|by Louise Spilsbury|
This title is part of a series that introduces young readers to key foods, looking at how they reach our plate, and what they provide nutritionally.
1 - 10 of about 920 for banana pie
In the top ... in vanilla (or banana flavoring or liqueur ... bottom of prebaked pie crust (or a ... your oven so watch carefully. Serve warm or chilled.
Combine milk and ... butter and vanilla, then allow to cool. Slice bananas into a baked pie crust. Cover with cream filling and serve with whipped cream.
Line a pie dish with 9-inch ... cup sliced ripe bananas. Transfer Jell-O ... 83.95IU Vitamin A, .06mcg Vitamin B12, 13.93mg Vitamin C, 1.32IU Vitamin D.
Mix the pudding ... the liquor or banana extract, combining well. ... bottom of the pie crust. Spread mixture ... additional Cool Whip and banana slices.
In heavy saucepan, ... slightly. Slice 2 bananas; dip in ... banana; dip in lemon juice, drain and garnish top of pie. Refrigerate leftovers. Serving Size: 6
Layer the bananas in thin slices ... the crust and bananas. Then lay wafer cookies over the pudding. Cover the top with whipped cream, then refrigerate.
29% calorie reduction ... than inverted 9-inch pie plate. Ease pastry ... pie crust. Arrange banana slices in single ... 12 packets Equal® sweetener. Equal
Spread 3 tablespoons syrup over bottom of pie crust. Top with half of bananas. In a ... Refrigerate until set, 2 hours. Top with remaining whipped topping.
In a large ... until smooth. Slice bananas thinly, spread evenly ... whipped topping over pie. Chill 8 ... before serving. Decadent, but lo-cal and lo-fat.
39% calorie reduction ... than inverted 9-inch pie plate. Ease pastry ... Meanwhile, combine chopped bananas and lemon juice. ... 30 packets Equal® sweetener. Equal
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