Ingredients4 h 15 m servings 286 cals
- In a large saucepan, combine pie filling, pineapple with juice, food coloring, sugar, and cornstarch. Cook over low heat until thick, stirring frequently. Remove from heat and stir in gelatin.
- Allow mixture to cool, then stir in banana slices. Pour half of mixture into each pastry shell. Top with whipped topping if desired. Chill at least four hours before serving.
Per Serving: 286 calories; 8.9 g fat; 51.4 g carbohydrates; 2.1 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 132 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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This is amazingly delicious and simple to make. I usually shy away from summer-type pies, but I really highly recommend this. Very out of this world!
This recipe was quick and easy. I thought the raspberry Jello over powered the other fruit flavors. Next time I my use half plain gelatin and half raspberry. Either way it is delicious and it...
Very sweet and fruity. Pretty good. I don't know about "out of this world" though! I cut way down on the bananas...It does not LOOK very tasty. But my husband said "It tastes better than it look...
I took this pie to a potluck at work and it was a huge hit. I used the Graham cracker crust instead. I have since then made it again using strawberry Jell-o, and Lucky Leaf berry filling inste...
A good pie. I didn't think it was too sweet at all. I didn't have all 6 bananas and it was fine. It was popular among alot of fellowship coffee hour desserts this AM and I heard good comments. I...
I have made this recipe so many times, and everyone loves it! It is fairly simple to make and since it makes two pies, it's a very good dessert to serve several people. Women especially love i...
I don't usually care for pies, but I love this one. My Aunt gave me the recipe years ago, but with nuts. I use the graham cracker crust, it's easier and just as good. Oh, I just noticed this one...