Vegan Banana Cream Pie
This gal is trying to recreate vegan style Paula Deen's Southern Cooking Bible. She is not raw, but some of her recipes are, including this one. Personally, I just used a whisk to mash up the banana, and you may also wish to forego the sugar for it to be a little healthier, especially if your bananas are already ripe and sweet.
Vegan Banana Cream Pie Recipe
2 bananas (1 of which will be thinly sliced)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon raw sugar
To start we are going to thoroughly mix one banana with an electric mixer. Start on low to prevent disaster, then whip on high.
Add vanilla extract, cinnamon, and raw sugar to the bowl and continue to whip. This can probably be done in a food processor or blender.
Next you are going to slice the second banana and layer it in a ramekin. I thought this would make two serving but then decided to go with one.
Layer on the silky banana cream, and you are done. You can also top with coconut whipped cream which I have a recipe for here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuxhT8lYc2E
I love your videos but I have to ask did you happen to check the ingredients on that coconut milk? I'm pretty sure it isn't vegan. The ones I've seen all have dairy or dairy proteins. I'm not trying to nit pick what's vegan and what isn't it's just that I'm allergic to dairy which is why I eat vegan.
Coconut milk should be made entirely from the nut of the coconut tree, plus maybe some emulsifiers, stabilisers, and preservatives. However, you make a good point in that in some parts of the world it is often made with cow's milk, and that a vegan should be attentive to this.