Banoffee Recipe


  • 500g Crushed Biscuits
  • 100g Margarine (melted)
  • 300g Pure white chocolate
  • 100g Sugar
  • 100 ml Cream
  • 75g Margarine
  • 300g Pure white chocolate
  • 150 ml Cream
  • Vanilla
  • 25g Gelatin leaves
  • 2 Banana


Melt margarine and mix with the crushed biscuits. After place on the base of the intended cake.

Warm a deep pan and place the sugar in the pan slowly slowly until it turns into caramel. Meanwhile in an other pan heat the cream and mix with the melted sugar (the caramel). Sieve the content in an other pan and when it cools down to room temperature mix with the melted white chocolate. After mix it with the melted Margarine.

Melt the white chocolate and meanwhile heat the cream. Place the gelatin leaves in water, when they become softer mix with the cream until it completely dissolves. After mix it with the White chocolate. Cover the new substance with stretch and seal(touching the substance). Leave it in the refrigerator for a night. Before using it mix it with a whisk. Place the cut bananas on the base a pur the mixture on top of it.
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3 Responses to Banoffee Recipe

  1. alex says:

    I do this differently and easier in my opinion. For the toffee (or dulce del leche) I use two tins of evaporated or condensed sweetened milk. I place them in a pan of water reaching to the brim and boil them on a gentle flame for 150mins minimum. Let them cool, opern and use. For the topping I beat 1 tub of mascarpone cheese (250g) with 1 benna fresh cream tub, 3 tablespoons icing sugar and a few drops of vanilla essence or Orange water.
    First I assemble the biscuit base as above, then spread the dulce del leche onto which I cover with the banana shavings. Finally I pipe or spread the cream on top and put in the fridge.

    • Sandra Grech Cordina says:

      I do the Banoffee pie too and it is always a success. I also boil the evaporated condensed milk for one hour although lately I found that the same brand of evaporated milk I use are selling ready made caramel. The base I do it with crushed digestives, some melted butter and some whisky/brandy all blended together. Then I spread the caramel on top of the base, I cover the caramel with banana [which I would have sprayed with lemon zest before so that it lasts longer] and then I just top with whipping cream over which I then sprinkle some chocolate. I always get loads of compliments for it and it is very easy to prepare!

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