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Kez's Mini Banoffee Pies



36 portion(s)

The Biscuit Base

  • 500 grams Butternut Snap biscuits (whole), 36 Biscuits

The Caramel Filling

  • 40 grams golden syrup
  • 395 grams Tin of condensed milk (or TM made)
  • 70 grams Butter chopped into 2cm cubes
  • 70 grams Soft brown sugar

The Banana & Chantilly Cream & Chocolate dusted Topping

  • 3 teaspoons raw sugar
  • 600 grams whipping cream
  • 2 drops vanilla essence
  • 50 grams milk chocolate
  • 6 - 8 Small Banana's

Recipe's preparation

    The Biscuit Base Preparation
  1. Pre heat oven to 180ºC.    Place 36 Biscuits onto the 3 quiche trays and

    carefully put each of them into the Oven to soften for 5 mins. As you take each tray out of the oven, carefully press all the biscuits  on that tray into each mould on the quiche pan with a metal soup spoon being careful not to crack or split


    Then leave the biscuits to completely cool down and harden. Once cool,

    I move them into a shallow biscuit container that is lined with a paper towel to

    stop them slipping around so they are ready to fill and top later.





  2. The Caramel Filling Preparation

    Turn Oven down to 150º. Place the golden syrup, condensed milk, butter and

    brown sugar into a clean TM bowl and cook for 5 minutes at 70ºC on speed 3

    and then cook a further 5 minutes at 40ºC on speed 3.. 

    Pour filling into a oven proof dish (approx 12cm x 7cm deep as per photo). 

    Bake  in oven for 10 mins.  Let cool completely.

    Spoon into the biscuit bases and top with some slices of fresh banana’s

    (At least 3 –4 slices on each pie).


  4. The Cream Topping Preparation

    Add sugar to TM Bowl and mill for  8 secs on Speed 10.

    Insert the butterfly  into the TM bowl. 

    Add Cream and Vanilla and whip for about 20 seconds to 1 minute on speed 4

    until it thickens. Watch carefully so it does not over whip..

    Then spread or pipe evenly over sliced bananas.  

    Decorate with grated chocolate.

    Chill in the fridge until ready to serve….. Scrumptious!                              



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Hi everyone, I hope you enjoy my mini banoffee pies! They are best served

on the day they are made as the base tends to soften after a day or two in the fridge.

Anyways they are loved either way in my house tmrc_emoticons.)

Also, I find Butternut snap biscuits are better to use than other biscuits.

Have fun making them and even more fun sharing them with friends and family xxx

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  • I am glad you liked this

    Submitted by Kerrie France on 4. November 2013 - 02:24.

    I am glad you liked this recipe..It goes down a treat at home with my family..as I say a huge mouthful of absolute "YUMMMM"



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  • I halved the recipie and that

    Submitted by becca1605 on 31. August 2013 - 18:56.

    I halved the recipie and that made plenty! These were yum. I had the wrong cream (didn't realise you couldnt whip low fat cream) so ended up just putting a dollop of cream on top. Still yummy.

    The recipie said 40 degrees which thermomix doesn't do so I did it a 50 degrees.

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  • Ohh. Love this

    Submitted by Miss Cazz on 19. August 2013 - 15:37.

    Ohh. Love this recipie. 

    Thinking ginger snap biscuits would work too. Or chocolate crisp biscuits. 

    Will be trying these soon 

    In my house we call my kitchen the CazzBar Cafe 

    Where we eat, drink and crack dirty jokes [


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