Although my taste buds is largely partial to savoury flavors, there are certain sweet goods that definitely left a remarkable memory in me. So much so that occasional cravings of it continue to haunt me. A classic example of that is the pastry dessert Banofee Pie. In the Philippines, there are a number of food establishments that serve good quality Banofee Pie. But I guess, the most readily available is that of Starbucks. I've yet to see and taste a Singapore version and sadly, up to this day I haven't tried any. Thus, to satisfy an insistent desire for this goodie, I made one at home recently. It may be too rich to have, but really it'll leave you heavenly satisfied.
What you need:
200g + 50g crushed graham crackers
1 cup melted butter
1 cup brown sugar
4 pcs banana, sliced horizontally
4 tbsp nutella spread
1 pack heavy cream, whipped
How to make:
1. Prepare the crust. Mix 200g graham crackers, butter and sugar. Press in a 9-inch pie pan. Freeze for 30 mins or until set.
2. Spread nutella onto the prepared crust. Add bananas and drizzle with some chocolate syrup.
3. Sprinkle 50g crushed graham crackers. Add whipped cream. Drizzle with some chocolate and caramel syrup. Serve.