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Sunday, 23 September 2012

Chocolate Banoffee Pie

Foodies 100 have set a blogging challenge for us foodies to get baking with Fairtrade ingredients. 

Why bake with Fairtrade you may ask?

Baking with Fairtrade ingredients is an easy way for everyone to make a difference to millions of people who desperately need a better deal from trade. Without a fair price for the crops they grow many farmers struggle to support their families. Fairtrade offers farmers and workers the safety net of a fair price today and a little extra to invest in projects which benefit the whole community, such as clean water, education and health care.

You can join in with the Fairtrade 'Take a Step' campaign by registering your step, which can be anything from switching your regular teabags to Fairtrade or holding an event - you can find out more here.


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You can also get involved in The Big Fair Bake from 24th September to 7th October and even be in with a chance of winning a Kitchen Aid, by buying and baking with Fairtrade ingredients and sharing who you're baking for.

I've being doing my bit by buying Fairtrade ingredients to make a family dessert that will probably last most of the week!

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Chocolate Banoffee Pie
Base
200g Digestive biscuits
20g Cadbury Fairtrade Bournville Cocoa
70g Butter, melted

Filling
397g Can of Condensed Milk
100g Billingtons Fairtrade Light Brown Sugar
100g Butter
150g Tesco Finest Fairtrade Organic Peruvian 70% Chocolate
2 Fairtrade Bananas
300ml Double Cream

To Decorate
Chocolate shavings or cocoa powder

  • Crush the biscuits finely and stir in the cocoa powder
  • Add the melted butter and mix together until combined
  • Press the mixture into the base and halfway up the sides of a loose bottomed flan tin
  • Refrigerate for an hour
  • Gently bring the condensed milk, sugar and butter to the boil in a pan, stirring all the time with a balloon whisk
  • Remove from the heat and add the chocolate and stir until melted
  • Pour over the base and spread evenly
  • Refrigerate until cool
  • Slice the bananas thinly and lay evenly over the chocolate layer
  • Whip the cream and spread over the bananas and decorate with chocolate shavings or dust with cocoa powder
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1 comment:

  1. Oh that looks soooo nice! I will be making this :)

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