Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Cream Pie

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  1. MMM, do you make breakfast deliveries? πŸ˜‰

  2. thebrookcook says:

    I LOVE the somethin’-somethin’!! πŸ™‚

  3. Oh so lovely words, thank you Angie! πŸ™‚
    And that from such a creative blogger! I love your cake!! It looks absolutely stunning. Really like you’re having very special guests. The somethin is really something, they look perfect! πŸ™‚ Happy Fiesta Friday #26!

    • You’re welcome, Tina! I just bought mangoes, so I can try your scrumptious recipe. Sounds so YUM!

      I’m glad you like the somethin’-somethin’. They’re for you! πŸ™‚ Happy FF26!

  4. Looking good, Angie! How can you go wrong with bananas and chocolate and Nutella and vanilla pudding! Makes me want to skip bkfast altogether and head straight for dessert!

  5. Oh YUM! This post is not going to help me tame my sweet tooth….!!

  6. Gosh, that looks good Angie!!

  7. Angie, this Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Cream Pie looks absolutely divine πŸ™‚ Happy Fiesta and Happy weekend too πŸ™‚

  8. PigLove says:

    PIGGY DOWN – THUD! OMP (oh my piggy!) This picture – chocolate peanut butter banana cream pie – I have to admit – I licked my computer screen! XOXO – Bacon

  9. How is it possible to do not love everything you do? Banana and Nutella is a winning mix, but, as always you made it better! Have a great we Angie, with this cake it won’t be hard…

  10. Martina says:

    I love this recipe. It looks soooo delicious!

  11. Incredible as always honey xx

  12. nancyc says:

    What a beautiful pie!

  13. Wow Angie, that pie is just beautiful and I love the little chocolate decorations. Love banana cream pie and chocolate yes please.

  14. Erika says:

    Wow! Angie, you went above and beyond with this dessert!

  15. Oooo I love those little chocolate flowers! You could probably have put those on a rotten peach and I would have thought “Wooowwww, Angie is soooo talented!” They’d make everything beautiful, and they make your pretty pie oh-so-glamorous!

    • It doesn’t hurt to go the extra mile and add a little somethin’-somethin’ to your dishes, right? All of a sudden, bam, people think you’re so brilliant. Hahaha…. tha’s my strategy, anyway. Thanks, Lina! <3

  16. I really really like the look of this I don’t think I can do those twirly choccie things people would say I’m showing off but you do it beautifully
    Not showing off that is πŸ˜€

    • I was so showing off! πŸ™‚ It’s good sometimes to go the extra mile and take something ordinary to the next level. It’s just an ordinary pie, but I fooled people into thinking it’s something special with the choccie things, haha…

      Btw, so sorry about Splodge. I was having internet problems (was traveling) and wasn’t able to post my comment, but I want you to know I was thinking of you. <3

      • awe thank you re splodge, i figured you must be out of reach, your words and thoughts are appreciated.

        And yes you were showing off, i mean it was simply stunning and i want it, its one of those dishes I need to psyche myself up to attempt lol

  17. Gorgeous looking pie and those chocolate decorations are the perfect finishing touch! Have you noticed how all the dishes in this week’s post are desserts? Definitely my sort of party πŸ˜‰
    Thank you so much Angie and Hilda for your kind words and for featuring my cakes. You have created such a friendly and supportive gang of party goers. From lovely feedback to tips about WordPress tags… It’s such a pleasure to join in.

    • Well, what do you know? They’re ALL desserts! Lol, I must have been craving sweets, which is not at all a shock :-).

