Two Ingredient Banana "Ice Cream" Pie

This cool, refreshing pie was inspired by banana pudding, which is traditionally topped with vanilla wafers. As I expected, the 'Nilla wafer crust turned out to be the perfect addition to the already decadent one ingredient banana "ice cream."  If you haven't tried eating bananas this way yet, you will be surprised at how creamy and delicious they are after being frozen and blended! Here's how to make banana ice cream pie:


4 bananas
1 store-bought 'Nilla wafer pie crust

That's it! Okay, okay...I garnished mine with whipped cream and walnut pieces, but those are optional.


Cut up bananas into slices about one inch thick and freeze in a plastic bag for at least four hours.

Blend until smooth in a food processor, mini food chopper, or blender. It's okay to add a few spoonfuls of water if you need to.

Spoon creamed bananas into pie crust and chill in the freezer for two hours before slicing.

Warning: It will not be as creamy if you leave it in the freezer indefinitely, so plan on serving it when it's ready.

frozen banana pie

banana pie with whipped cream and nuts

If you like non-dairy "banana ice cream," you may also be interested in my Two Ingredient Strawberry Banana "Ice Cream."


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