Banana Cream Pie

                                                                                                                                                                        By Sheeny

Does your boyfriend enjoy the feel of something soft and sweet and wet on his tongue? If no, dump him. If yes, whip up a sumptuous creamy yummy banana cream pie. Yes I said cream twice because it is oh so very creamy.

My diligent baking assistant was kind enough to photograph a step by step tutorial so even those of you not kitchen inclined should be able to follow along.

Remember, gather all your ingredients before you begin!


1 9 inch baked pastry shell or graham cracker crust

3 T. cornstarch

1 2/3 cup water

1 (14 oz.) can sweetened condensed milk

3 egg yolks, beaten

2 T. butter

1 tsp. vanilla extract

2 bananas sliced

In a heavy saucepan, dissolve cornstarch in water. Stir in condensed milk and egg yolks; cook and stir until thickened and bubbly.

I know, it takes forever, but just keep stirring until the pudding is really thick otherwise you will end up with pie shell full of vanilla soup.

Remove from heat, add butter and vanilla. Let cool slightly. Arrange bananas  on the bottom of pie shell, pour filling in.


Cover and chill 4 hours until set. keep refrigerated.

What to do with those long 4 hours before you can shove your face in some pie? Deep condition your hair, do an oatmeal exfoliation, and file your nails. Oh and don’t forget to clean the kitchen. Men hate an untidy kitchen.

Ok, all nice and prettied up? Time for the topping. I love homemade whipped cream the best but under the hot studio lights we had to use Cool Whip.

Well, looks like the pie has set up nicely. My assistant will just take a nice photo for the foodies among you.


Clumsy me, I seem to have splattered banana pudding and cool whip all over my bosom region.

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One Response to “Banana Cream Pie”
  1. Kristen says:

    I have a great recipe that is much quicker to make and will probably look and feel the same on yours or anyone’s boobs; it also tastes fabulous. 2 boxes of Vanilla instant pudding, skim milk, bananas,Keebler graham cracker crust. Only use half the milk required (2 cups per box = 4 cups so only use 2 cups total) and mix in the cool whip once the pudding thickens (5 min) add about half of a small container of the extra creamy cool whip. slice bananas and place them on crust then cover with pudding mixture, another layer of sliced bananas, another layer of pudding mixture then refrigerate about 4 hrs or place in the freezer until it is stiff then put a layer of just cool whip. Now it’s ready to fall on your bosoms or you can just eat it 😉

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