      You definitely deserve the feature. Those cakes are beyootiful, and oh, the edible gold is just so stunning. Now I want to gild everything! So glad you’re enjoying the party, Chava. It’s out pleasure to have YOU! <3

  18. Kaila511 says:

    I love the chocolate toppings! They’re so cute (perfect or not). And no-cook desserts are the best. Hopefully, you don’t need to turn that oven on for awhile to stay nice and cool! Thanks for hosting as always, and have a wonderful weekend. πŸ˜€

    • It was on briefly just to heat the crust. Probably not even necessary. I’d skip the step next time. I don’t think it adds anything. In fact, I prefer crumbly crust. So glad you like the decorations. They’re fun to make! πŸ™‚

  19. Jhuls says:

    As always, I drooled over at the gorgeous photos. πŸ˜€
    Congrats on the features and thanks for the link back, Angie. <3
    And hello, co-hosts. πŸ˜€

  20. You are the best Angie! Who else would go to all the effort of putting on this fab weekly shindig? Congrats to all the features – sorry I missed last week but I was having a weekend off from the blog and social media and enjoying myself at a big weekend party away. I will be joining in this party little later – see you then…

    • Okay, will see you in a bit. I enjoy parties so it’s no biggie to put this together weekly. Isn’t it liberating to be off social media sometimes? I may be off next week myself. Will do more traveling. πŸ™‚

  21. Beautiful. Just gorgie..(gorgeous in Prudy’s terms..) I LOVE this chocolate banana cream pie with the pretty little chocolate tinkly poos on top!!
    You are awesome. Awesome, awesome, AWESOME.
    Love the post.
    Love the pie.
    Love you.
    I’m so excited to be back…and co-hosting with the lovely Jess from Cooking is my Sport! WooHOO!! Thank you, Angie, for giving me this wonderful opportunity… it’s going to be a blast!!
    <3 xoxo <3

    • I’m all excited myself, Prudy! You and Jess will rock this party! πŸ™‚

      I’m glad you like the little somethin’-somethin’ on top of the pie. Or as you call them, the little tinkly poos. I like your description better! Love ya, Prudy! <3

  22. Lisa says:

    Happy Fiesta Friday, Angie! Hello to co-hosts Prudy (yay!!) and Jess! This banana pie looks perfect for an upcoming potluck! And I have most the ingredients already! Yum! As always, thanks for inviting me to the party πŸ™‚ Lisa

    • Great having you here, Lisa! For a potluck, I would suggest chocolate milk in place of dark chocolate, and add more bananas. I was sampling as I went along and didn’t fill as much as I should. Yah, you have to sample your bananas, to make sure they’re perfectly ripe! πŸ™‚

  23. saucygander says:

    Ah Angie, you make me laugh. And you bring banana chocolate cream pie. No wonder you are my favourite party thrower. I also bring food this week, must be getting life back into a routine post travels, woo!

    Sir Johnny is, apparently, not blogging for a while as he tries to get into self hosting. Or something. So I might ask Margot to co-host unless you have another suggestion? In the meantime I’m off to party!!

    • I haven’t seen Sir’s post in a long time. So that’s why. Good to know at least he’s not off forever. Please do ask Margot! I would love to have her as a co-host.

      Good to see you get back into your routines. I’m still all over the place. Another trip coming up in a week, so it’ll be wonderful if you and Margot can co-host next week. Drop me a note. But first, let’s party! πŸ™‚

  24. Aditi says:

    That banana cream pie looks absolutely yum! I am so with you on no bake desserts for summer. πŸ™‚ Those chocolate somethings are indeed very cute and add such a wonderful finish to the pie.

  25. nimmiafzal says:

    Wow Angie Dear… This pie is awesome!! Loved it ?!! Bookmarked it ..planning to try soon!!
    Happy FF ?

  26. MadAvocado says:

    That banana cream pie looks criminally good! Things like those don’t ship so well overseas, do they..? πŸ™‚ Also my first Fiesta Friday – happy to be taking part!

  27. acasadisimi says:

    That banana cream pie looks absolutely yum! Happy Fiesta Friday Angie!!!!

