Cook with Lauren - Banoffee Pie

on Saturday, 12 December 2015. Posted in Wellbeing, Nutrition


This completely natural dessert is rich tasting and incredibly easy to make!

Wow your friends and family with this nutritious version of what is traditionally a very unhealthy dessert.

Best of all you make make it ahead of time for easy entertaining.

It slices and serves well and is sure to impress!

See the full recipe here.

Please feel free to share this with the people you love.

For more Cook with Lauren videos check out;

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Delicious Chocolate Mousse

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With love,



Comments (4)

  • Helene Henderson

    Helene Henderson

    13 December 2015 at 06:56 |
    Wow! This desert is so delicious, nutritious, and super easy and quick to make! This is one of my go to deserts to make for any dinner party, birthday or Christmas! I like it because it is super healthy and not as rich and sickly as the full caramel banoffee pies! I enjoy making it as it is so easy in the food processor and you can make it ahead of time, and even pop it in the freezer if you want to be super organised! Favourite desert recipe by far! Thank you Lauren! A+++++
    • Lauren Parsons

      Lauren Parsons

      18 December 2015 at 19:46 |
      You are so welcome Helene! Its funny you mention freezing it as well, that is exactly what I have done this year for Christmas, dessert is all made and ready to go (2 banoffee pies in the freezer!)
  • Sharon


    16 December 2015 at 06:23 |
    Hey Lauren, I have made this a few times now since you first made it for us and each time it has been amazing and others always enjoy it. I have run out of cashews (hubby ate too many snacks) and put in almonds instead. It seemed to work fine. don't know if that changed anything too much. Thanks again - I love it!
  • Lauren Parsons

    Lauren Parsons

    18 December 2015 at 19:49 |
    Glad you have enjoyed it Sharon! Yes almonds could substitute in well. They don't become quite as 'creamy' but will still work fine! Great to hear you've made it several times with success!

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