Everyone needs this banoffee pudding in their lives here and there! If you are an ardent fan of bananas and toffee- a match made in heaven- then you are absolutely going to love this Banoffee Pudding! This easier version of a banoffee pie is absolutely mind-blowing. Not only is the pudding easy to assemble, it also has all the essential components of a banoffee pie. I absolutely love creating such recipes which are easy to compile because not everyone has a thing for baking.
INGREDIENTS USED IN BANOFFEE PUDDING
LOTUS BISCOFF BISCUIT
You can use any biscuit of your choice for the crunch layer. I have used lotus biscoff biscuits in my recipe.
I have used a can of nestle condensed milk and cooked it in a saucepan with water for the dulche de leche layer.
If you are worrying about whipped cream, don’t worry, I have you sorted there because there is an entire blog post on the website on how to make whipped cream which will surely take all your whipped cream nightmares away!
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TIPS TO MAKE BANOFFEE PUDDING
- You can use any biscuits of your choice. I have used lotus biscoff biscuits in my recipe.
- To make dulche de leche, place the condensed milk can in a large saucepan filled with water over low heat. Cook for 3 hours with the submerged can. Once completely cool, open the can and your dulce de leche is ready. A cooker can also be used. Remember to keep an eye on the water level.
- Please use fresh and perfectly rice bananas. Using squishy bananas will take away a lot of flavor and texture!
- Spread as much cream as you’d like over the pie after whipping it to stiff peaks.
BRANDS FOR THE VARIOUS INGREDIENTS IN THIS BANOFFEE PUDDING
- Biscuits- Mc Vities Digestive Biscuit/Marie Biscuit/Parle-G
- Condensed Milk- Nestle
- Chocolate- Amul Dark Chocolate
- Whipping Cream- Rich’s Whip Cream
EQUIPMENT USED FOR MAKING BANOFFEE PUDDING
This recipe really easy to make and hardly requires any equipments.
- 1 can Nestlé MILKMAID
- 20 biscoff biscuits
- 3 tbsp melted butter
- ½ cup whipped cream
- 4 bananas sliced
- Chocolate curls, for garnish
- Take a cooker filled ¾th with water and carefully place the sealed milkmaid can in the middle. Cover the cooker with a lid and whistle. Once one whistle is blown, then cook it at a low temperature for 15 minutes.
- Let the cooker cool down completely and then take out the can.
- Take the biscuits in a blender and melted butter, grind till a coarse powder is formed. Don’t grind it to a fine powder.
- Once the milkmaid is cooked and cooled completely, open the can and transfer the prepared dulce de leche into a piping bag.
- For the assembly, pour half of the biscuit mixture in the serving dish. Press the biscuit layer lightly to pack the bottom.
- Arrange the sliced bananas over it.
- Pipe a generous layer of dulce de leche over the bananas.
- Repeat the whole process one more time to create 2 layers.
- Cover the top with some whipped cream and top it up with chocolate curls, shavings and sliced bananas.
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