Starbucks' Banofee Pie ( Comfort Food Back Home)


We each have our own definition of comfort food. But one thing is certain, it's something that roots back to home. When we went for a vacation last April in the Philippines, I made sure that I'll be able to relish some great old goodies. One of which is Starbucks' Banofee Pie. This pie is definitely sinful and rich, yet so comforting particularly with a glass of your favorite hot drink on the side. The look of this pie can be actually deceiving. You'd think that a forkful is more than enough to satiate you. But the truth is, its entirety will have you in complete sweet surrender. I can vouch for its goodness that you'd totally forget about calorie counters for a while. I'm currently craving for it and severely wishing that it's also available here in the lion city. Since that's quite far from reality at the moment; I can only head to the nearest supermarket, grab some ingredients and make my own version at home. Although I don't have the exact recipe of it, I'll try my best to capture the taste as far as my memory can recall.

Banofee Pie a la Our Taste of Life - How to make:

Prepare the base by combining crushed graham crackers with melted butter and sugar. Layer on to the base some sliced bananas and tofee caramel or nutella spread. Top it with whipped cream, chocolate syrup and caramel.

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Alisa said…
This is also one of my favorites in Starbucks and I love that you have a recipe for it.I found you from the foodie blog roll and I'd love to guide Foodista readers to your site. I hope you could add this banoffee pie widget at the end of this post so we could add you in our list of food bloggers who blogged about banoffee pie,Thanks!

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