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July 17, 2007



I LOVE that you and Nicole are such buddies. It's great when two people you really like, like each other. (Hi Nicole!)

And by the way, those ingredients sound yum-a-roo!


I'm not much of a banana fan, but damn, that looks good!!


i made that pie two weeks ago
and the next day it was gone
my husband attacked it

it is good
but i did not like the banana too much i think i waited for the banana to get TOO RIPE


You have so made my day! I'm really glad you and Will enjoyed the pie. It's perfect, British flag or not. xo

(ps - Hi Katey!!)


Just reading the words "white chocolate" and "banana" and "cinnamon" and "caramel" in the same sentence is making me weak in the knees. I fear that actually eating them all together would cause me to temporarily lose my vision.

But I will press on. Because I am brave.


Can you switch Oreo pie crust for something else? - no such thing here.


Sounds delic'

I'll have to give it a try!



I'm inspired. A pie I don't have to bake! Perfection!


I'm delurking to tell you I made this pie and it saved the day for my boyfriend and I and his family. We went out to a restaurant that had switched owners and the food was terrible! When we got home I offered everybody the pie and it was a hit! Thanks! I love your blog btw too!


I'd have to say that you can improve this recipe by adding one five-year-old helper. I did! :)


Cinnamon Toothpicks

Try using real Cinnamon in your recipes. The Cinnamon that we buy in the US is actually Cassia.

Cassia has a chemical called coumarin which could be toxic. Please click the below link to read more.


Michaela Madeleine

Oh, Dear!

Bananas + Caramel + Chocolate! It should be really delicious!

Michaela Madeleine

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