My good friend and sister in faith, sis K, have been showering us with home made cakes several times now. I appreciated her cakes not only because they're fresh and scrumptious but also because they look and taste better than the store-bought ones. Her cakes are so good I'm tempted to pursue baking myself. Looks like a lot of fun!
Now I am even more confused which hobbies to pursue. There's the Barbie project, my passion for reading and just very lately, my plans to venture clay crafting. But when I saw this no-bake banoffee pie in facebook, I decided to purchase some basic inexpensive tools needed for baking.
The tools needed for this "project" are:
Mixing bowls 2
Zip lock plastic
Electic hand mixer
I'm entirely zero with baking so the only tool I had in the kitchen was the zip lock plastic hehe. Luckily, Kmart has the other 3 for very cheap prices.
The ingredients for this recipe all bought from Woolies are:
Butter 1/4 cup
For the procedures:
1- pound the lady fingers into fine crumbs or at least into very small bits
2- melt the butter and mix with the lady fingers crumb
3- set the crumb into the base of the baking tray
4- drizzle the crumb base with condensed milk
5- cut bananas into thin slices and layer above the crumb
6- beat the thickened cream with the electric hand mixer until fluffy; add condensed milk to desired sweetness
7- put the cream on top to the brim of the tray
8- put 2 pieces Oreo cookies in a ziplock plastic and pound to crumbs
9- top the Oreo crumbs then cover the tray
10- finally, put in the freezer to cool :)
And then you can enjoy your very own version of banoffee pie :)
Trivia: banoffee is actually from banana and toffee (which is heated up condensed milk) but because I was too lazy to heat up the condensed milk, I decided to drizzle it as it is... hehe.