  28. Malar says:

    The pie looks too good Angie , so lovely !! It makes me drool πŸ˜€

  29. Your chocolate peanut butter banana cream pie looks so amazing, Angie! And while it looks so complicated to make, your recipe sounds so simple! And all that banana! It looks so good. I can’t wait to give this a try. =)

  30. milkandbun says:

    Wow, Angie! You really made it? Looks superb! And decoration is made very carefully, wonderful!!!

  31. Michelle says:

    Yum! That pie looks amazing!

  32. annareid1 says:

    Your pie looks wonderful! And I love the chocolate decorations!

  33. A.M.B. says:

    Yum! What a beautiful pie. I’d have to omit the peanuts (my kids aren’t allergic, but they seem to think that peanuts are poisonous), but otherwise, this looks like a recipe I’d try at home. Thanks!

    • Thank you! You can substitute with walnuts or almonds. The salty crushed nuts do add to the overall taste. The peanut butter you can leave completely but you will have to add maybe cream to the chocolate, or else it’ll be too dense. I actually think it’s too dense even with the peanut butter. Good luck trying to convince your twins peanuts are okay. They sound so adorable. They ARE adorable! πŸ™‚

      • A.M.B. says:

        Thanks! I bet I could sneak in the peanut butter (as long as my girls didn’t see the jar; they’re really not allergic to it!) because it’s mixed with chocolate. The crushed peanuts would be too obvious, though.

  34. Cathy says:

    That pie looks amaaaaazing! πŸ™‚ Love the selection this week – anything that doesn’t need the oven on for too long is great at this time of year! πŸ˜‰

    • Thanks, Cathy! I hear ya, it’s too hot to have the oven on too long. Your garden seems to take it in stride. Mine is looking a little raggedy. Btw, one of these days I’ll have to post my perennial border. It looks so much like yours (your Tuesday views) but not as pretty, of course. πŸ™‚

  35. Love it! Of course you would add the Doo dads to the top – only you. When I see banana cream pie, I always think of my Dad. (Check out my post “thoughts of Dad” if you are curious why- it was written in January or February). Anyways, I think he would enjoy this very much. In fact, perhaps I will make it for him and send it to him. Thanks Angie for being a great hostess.

    • The doo dads were the most fun to make! I’ll check that post right away. if you make this for your dad, I’d suggest adding more bananas (it needs more, IMO) and substituting the dark chocolate with milk (son said dark wasn’t sweet enough) and maybe add more peanut butter. It was a little too dense. Thanks for being here! You’re the one who makes all this fun! <3

      • Dad would notice none of suggested alterations so I might make as is. He is having hip surgery next week in Arizona and it will be his “recovery pie “. Wgst is IMO?

  36. Oh dear Angie, where are you? You have become sporadic. I miss you. Have you recuperated from your vacation yet?
    You make even a ‘supposedly’ simple dessert into such a beauty. I love desserts that has surprise tastes in every bite. Gorgeous! πŸ˜›

    • I haven’t been home much lately. After that vacation, we went on another weekend trip, then there were get-togethers with friends, etc. In a week’s time, I’m going on another trip. Las Vegas and Palm Springs, maybe LA. 8 days or so. Then, there’ll be visitors from out of town. Phew….I’m tired just thinking about it! πŸ™‚

      Thanks, Fae! This was a very good pie, but there’s room for improvements. <3

  37. OMG, looks delicious!! πŸ™‚

  38. chefjulianna says:

    Wow, wow, wow, Angie! You rock! You are indeed the most thoughtful, creative, talented, nice, amazing host….but then again maybe I’m just trying to butter you up so I can have a GIANT piece of this gorgeous pie! Uh oh, now I’m in the mood to make dessert too! Yikes! Great post, my dear! πŸ˜€

  39. Oh my this looks yummylicious…..looks like a lovely treat…..just can’t wait to bring this in my kitchen…..awesome

  40. Beautiful dessert Angie! I need to start baking, you guys are killing me with all these fabulous desserts! Happy FF!

  41. Suchitra says:

    Angie, love the chocolate peanut butter banana cream pie. It truly is a super easy dessert. Love the chocolate decorations on it.

