Baking!! If you haven’t checked out the recipes from last week, you are only a click away!! Trust me, you won’t be disappointed!!

This week I whipped up a Banana Pudding Pie!

You start by making the crust. Use a food processor to crush the cookies into a crumb.

Add melted butter. 
Press into a deep dish pie plate and bake. 

Start to make the filling by adding the flour, sugar and salt to a sauce pan. 

Pour in the milk and bring to a boil.

Separate and lightly beat your eggs. No need to create more dishes than needed, use your milk measuring cup!

Once the mixture starts to thicken turn down the heat. 
Add a couple spoons full of the mixture to the egg yolks. 

Combine. 

Add vanilla. 

Set-aside. Now to make the topping.

Add cream, vanilla and powdered sugar together and mix. 

Mix until soft peaks. Store in the fridge until needed. 

Time to assemble! Layer bananas on the cooled crust.

Add your pudding mixture. 

Layer with remaining Vanilla Wafers and another sliced banana.

Top with whipping cream and chill!

Let’s be honest, I couldn’t wait for it to chill!! 

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About Liz

I’m a dairy cattle showing, wine loving, cake baking, wife and mommy navigating the world of friend’s bridal and baby showers while living & loving life on the farm.

Comments

  1. Hmmmmmmmm!!!!

    Leontien

  2. this looks amazing!!!

  3. So glad I could link up this week. Your pudding looks delish!

  4. I must drive by your farm all the time, as I go from Cincinnati to Chicago and head up 1-65. I will wave out my window next weekend :)

    We must have been on the same banana kick-I linked up some banana cookies I made! Thanks!
    Aimee

  5. Glad to find this on Made from Scratch Tuesday!
    I’m linking up the Cookies and Cream Cupcakes that I made for my daughter’s Wizards of Waverly Place themed party last weekend!
    Thanks for hosting! More power!

  6. Thanks for inviting me to link up! I’m now your newest follower. :-)

  7. Oh what a luck!..I found you while browsing.I love banana cake and this is so new to me..I would love to try it.I am your newest follower.
    -Marelie http://www.cookiedropletsetcbymarelie.com

  8. Just found your blog and I am following. Your pie sounds so delicious – my family would love this! Thank you for sharing and hosting this blog party.
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    Concetta

  9. Oh I am so glad you linked up!
    I was hoping the Blog Hop didnt “put” you off.

    I like I said earlier about this recipe…
    LOOKS GREAT! and is a perfect side dish for Easter Brunch.

    http://larkscountryheart.blogspot.com

  10. YUMMY!! By the way, thank you so much for becoming a follower on our blog! 😉

    Marli

  11. That looks fantastic! I know the husband would love it! Thanks for hosting this week!

  12. Anonymous says:

    do u have recipie for chocolate chip banana bread with peanut butter frosting?

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