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Raw Banana Cream Pie

I am a big fan of bananas. They are loaded with potassium, B6 and fiber. They are also extremely portable, as they come with their own carrying case that is very easy to discard (yes, I am referring to the peel). I had a couple of ripe bananas sitting on the counter just begging to be turned into something wonderful. The walnut crust and touch of chocolate are the perfect compliments to the banana infused filling. This banana cream pie recipe makes four 4-inch tarts. You can order the tart pans here: 4″ tart pans.



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  1. Heather wrote on January 29, 2010

    Oh yum! Bananas are one of my favorites, too! I can’t wait to try this one, it looks amazing!

  2. El wrote on January 29, 2010

    How can you go wrong with Bananas Cream? Beautiful

  3. kim g. wrote on January 28, 2010

    This looks amazing! I can get young coconuts where I live, but my problem is that I’m too intimidated to cut them open. I’ll have to check the Asian markets for frozen. One question – I have virgin coconut oil, does that work as oil when melted and as butter when solid? Or is coconut butter a separate product? Thank you!

    • Susan wrote on January 28, 2010

      I am going to post today or tomorrow on how to open a coconut. It really is easy once you know how. Also will be addressing the difference between coconut butter and coconut oil!

  4. Marty wrote on January 27, 2010

    I agree with RawSierra – what are possible substitutions for coconut meat as an ingredient.

    • Susan wrote on January 27, 2010

      I don’t know of anything that you can substitute. You could try local Asian markets. Sometimes they even carry frozen young coconut flesh. You can order them online but the cost is very high. I have seen them on amazon for 26.00 for three.

  5. Lee wrote on January 27, 2010

    Wow, this really looks fantastic. Any chance you’ll feature it in an upcoming class? 🙂 Great picture, can’t wait to try cooking this stuff.

  6. Melissa wrote on January 27, 2010

    This looks absolutely amazing! I cannot wait to try it. I consume a lot of bananas too..especially when it comes to my green smoothies! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Patricia Robinett wrote on January 27, 2010

    yep, she is a culinary goddess. SUSAN is amazing… an artist and a gourmet. i think i’ve burned out on nuts, tho, so i am enjoying simple raw, living foods… plenty of fruit & greens. my most complicated recipe now is for pecan pie: one date spread flat, pecans to cover. eat. hahaha…

  8. Gena wrote on January 27, 2010

    Woman. You are a culinary goddess.


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