Mini Banoffee Pies

Buffy from begoodorganics has lovingly created this recipe for Mini Banoffee Pies. We are excited to be able to share this with you. Happy baking banana lovers.

Bases: Blend chia seeds to a flour, then add oats and blend again to a flour. Add all other ingredients except walnuts and blend until sticky, then add walnuts and pulse on low until roughly chopped but still with some texture.

Line a muffin tray with biodegradable wrap (wet the tray slightly to help it stick), then place 3-4tbsp of mixture in each casing. Press carefully to create 10 pie bases.

Chocolate Layer: Melt cacao butter, then whisk in remaining ingredients, and pour ½-1tsp of chocolate sauce inside each pie base, spreading out flat – place in fridge to set.


Caramel: blend all ingredients in a high-speed blender until super smooth and creamy, scraping down the sides if needed. Pour a few tablespoons into each pie case, using a spoon to swirl the caramel into place. Place in freezer to set.


Bananas & cream: Take the top cream layer off two cans of coconut cream, and whisk in a bowl with a fork until thick and fluffy. Slice All Good Bananas thinly on an angle, and place banana slices concentrically on each pie, then top with a dollop of cream on each.


Topping: Slice a bar of dark chocolate into flakes, and sprinkle a few on the top of the cream. Place in the fridge for at least an hour preferably 2-3 for all the layers to set together.

About Buffy

Since 2013, Buffy from Be Good Organics has been sharing her love for plant-based, whole foods. She focuses on a holistic approach to health, combining plant-based nutrition with organic living, a strong love for animals, and a passion for improving the state of our planet. 


To see more recipes from Buffy, click the link www.begoodorganics.com 

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