Al, I’ve made it now so many times! It’s always a hit!
Thanks for updating this thread, it brings back some good memories !
We found the carmel pie on a great visit to the Shiloh Battlefield area of Southern Tennessee. When I see an old thread brought back, it triggers a lot of thoughts about that trip and the fun (and Roadfood) we enjoyed.
Even easier, see if you can find this in the Latin section of your grocery store:
The cooking is already done–no worries about boiling/baking cans of condensed milk or anything.
For banoffee pie, it could not be simpler. Take a prebaked crust (or graham or chocolate cookie–your choice) and place two sliced bananas in the bottom. Scoop out a can (two if you want it really sweet) of dulce de leche and spread it over the bananas, being sure to fill in the crevices between them. Whip about a cup of heavy cream with a little sugar and vanilla extract (or maybe try rum extract), and spread that over the pie. Done!
Very nice Banoffee L2B!
Maybe a fun plan C for a crust could be a pretzel crumb…since the filling is very rich & sweet.
CARMEL PIE, So Easy a MAYOR Can Do It !!
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