The flavors of Blueberry, Banana, and Cream Cheese marry well in this Blueberry-Banana Cream Pie.
Growing up in the south, desserts have always been a pivotal part of any Sunday dinner. Similarly, it is like Mashed potatoes and gravy, macaroni and cheese, or steak and potatoes. It is almost a cardinal sin in the South not to have dessert with your Sunday Dinner. It is that important! At any rate, my mom has made many desserts throughout my lifetime that I really loved. This one holds a special place in my heart as I love blueberries and bananas. When you put them together with the cream cheese filling, it just makes sense. I am not sure where this recipe came from but the first time she made this I was very young. I hope you enjoy this as much as I have throughout the years. This is the recipe for Blueberry-Banana Cream Pie. Scroll to bottom for the recipe.
1cupConfectioners SugarAlso called Powdered Sugar. Granulated will work but will affect texture
18 Oz ContainerCool WhipYou can make your on whip topping if you prefer
Follow instruction on package for pie shells
Add both packages of creme cheese to a bowl. Perferrably a bowl with deep sides to prevent powder sugar from coming out.
Using a handheld blender, cream confectioners sugar and cream cheese until you have a smooth texture. It helps to start the blender on the lowest setting then move up the speed once sugar and cream cheese has combined.
After pie shells have cooled, add cream cheese filling. Divide the filling between the two pie shells
Cut Bananas into small slices and divide between the two pie shells. Lay them flat on top of cream cheese filling.
Divide Blueberry Pie filling between the two pies spreading it on top of the bananas and cream cheese filling.
Lastly, divide the cool whip topping between the two pies.
After making the two pies refrigerate for an hour before serving. Slice the Blueberry-Banana Cream pie and enjoy.