Dec 18, 2009

Jack’s Recipe for Instant Banana Cream Pie

I got several emails about making deserts and what I recommend.
As you know, I am a simple down home style cook.
Also many ask why I never add pictures, so hopefully this recipe responds to both request.

So here is one of my favorites and it's easy to make...
Jack’s Instant Banana Cream Pie, yummy, the kids will love it.

Cooking Items:
Baking Tray.
Large Mixing Bowl.
Measuring Cup.
Parring Knife.
Baking Spatula.
Here are pictures of these items .....

First buy all the necessary ingredients, see below.
4 Ripe Bananas
1 Quart of Whole Milk
1 Can of Reddi Whip
1 Large Box of Jello Brand Instant Banana Pudding
1 Package of Frozen Pre-made Pie Filling Crust with Pie Tins

You will need the following:
Get them when they have started to recipe or leave on counter until they do ripe before starting to make the pie.
See the picture as to what they should look like.

Whole Milk-
Buy regular milk, not reduced fat. I usually buy what's on sale, the store brand. If you're not a milk user, a quart will do.
See picture.

Reddi Whip in a can-
This should be in the same section the milk is in. I do not substitute brands on this one.
See the picture as to what they should look like.

Jello Brand Instant Banana Pudding, large box.
No substitute brands on this either.
See the picture as to what they should look like.

Pre-Made Frozen Pie Crust with Pie Tins.
See the pictures as to what they should look like.

Preparation and Instructions:
Place frozen pie crust with tin on a baking tray, heat in oven, follow pie crust instructions on package these vary slightly with product.
While pie crust is in oven baking, prepare Jello Instant Banana Pudding, again follow instructions on package, but use whole milk.
When pie crust is done, remove from oven allow to cool to room temperature.
Cover and place banana instant pudding mix in refrigerator and cool.
When banana instant pudding mix and pie crust are ready, pour pudding into pie shell. Use spatula and smooth level.
Now peel and slice 4 ripe bananas. I usually cut the bananas into 1/2-inch slices. Cover the entire pie.
Now use the Reddi Whip in a can, shake very well. Start at the outer edge of the pie and cover the entire pie with the Reddi Whip Cream.
Place back in refrigerator for at least one hour before eating.
This is how the Banana Cream Pie should look like when you are done:

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Reformed Hooker said...

sound damn yummy but too many calories for me

Jan said...

that looks really yummy

Hatchet Jack said...

My wife has tried some of your recipes, they are truly great, tasty, and like you say down home, my kids love that vodka spaghetti - - the pie was my favorite!

Simply Me said...

Thanks, this was very tasty