  42. Chocolate and peanut butter- it doesn’t get any better than that!! thanks for letting me participate in the link party for the first time. enjoy the weekend!

  43. Wow. Just reading about this incredible pudding had me salivating!

  44. Ahila says:

    That’s a delicious pie, Angie, and I love the chocolate decorations. Thanks for sharing it and have a great weekend! πŸ™‚

  45. M-R says:

    I give up. You bloody women are determined to make me fat. Ter.
    How DARE you post recipes like … most of those ?! :-} Sighh …
    Still, Angie, there are one or two that don’t cause me to turn my head firmly away; and for those I thank you.
    I have no idea how all of you are normal-sized !
    πŸ˜€

    • Who’s saying I’m normal, size or anything else? πŸ™‚ Besides, fat is a state of mind, so they say. Can someone tell me what that means?

      Glad to know there are recipes you like from FF. Next up, vegan green chia quinoa wheat healthy thing. Would you like that? πŸ™‚

      • M-R says:

        I was just boringly whingeing at Chitra http://wp.me/p4sVLC-sj on the topic of the limitations of my pantry, Angie … It is so very limited that many recipes are beyond my means on account of my not having either hardware (as in Chitra’s recipe there) or ingredients. And I simply can’t keep buying what are, to me, rather exotic ingredients, because I’ll never use them enough. I represent all those who live alone and have only one or two friends locally, you see.
        There. I have finished bitching and feeling sorry for myself. Pro tem. πŸ˜‰

  46. radhikasethi says:

    These look quite sinful Angie! Love the cute chocolate decorations along with yum pie! Happy Fiesta Friday and admire the great work you are doing! ?

    • Thank you so much, Radhika! I’m so glad to get your approval. Happy FF to you, too! So thrilled to have you at the party mingling with us. πŸ™‚

      • radhikasethi says:

        Aww, I’m quite humbled!
        You’re doing such a brilliant job at FF dear. Kudos to you!
        I’m a bit new to blogging and took me a while but I am having fun at your parties and it has been great meeting other people! πŸ™‚

  47. So beautifully presented… as always Angie! Sounds delicious.

  48. I bake something nearly everyday, and put oven on. It’s not that hot in Northern Ireland, but still I get way too hot in the kitchen!! Cold dessert without any heat is good idea in summer. πŸ™‚ Thanks for FF again. I came empty handed this week (again! sorry), but I’ll look around what others bring. πŸ™‚

    • You’re a cafe, so it’s understandable. I think maybe I should buy one of those small convection ovens so I won’t have to turn on the big oven in the summer. πŸ™‚

      You can still party with us even if you didn’t bring anything. πŸ™‚

  49. You keep on tooting that horn superstar, it looks fab!!!! ???

  50. I know this taste delicious Angie. Bananas, chocolate, and peanut butter. These kinds of desserts make it hard to move away from dairy in my diet.

    • Robin says:

      I can’t have dairy anymore either.

      Vanilla pudding replacement
      2 cups of your favorite milk alternative (soy, almond, coconut, ect.)
      1/2 a cup sugar (less if the milk is sweetened)
      1/4 cup corn starch (extra if you want if firmer).
      Put all that on the stove at medium to high. stir it until it has ticked up.
      take it off the heat and add 1 teaspoon of vanilla.

      This pudding can be served warm, cooled, with other flavorings, as a pie filling. I use this basic recipe for a lot.
      Like, replace half the liquid with OJ and add the zest of one orange. cool, put in a bow, top with gauche and yummm.

    • Thanks, Gerard! I was going to suggest substitutions but looks like Robin took care of that and her recommendations are spot on! πŸ™‚

  51. Arl's World says:

    I know you made this especially for me Angie! πŸ™‚ I mean all my favorites. Chocolate, peanut butter and in a pie …what more could one want. It looks beautiful too!!

