A truly decadent dessert for those long dark winter nights. This Baileys chocolate banana pie has a dark chocolate biscuit base which is covered in thinly sliced bananas. On top of this goes a mixture of yogurt and cream with a dash of Baileys.
On New Year’s Day, we were off to visit friends for a feast by the fire. Something special was required. I had some bananas that needed using up and some odds and ends of chocolate that I wanted to finish off. I also had two 180ml pots of Baileys Extra Thick Cream I’d been sent in order to try out in a recipe. So my Baileys Choconana Pie was born.
Bailey’s Chocolate Banana Pie
The Baileys cream is fresh cream, but with a few additional ingredients. I was expecting Baileys but was a little surprised at the addition of sugar and starch. I would have thought the Baileys would be enough of a sweetener on its own. However, as it was already thick, it was easy to use with no need for whipping.
It tasted as I expected: sweet cream with a hefty dose of Baileys – decidedly moreish. Baileys cream makes an excellent accompaniment to many a festive pud or mince pie, but it’s also good as an ingredient in its own right. It’s not difficult to make your own though. Just whip up some cream with a dash of Baileys. Job done. If you feel it needs sweetening up, just add a spoonful or two of sugar before you start whipping.
The pie was of course indulgent and delicious. But really this is exactly what we need to celebrate the New Year.
If you’re keen on the odd drop of Baileys, here’s another indulgent dessert you might like. It’s this easy Baileys marbled chocolate ice cream with Baileys chocolate sauce.
Other No Bake Pies You Might Like
- Banoffee pie
- Chocolate cashew pie
- Chocolate key lime pie
- Coconut cream pie
- Lime chocolate cheesecake surprise
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Baileys Chocolate Banana Pie – The Recipe
Bailey’s Chocolate Banana Pie
- 8 oz digestive biscuits
- 2 oz unsalted butter
- 100 g dark chocolate (plus a little extra for grating)
- 360 ml Baileys extra thick cream or use extra thick cream with a slug or two of Baileys stirred into it.
- 360 ml Greek yoghurt
- 2 bananas
- Melt the butter and chocolate over a low heat.
- Bash the digestive biscuits until crumbed (I do mine in a bowl with the end of a rolling pin).
- Combine the chocolate and biscuit mixture by stirring well and pour into a 9″ flan or shallow pie dish. Press down firmly with the back of a spoon to line the dish both bottom and sides. Place in the fridge to set for 30 minutes or so.
- Slice the bananas thinly and lay over the chocolate base to cover.
- Stir the cream and yogurt together and spoon over the bananas.
- Grate a little dark chocolate over the top to decorate.
As I had rather a lot of bananas that needed using up and this was also a good excuse to tidy up up my chocolate shelf, I am submitting this pie to Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary for her No Waste Food Challenge.
This Baileys chocolate banana pie made us all very happy. So I’m entering it into Calendar Cakes over at Dolly Bakes where the theme is If it makes you happy …
I was sent two pots of Baileys Cream to use in a recipe. There was no requirement to write a positive review. As always, all opinions are my own.