Banoffee Pie Minis

These mini Banoffee Pies feature the superb combination of bananas and caramel with a bit of rum thrown in for fun. The base has sesame seeds for a little nutty kick. For sweet tooths only! #banoffeepie #pie #banana #toffee #dessert

These Banoffee Pie minis feature the superb combination of bananas and caramel with a bit of rum thrown in for fun. The base has sesame seeds for a little nutty kick. For sweet tooths only!

What is a Banoffee Pie?

Banoffee Pies are delicious pies that start with a sweet pastry or pressed graham crumb crust. Graham crumbs are available at your grocery store but if you just have graham crackers go ahead and smash them up! For this recipe, I also added some sesame seeds but you don’t have to. It really brings a unique nutty flavour to the pie.

Next comes a layer of bananas. This layer can be single or thicker depending on how you build your Banoffee Pie. After the bananas, comes the caramel layer. The caramel toffee layer must be solid enough to stand at attention after slicing but not too hard as to make the pie impossible to slice or awkward to eat.

Lastly, there’s a layer of whipped cream. How much depends on you. Cover the entire surface or just enough to let the last layer of bananas poke through.

Three mini banoffee pies on a wooden background

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Where is Banoffee Pie From?

Banoffee Pie originated in the United Kingdom around 1971. The pie has become popular among English Australians and more recently, in North America. Our family and more specifically, our youngest son fell in love with it when we lived in Australia. It became a regular birthday request in lieu of cake.

Three process photos showing how to create banoffee pies.

A Favourite Flavour Combination

Banoffee sounds like a crazy mish-mashed word and it is! It’s a mash up between Banana and Toffee. While this creamy pie filling isn’t technically toffee, it certainly hits all the flavour profiles.

What’s not to love about bananas and caramel toffee? It’s one of those flavour combinations that just…belong. You know what else goes with bananas? RUM! Yep, I added rum to the caramel and to the whipped cream topping. Substitute vanilla for a non alcoholic version.

These mini Banoffee Pies are a real treat and let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a mini dessert? I’m a big fan of mini sweet treats from Bite Sized Berry Cheesecakes to Mini Lemon Cheesecakes . Check out this Mini Apple Pie recipe for a fruity version of everyone’s favourite pie. 

Close up of a banoffee pie

Evaporated Milk vs. Condensed Milk

This recipe uses a can of sweetened condensed milk. Technically both evaporated milk and sweetened condensed milk are condensed but only the latter has added sugar. It’s easy to confuse the two but your recipe will not turn out if you substitute a can of evaporated milk.

These mini Banoffee Pies feature the superb combination of bananas and caramel with a bit of rum thrown in for fun. The base has sesame seeds for a little nutty kick. For sweet tooths only! #banoffeepie #pie #banana #toffee #dessert

Caramel Toffee or Dulce de Leche?

I’ve made Banoffee Pie filling in a few different ways. Boil an unopened can of sweetened condensed milk on it’s side in a pot of water for 2 hours and you’ll end up with dulce de leche. This method produces more of a runny filling but it is ultra smooth and creamy.

For this recipe, I combined butter, brown sugar, and rum then combined it with the sweetened condensed milk. It isn’t as creamy but it creates nice clean slices.

Three mini banoffee pies in a line on a wooden table

Stabilized Whip Cream

Have you ever set a cream pie in your refrigerator only to find it turned watery overnight? Nobody likes watery whipped cream!  The next time you need to whip up some whipped cream and have it last a few days, stabilize it.

It’s pretty easy to do and you probably have the all the ingredients in your pantry. All it takes is a few tablespoons of icing sugar or cornstarch (or both, see recipe) whipped into the cream to make it last up to 3 days.

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Yield: 4 mini pies

Mini Banoffee Pies

A mini banoffee pie topped with whipped cream and chocolate shards.

These mini Banoffee Pies feature the superb combination of bananas and caramel with a bit of rum thrown in for fun. The base has sesame seeds for a little nutty kick. For sweet tooths only!

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes



  • 1 3/4 graham wafer crumbs
  • 1/2 cup sesame seeds (optional. If not using, add 1/2 cup graham wafer crumbs in place of the sesame seeds)
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter; melted
  • 3 tbsp sugar


  • 1 tbsp rum
  • 10 oz (300 ml) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 large bananas


  • 1 cup cold whipping cream
  • 3 tbsp icing sugar
  • 1 tbsp cornstarch
  • 1 tbsp rum



  1. Place trivet in the bottom of the Instant Pot.
  2. Empty can of condensed milk into a pint jar and cover with lid.
  3. Fill Instant Pot with water until it reaches halfway between the condensed milk in the jar and the jar lid (no more than 1 or 1 1/2 inches from the top of the Instant Pot liner.
  4. Cover. Turn seal to lock, then cook on high pressure for 35-40 minutes.
  5. Use quick pressure release or allow it to cool naturally.
  6. Let jar contents cool before removing.
  7. Add rum (if using) to the Dulce de Leche and mix well.


  1. Place graham crumbs, sesame seeds, sugar and melted butter in a medium bowl. Mix well until it sticks together.
  2. Press into pie tin (s).
  3. Bake for 10 minutes at 350 F. Let cool.
  4. Slice bananas into cooled pie crust.
  5. Cover bananas with Dulce de Leche.
  6. Whip up stablilized topping and pipe over the dulce de leche.
  7. Garnish with shaved chocolate.


*this is one way to stabilize whipped cream. There are a few other ways but for home desserts that will be eaten within a few days, this is the best way to keep that whipping cream from liquefying.

**you can have the bananas pre-sliced. Just sprinkle them with a bit of fresh lemon juice and lightly toss. This should prevent them from turning brown.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1006Total Fat: 63gSaturated Fat: 35gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 24gCholesterol: 161mgSodium: 204mgCarbohydrates: 101gFiber: 4gSugar: 81gProtein: 14g

Nutritional calculation was provided by Nutritionix and is an estimation only. For special diets or medical issues please use your preferred calculator.

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