Recipe Directions

  • 1. Place all crust ingredients in the food processor. Process until the mixture sticks together and the dates are well processed.
  • 2. Dump crust mixture into your pie crust/glass dish. Press the crust down firmly in your dish with your hands. (Crust is now done.)
  • 3. Add all banana filling ingredients to your blender. Blend until creamy and smooth.
  • 4. Pour banana cream filling onto the crust. Smooth out with the back of a spoon.
  • 5. Cover and throw in freezer. Ideally should be frozen overnight to firm up so that it can be sliced perfectly.
  • 6. This raw banana cream pie recipe should always be kept in the freezer. (It'll get soggy if in the fridge.)

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

I was inspired to create this raw banana cream pie recipe for Christmas this year. It is soo smooth, so "banana creamy" and just absolutely perfect. (Can you tell I am on a freezer pie kick??)

It's actually pretty fast to make - just a quick food process and an easy blend. Even a crappy blender should be able to handle this raw recipe.

Using perfectly ripe bananas will give you that divine banana cream pie taste. (You want to use perfectly ripe bananas - not too green and not too brown.)

If you don't do honey you can do agave nectar or maple syrup instead of the honey. Use the same measurements.

Enjoy this raw banana cream pie recipe! Isn't it pretty?

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 64 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is a good source of Vitamin B6.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, Iron, and Vitamin C.

Amounts per 136 g (5 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 416 17 %
Protein 5 g 9 %
Fat 28 g 35 %
Carbohydrates 43 g 13 %
Dietary Fiber 5 g 16 %
Sugars 29 g
Calcium 19 mg 2 %
Iron 1.9 mg 15 %
Sodium 57 mg 2 %
Source: The Rawtarian, USDA

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Awesome, Kat! So proud to be part of your fabulous journey :)

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Wow, this pie is so easy to make and so delicious! My husband inhaled his slice. Can't wait to have more tonight!

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Hi Laura, so glad your husband inhaled! Except... sharing is bad.  lol

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Holy moly. This is incredible! I almost cried when we finished it. Thank you for your marvelous recipes. :)

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Kellie, the good news is... you can always make MORE! :)

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Just made this pie and I am sooo impatient for it to harden up enough to be taken out. Thanks for another amazing recipe! I would like to add that a crappy blender may not stand a chance even with this, as my not-so crappy blender started smoking and made a horrible grinding noise. Lesson learned, will be getting a food processor. :)

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Lol, you have pushed it to the limit, Ana!

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I love this recipe! Thank you so much! I shared this banana cream pie with my friends and they also loved it! :)
The only mistake I did was I used unripe banana.... But it was still delicious! So now, I can't wait to make this again with ripe banana :P

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Ahaaah yes, unripe bananas are sooo bitter, pasty and weird. It'll be much better (and much sweeter) when you make with perfectly ripe bananas (nice and yellow, just starting to speckle with a few brown spots on peel).

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For the banana filling, should I soak the cashews first

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Hi Susie, no, there is no need to soak the cashews

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This is honestly the BEST banana cream pie I have ever tasted. My husband and I are loving it. Thank you Laura Jane for creating all your amazing recipes. This one is even better than our other fave, the chocolate covered shortbread bars.

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Gary, you make me feel like a proud mamma!

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I looove your website and all your recipes, they're fantastic! I just have a query about this Banana Cream Pie recipe, Im a student and so I don't have very much money and I was just wondering if I could swap the coconut oil for coconut cream as a cheaper alternative? Would the banana filling still turn out the same consistency?

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Hi Ashleigh,

Unfortunately, the coconut oil is TOTALLY necessary and you cannot substitute coconut cream for it. The reason is that "coconut oil" is what helps the filling solidify when cold.

The good news is that although coconut oil is really expensive, it lasts for a long time and most recipes only use a little bit of it at a time.

Hope this helps!

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This is divine!!!! Our children love it!!! I substitute the sweetener with "rice malt syrup" (which doesn't contain fructose). Tastes a treat. Thank you. We've made it several times and it is soooo yummy and creamy and delicious ... you can tell we like it, hey?!!! with love from Australia

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Hi Simone,

So glad you and your little ones enjoy this one. Hugs from Canada back at you!

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I made this cake as our anniversary cake! It is delicious! My husband loved it. Thank you for sharing your recipes :)

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Happy belated anniversary, Vero! Glad the cake helped to make your special day even more special :)

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Thanks so much for this recipe and for all the recipes on your site. :) Tried this one tonight and so far, I'm loving it! (well, I loved it before it went into the freezer, so I'm sure it will be amazing once it comes out) Just a side note for anybody out there who doesn't have fresh bananas, I ended up using 2 frozen bananas and the recipe still came out great! Had to "encourage" it a little more in my blender with a spatula (I used a Blendtec), but otherwise, it worked out well. I will have to make it again soon with fresh bananas (woe is me) to see if there's a big taste difference, but I loved the creamy banana filling that came out of my blender :)

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Hello, I would like to try your recipe but here in Croatia there is no coconout meat,
what substitution can I get instead?
Tnx!

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Hi
Is there anything I can use as an alternative to coconut oil? Thanks

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Hi Sana, no, sorry, the coconut oil is very important and there is no substitute. (the coconut oil is what firms it up)

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ps: If you can, please suggest how to get a photo on the avatar. Thanks-

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Sure Gigi! It's called a "gravatar" (http://en.gravatar.com/) It's free, and you set your picture there, then when you leave a comment on many websites (mine and others) it will display your picture depending on which email address you use when leaving the comment.

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