The first time I tasted this oh so yummy foot was back in 2009 When My co-worker ordered this team When we were having breakfast at Starbucks. I loved the taste Especially the crunchy crust and the banana too! When It is best eaten cold, I swear!
Now qui this recipe so you can enjoy this cake whenever you want.
Starbucks Banoffee Pie…
- 300g Marie chocolate biscuits. ( or graham biscuits, just add 1 tsp cocoa powder to the crust)
- 2 tbsp Butter (melted)
- 4 ripe Bananas
- 1 can Condensed milk (for the Toffee recipe below)
- 300ml Whipped Cream
- 1 tsp coffee
- Grated chocolate (optional)
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1. Throw the pack of biscuits on the wall or wham on the table (ideal to make if you’re angry). You can use the food processor to make things easier though. Pulse for 30 seconds.
2. Stir in the (melted) butter. Mix with the crumbs. Transfer to a dish bowl or a pan and make the crust.
3. Refrigerate for 20minutes just to set the crust.
4. Slice the banana and scatter on top of the crust.
5. Pour the toffee caramel over the bananas (boiled condensed milk recipe below)
6. Whip the cream using a hand mixer or just plain egg beater. Add the coffee as you whip. Splat the whip cream on top of the banana.
7. Sprinkle with grated chocolates to add some calories ?
1. Place the tin of unopened condensed milk in a pan of boiling water and allow to boil for two (2) hours. This is perfectly safe. Done this many times :)2. Remove the tin from the boiling water and allow to cool enough so that you can touch it and open it.
3. Open the tin very carefully and stir the gooey caramel inside. This can be stored for a couple of weeks and can also be used as topping to brownies or cakes ?