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#1 Old 10-09-2004, 10:14 PM
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Banana Fudge Pie by Bobsy

Category: Desserts - Pies

This recipe is suitable for a: vegetarian/vegan diet.




1 1/2 cups crushed vegan biscuits (ginger nuts, digestives, etc)

2 Tbsp Oil

2 Medium - Large Bananas

Banana Nice Cream:

3-4 Medium - Large Frozen Bananas

2 Tbsp Peanut butter

Frozen Carob Fudge:

1/2 cup water

6 Tbsp Carob Powder

4-5 Tbsp dry sweetner

4-5 Tbsp Peanut butter

Carob Sundae Sauce:

1/2 cup water

4 Tbsp carob powder

2-3 Tbsp dry or liquid sweetener

3 heaped Tbsp peanut butter



The day before (or at least a good few hours):

Freeze 3 -4 bananas in 1-inch chunks.

Prepare the Frozen Carob Fudge by blending all the ingredients together, pouring it into a shallow container and freezing it.


Crush the biscuits in a blender and mix together with the oil. Press this into base of two lightly greased or non-stick pie pans (or one large--10 inch--one if your freezer has room for it).

Slice the 2 bananas and layer the pieces on the bases. Spoon small chunks of the Frozen Carob Fudge and layer the pieces between the bananas. Use about half a cup of the fudge in total and put the rest back in the freezer to be enjoyed at a later date

Make Banana Nice Cream by blending the frozen banana chunks with 2 tbsp peanut butter. Use a bit of water or soymilk if your blender has trouble, or try defrosting them for a little while until they are a bit softer (I do this on the 'defrost' setting on the microwave for a few seconds--keep an eye on them! You don't want them to get too soft).

Spread the Nice Cream over the layered banana and fudge.

Make the Carob Sundae Sauce by blending together all the ingredients, and then drizzle about a third of the sauce over the pies. Save the remaining two thirds in the fridge for later.

Put the pies in the freezer.

Additional comments:


Defrost in the fridge for a few minutes before serving (up to 30 minutes if they are frozen hard) and serve with the Carob Sundae Sauce.

This recipe looks like it has a lot of stages, but really it's hard to go wrong. It tastes decadent, while being relatively healthy.

If you have a very sweet tooth, you may want to add more sweetener to the Fudge and Sundae Sauce.

You'll also have quite a bit of Fudge left over (though feel free to use more in the pies if you want), but it's good to eat on its own straight from the freezer If you don't want much fudge left over, just halve the quantities under the fudge heading.

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