Banana Fluffernutter Pie is an almost no bake dessert recipe baked in a chocolate graham cracker crust and filled with luscious marshmallow and peanut butter cream topped with fresh bananas. This is a banana pie recipe you don’t want to miss!
I love the holidays! The decorations, the time spent with family, and of course, the FOOD! There are so many amazing Thanksgiving recipes and Christmas recipes every where I look. Lucky for my I have at least 3 Christmas parties as well as dinner with the family so I have lots of excuses to try out new holiday dessert recipes. I have my old stand-bys, the BEST Coconut Cake recipe courtesy of my grandma, and Cranberry Fluff, also from her recipe box (grandma made some awesome desserts!), but I’ve also started adding some of my own easy dessert recipes to the mix including this amazing Banana Fluffernutter Pie!
The pictures don’t do this almost no bake dessert justice. It’s made with three of my favorite dessert ingredients, chocolate, peanut butter, and bananas. Oh! make that 4 of my favorites because it also has marshmallow cream in it and I love that stuff! My guy always requests a banana cream pie for …well anytime I ask him what he wants for dessert, and I love making them for him but I always want to try new things and that’s how I ended up with a Banana Fluffernutter Pie filled with a luscious fluffernutter, made from peanut butter and marshmallow cream, inside of a crisp chocolate graham cracker crust, topped with a beautiful spiral of fresh sliced bananas.
I know that presentation can look a little intimidating but I promise you the whole thing is super simple to make. The crust is a simple mix of crushed chocolate graham crackers and melted butter that is patted firmly into an 11-inch tart pan and baked for 10 minutes. The filling is peanut butter and marshmallow cream beaten together with whipped topping and a little gelatin folded in. The gelatin helps the filling hold it’s shape. You fill the cooled crust and put it in refrigerator for at least an hour or overnight if you want to make your Banana Fluffernutter Pie ahead of time.
The thing with bananas is they change colors once they hit the air so you have two options to keep your bananas from turning brown. You can slice the bananas and dip them in a lemon water solution (make sure to pat them dry before putting them on your pie!), or slice the bananas just before you are ready to serve. That’s what I do. It only take a few minutes to slice them up and place them on the Banana Fluffernutter pie and once it’s on the table it disappears fast!
- 18 crackers Chocolate graham cracker (~18) Honey Maid chocolate Graham Crackers, finely ground
- 10 tbsp Butter , melted
- 1/2 c Peanut butter
- 1 c Marshmallow cream
- 3 c Whipped cream or whipped topping
- 1 packet Unflavored gelatin
- 5 Bananas
- 1 tbsp Caramel
- 1 tbsp Chocolate
Preheat oven to 350 °F
Use a food processor to finely grind graham crackers
Mix graham cracker crumbs and melted butter and press it into 11" tart pan
Bake at 350 °F for 10 minutes
Remove crust from oven and cool completely
Mix marshmallow cream and peanut butter together
Sprinkle gelatin package into whipped cream and fold in peanut butter mix gently
Pour mixture into cooled graham cracker crust and spread it out evenly
Place in refrigerator for 1-2 hours to set
Remove pie from refrigerator and place bananas around the top then drizzle with chocolate and caramel
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