Chocolate Banana Cream Pie

Chocolate Banana Cream Pie

The Story:

Whipped cream is a separate food group in my family.  When we have hot chocolate, it’s about an inch of hot chocolate in the mug and 4 inches of fluffy, sweet, white, heavenly goodness on top.  When we have angel food cake… it turns into whipped cream and berries and people tend to forget about the cake.  And when we’re at the grocery store and someone reaches for the carton of whipped cream, no one ever complains.   [end-story]

Chocolate Banana Cream Pie

Chocolate Banana Cream Pie


1 Crisco® Pie Crust, baked (See link below)
1 large box chocolate instant pudding (6 serving pkg.)
1 small box banana instant pudding (4 serving pkg.)
4 C. cold milk
1 pint heavy whipping cream
2 Tbsp. sugar
Chocolate Flakes and Banana Slices


1. Combine both boxes of pudding mix with cold milx and whisk until smooth. Stir for 1 more minutes then pour into cooled (and baked) pie crust.
2. Refrigerate until firm, about 30 minutes to an hour.
3. Whisk heavy whipping cream until stiff peaks form, then add sugar (granulated or powdered sugar) and stir for 30 seconds more.
4. Cover pie with whipped cream, sprinkle with chocolate flakes and top with banana slices. Store in refrigerator.
NOTE: Put banana slices on just before serving so that they don't turn brown.

Click the photo below for the Crisco® Pie Crust recipe AND there’s still time to enter the Pie Pack Giveaway if you want too 🙂  In the “directions” part of the recipe you will read how to bake a pie for “cream” fillings.

perfect pie crust dough

But how simple is this? I made the crust a few days in advance, wrapped it and put it in the fridge, rolled it out and baked it, stirred the milk and pudding mix together and poured! 

Banana Chocolate Pudding Pie

Let it chill, then top it with some whipped cream, chocolate and bananas!

Chocolate Banana Pie

I was so nervous about cutting it… but each slice came out beautifully with no special tricks!

Chocolate Banana Cream Pie Recipe

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Banana Chocolate Pie

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I have been compensated for this post, all opinions are my own.

10 thoughts on “Chocolate Banana Cream Pie

  1. 1
    Micki says:

    I never thought to mix the chocolate pudding and banana pudding together! We always had two layers, each the large size pudding and then a very high layer of of meringue but I love the idea of mixing them, and who can argue with whipped cream. Thanks, you always come up with great ideas!

  2. 2
    Beverly Blanton says:

    Oh yum!! Can you bring me a slice to work right now??? HA!!

  3. 3
    Valerie A. H. says:

    This looks like comfort to me! I hear you about the amount of whipped cream. I’m like that with cake and frosting too. I like some cake with lots of frosting. Usually chocolate!

  4. 4
    Karen says:

    Beautiful! Love the sound of this! I can’t wait to try it!

  5. 5
    Beverly says:

    Your rolling pin is made in Canada!!! Yay!!!

    The pie looks so good – will have to make this for my husband. He loves chocolate & bananas. And me. :oP

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