    • Of course! I’m so glad you could read between the lines. Didn’t want to say in the post, and make the other guests feel slighted, you know, but yes, all for you! haha… Thanks, Arlene! <3

  52. Fab recipe Angie! Easy and yum!

  53. Loretta says:

    How beautiful Angie! Love those little critters on top :))

  54. huntfortheverybest says:

    it looks delicious!

  55. sarahgiebens says:

    Wow Angie! I love that pie of yours! It looks incredible and I’m sure it tastes like that as well! πŸ˜€ Such beautiful photographs… Mouthwatering.
    Happy Fiesta Friday!

  56. Robin says:

    Such a wonderfully balanced pie. I made it and do recommend.
    My personnel alterations were: i used a, gluten free, pot au choux crust and vegan vanilla pudding. that way everyone in my household could enjoy it.

  57. So hard to go wrong with peanut butter and chocolate – and then factor in bananas – absolute bliss. I nearly came to the party with chocolate peanut butter granola but then I thought – heck I can’t take granola to a party – so I stayed home and was sad. I should have brought it along for those that had to stay overnight! πŸ˜‰

  58. Shari says:

    Your pie looks incredible, Angie! I love pie anyway, but the combination of peanut butter, chocolate, and banana is over the top delicious. What a great idea! Love the decorations, too. So pretty!

  59. ChgoJohn says:

    OK. You know how much I enjoy and appreciate your Fiesta Fridays. Even so, today I was pretty much blinded by this pie of yours. It’s incredible and reminds me of a banana cream pie that Mom made — only hers lacked chocolate.That’s what puts yours over th top, in my eyes. So, go ahead and toot your own horn. You’ve earned the right. πŸ™‚

  60. This is just beautiful!!

  61. saucygander says:

    Angie! Am I co-hosting this coming Friday? I’ve asked Margot and she’s up for it. If it’s next week that should be fine too, just let us know? (Just about getting organised again!)

  62. apsara says:

    You’re truly a genius, Angie. What an awesome combination! Love the tutorial on the decoration too. Sounds so easy, I should try it!

  63. Oh my goodness… thanks so much for featuring my ice cream cake! I’m so glad you enjoyed it! I LOVE Fiesta Fridays πŸ™‚

  64. C.e. says:

    You are truly an artist in the kitchen. Your stunning creations and photographs are absolutely astounding. I’m so inspired ~

  65. Lori says:

    Your pie looks amazing Angie!! And so fun that my little pops for Jhuls were featured! πŸ˜€ <3 Thanks for your super sweet words!!

  66. litadoolan says:

    Blissful creations! The colours of these sweet delights are beautiful.

  67. Sophie33 says:

    I made your amazing wonderful pie, my dear friend! It was just stunning & fabulous even! xxxxx

  68. It’s been a while since I’ve been to the party. July was a rough month for me so I’m glad to be back and see all the amazing creations. Gold leaf cucpakes, fruity brownies, and even your little something something on the banana peanut butter cream pie. Talk about impressive. It’s only 5 in the morning and already my sweet tooth is alive and well today.

  69. topa says:

    Even if I don’t like bananas this cake looks super delicious! And your photography is just wonderful! πŸ™‚

  70. mrsgillies says:

    That pie looks divine!

  71. I remember this gorgeous pie❀️❀️Still love it it’s so beautiful and delicious!!!

  72. This is one beautiful pie! You went over the top with your chocolate decorations! I love that!

  73. How is it possible I’ve never seen this on your blog before!! OMG! I’m blaming you, lol. There have been times I needed this and I didn’t know about it! I am going to make this pie at the earliest opportunity!! When there are very few people around so there’s more left, lol!

  74. Chocolate, peanut butter, banana, vanilla pudding, whipped cream… wow, so many of my favourites in one dessert. I’ve made this pie once before but it pales in comparison to this version!

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