Vegan Banana Cream Pie #NationalBananaCreamPieDay

Happy National Banana Cream Pie Day Everyone!  To celebrate I’m sharing a really cool recipe I watched Chef Dennis and his Guest Kristine Thomas  of Wellness create on BLAB.  Be sure to check out the video below and follow Chef Dennis for more tasty recipes.


Vegan Banana Cream Pie


    Crust (store bought crust or recipe below)
  • 1 cup of nuts ( walnut and almonds )
  • 1/2 cup of dates
  • 1/4 cup of coconut shreds
  • 12 oz silken tofu
  • 2-3 tablespoons coconut butter
  • 1/4 cup of soaked cashews
  • dash lemon juice
  • Bananas
  • vanilla extract


  1. Mix nuts, dates and coconut shreds in food processor. Add to pie pan.
  1. Soak cashews over night so they are soft to use in the recipe next day. Layer the bottom of the crust with sliced bananas.
  2. In blender : silken tofu,1/4 cup of soaked cashews,3 tablespoons of coconut butter, dash of lemon juice, vanilla extract and 2 ripe bananas.
  3. Pour above mix over the crust.
  4. Refrigerate for about 2 hours or until the mix is firm.
  5. Top with whip cream

Recipe Credit : @KristinePThomas on Chef Dennis BLAB 

[alert-announce]Around the Kitchen Table : Vegan Banana Cream Pie with @KristinePThomas[/alert-announce]

Be sure to follow Chef Dennis and his Guest Kristine P. Thomas for more tasty recipes.

[alert-announce]A Fruit Tree for Your Home Garden [/alert-announce]

A Shrub similar to Banana’s that is pretty hardy in most hardiness zones is the Paw Paw. Planting a Paw Paw is a great way to bring a bit of tropical allure to your yard without concerns about harsh weather.  The Paw Paw can tolerate cold temperatures, even as low as -25F.  You’ll adore the short stubby-banana shape and creamy consistency of the custard-like fruit.  The unique taste must be tried to be truly appreciated.  People describe it as a banana-like flavor with melon, vanilla or even pineapple accents.

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[alert-note]Will you be celebrating National Banana Cream Pie Day? I’d love to hear what recipes you’ll be using so comment below.

Great to connect at the table,


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