Simple Crispy Basil Caramelized Garden Vegetable + Fontina French Bread Pizza
Oh my gosh, this pie?
It is so good.
I mean, I really did not expect it to turn out this good and be this pretty.
I thought it would be good, as I started to make the pie my idea just grew.
Until I ended up with this pie.
The reason I made this pie was because of coconut cream.
The other week I had made a dessert that I am so excited to share it is not even funny…..but I am waiting on that one, waiting for the right time which honestly could be tomorrow since I am so excited about it. Anyway, I had leftover coconut cream and even though I would eat this stuff with a spoon I thought I should share the deliciousness with family.
I know how nice of me.
Although, right now at this very second they are all pretty annoyed with me since I am kind of… in a mood. A frustrated mood, caused only by slow internet, a slow computer and technology failing me.
But I am trying to turn things around, so let’s continue talking about this pie.
First of all, the chocolate truffle layer.
I decided to make this a pie solely because I did not want to sit and roll dozens and dozens of tiny balls and then stuff them with coconut banana cream. That just does not sound fun and I knew I wanted a chocolate truffle element.
So pie it was!
Then the coconut banana cream that was originally going to just be coconut cream, but then I decided I wanted to make a new version of coconut cream.
A coconut banana cream.
Oh my goodness. This is my new favorite thing.
Until tomorrow of course, when I tell you about my new favorite thing.
Then because dessert is always better with a drizzle of something I threw on a little chocolate drizzle and some Dulce de Leche.
Oh, an did I mention this pie is totally no bake? Because it is, and it so easy and everyone loved it.
It’s just perfect.
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Now let’s eat pie!
Made this tonight and it was incredible. Another winner. 10/10! Easily the best dessert I’ve ever made.
Happy Sunday!! Thanks so much for making this recipe, I am so glad to hear that it was enjoyed! xx
This looks absolutely amazing and I’m making my grocery list now!! At this risk of sounding like a goof, is dulce du leche simply caramel cream? If not, can you point me in the direction of a recipe? Thanks in advance!!
Yes you are correct! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan
OH MY LANTA…. this is the best dessert I’ve ever made. My mom begged to share it with the neighbors, and they’ve told me they’d pay me to make it for them again! Just scrumptious.
Thank you Christina! xTieghan
This pie looks amazing can’t wait to try it!!! Question do you use unsweetened coconut milk?
Yes I like to use unsweetened coconut milk. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan
I have made this twice and hands down, one of the best cream pie recipes ever! Making again today for my sons bday. Omitted the dulse de leche.though as its sweet enough without.
I am so glad you loved this and your son did as well! Thank you so much Helen!
I just made this for my daughter in law’s bday. Omitted the dulce de leche and let everyone add their own amount of whipped cream. Did nor have coconut extract so added more coconut. Saved some of the ganache to drizzle over the top of the pie. One of the most delicious desserts we’ve ever eaten. Will make again! Thank you for thus recipe.
So happy this pie was such a hit, thank you!!! 🙂