Credit for the pie's invention is popularly claimed by Ian Dowding and Nigel Mackenzie of The Hungry Monk restaurant in Jevington, East Sussex. They claim to have invented the pie in 1972. Using some good old Kiwi ingenuity, we’ve taken this recipe and made it our own by using Griffin’s Digestive Biscuits as a base.
This decadent Banoffee pie is a delicious combination of toffee and banana flavours. A heavenly pie that's easy to make and is sure to put a smile on the family's faces. Enjoy!
1. Crush the Digestive Biscuits, add butter and press into the base of a flan tin. Place in the refrigerator to chill.
2. Boil the can of condensed milk (unopened) for 3 hours.
3. Empty the contents of the condensed milk into a mixing bowl and beat until stiff.
4. Mix in the sliced bananas then pour over base.
5. Top with whipped cream.
1 packet Griffin's Digestive Biscuits
1 tin Condensed Milk
2 Bananas (sliced)
2 Cups Whipped Cream