Dark Chocolate and Caramelized Banana Pie



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  • on November 04, 2012


    Very yummy! Hard to believe there is tofu in it! I highly recommend.
    Note: there are a plethora of discrepancies in the recipe and what she did on the show. For the crust, she used unsweetened coconut, not sweetened, and 1/2 cup, not 1/4 cup, pulverized almonds. She used a 7" "pie mold" which looked like a tart pan, not a 9" pie pan. For the bananas, she used 2, not 3, and, as another reviewer noted, she broiled them for a few minutes on the top rack. She did not bake them and she did not use parchment paper, which will burn under the broiler. Watch the video if there is a still a link to it with the recipe!
    C'mon, be true to Queen Nadia, web page people!

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  • on September 30, 2012


    I made this almost exactly like the recipe. However, when making the crust, there wasn't enough to push up on the edges (and I used a 9" pan. So I doubled the crust recipe, and pushed it up on the edges. Once baked, it didn't seem to make much of a rim. But it didn't matter, as the pie came out perfect! Only had to broil the bananas about 5-7 minutes. 10 minutes and the burned (had to re-do them. I used cocoa butter for the first time. Expensive, but tasty stuff. It was a hit for my dinner party (and non of us vegan!. Success - hurray! I would just request that the chocolate be more definitive: what percent cocoa? Ideally chocolate in ounces or grams rather than in cups.

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  • on May 25, 2012


    I baked my bananas, and they were just mushy and sticky... tastes like dehydrated bananas... not good eats. I used soft tofu, and added some whipping cream; thought it needed a little dairy taste since I am not a vegan... it is in the fridge now, I can't wait to eat it!!! :D

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  • on January 30, 2012


    I loved this recipe but did a couple of modifications because I love me some dairy!! I subbed cream cheese for the tofu and used regular milk. Also, on the show when she prepared the bananas, she broiled them. On this recipe it says to bake. I would absolutely recommend the broiling. The baking made the bananas discolored and dry. I was confused when I read the recipe but thought maybe I had heard wrong. I later when back and reviewed the show, she did say broil. Other than that, it was very rich and you only need a small piece to feel satisfied! I loved it!!!

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