Easy Gluten-Free Banana Yogurt Cream Pie

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You may have noticed that the title of this post explains that this recipe is easy, and I promise you that it is exactly that. Trust me, if I came up with a recipe on my own, it has to be easy. Because not only am I a beginner level cook, but as far as I see it, time wasted on an unnecessarily complicated recipe is time that could be used elsewhere. Am I right?

Easy gluten-free recipes are quickly becoming my specialty. This is a great pie to bring with you to a family get-together or other to serve at an event. My kids flipped over this last weekend, and my older son came back begging for another slice. Here’s how to make a gluten-free banana yogurt cream pie:

Gluten-Free Banana Yogurt Cream Pie

Gluten-Free Pie Crust Ingredients:
6 oz. The Grainless Baker Gluten-Free Graham Crackers finely crushed
2 ½ Tbsp. butter or margarine melted
1 Tbsp. brown sugar
1 Tbsp. granulated sugar

Pie Crust Directions:
Mix all the ingredients thoroughly
Push down into into pie tin

Gluten-Free Graham Cracker Pie Crust

Filling Ingredients:
2 cups Stonyfield Farms Organic Banila Yogurt
2 cups Lite Cool Whip
1 Tspn. Pure gluten-free vanilla extract
3 Tspns. Gluten-free imitation coconut extract or cold pressed coconut (optional)

To keep this recipe organic, you can also make a whipped topping to use instead of Cool Whip.

Whipped Topping Ingredients:
1 cup of cold Stonyfield Organic while milk
1 tsp of gluten-free vanilla
3 T of organic sugar or a natural sweetener
1 tsp of Xanthan gum

Whipped Topping Directions:
Pour in milk and vanilla into mixing bowl.
Set mixer to low and begin blending the ingredients.
Add in sugar and Xanthan gum one at a time, while mixing.
Set mixer to medium-high until consistency is thoroughly whipped. Depending on the intensity of your mixer, it may take several minutes until consistency becomes light and creamy.

Filling Directions:
In a mixing bowl, add yogurt and whipped topping.
Pour vanilla and coconut into the bowl.
Mix on low until well blended.
(Note: If you are not using coconut, you might want to increase vanilla to 1 ½ Tspns.)
Pour on top of pie crust.

Pie is best served chilled. Can be placed in freezer for 45 minutes (or so) before serving. Do not let freeze. Can also freeze overnight and let stand at room temperature to thaw before serving.

Gluten-Free Banana Yogurt Cream Pie

Doesn’t that look delicious?

 

Disclosure: This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. All opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. Wow, that IS easy and it would be a prefect thing to bring along to all the cookouts we have this summer!

  2. Looks perfect for summer! Thanks for sharing, can’t wait to try it out!

  3. Any idea where I can find those grahams?? I have only seen Schar in the stores and I am a bit eh about them. TY!

  4. That does look simple….and delicious! Have you tried making it with any other flavors? As much as I wish, my kids aren’t huge banana fans.

  5. what a great gluten free recipe idea. pretty healthy too!

  6. That looks so delicious! And I love that “easy” is the first word!

  7. This looks really good! I would have never thought of using yogurt in a cream pie recipe. I will have to try this.

  8. I’m always looking for new gluten free desserts to make for our family gatherings. This one sounds like it would be a hit.

  9. You had me at banana! I love banana everything! This pie looks nice and light for summer. thanks for the recipe.

  10. Wow this sounds really yummy! Would be perfect for a grill out too!

  11. This is an awesome recipe! I didn’t realize you could get gluten-free graham crackers so will hunt these out!

  12. that looks really good and refreshing. Hard to believe this is gluten free

  13. yummy, this sounds great, never thought of using greek yogurt!

  14. A really great dessert. Nice and easy to make.

  15. This recipe sounds great. I love finding new GF dessert recipes.

  16. This looks absolutely delish!

  17. That looks really yummy. I haven’t tried the banilla flavor of Stonyfield yet.

  18. Oh my, this looks heavenly. And I think I could do this!

  19. Maria Oller says:

    looks scrumptious perfect for summer, bookmarking!

  20. It surely does look delicious! I can tolerate gluten and have never had gluten products really. May have to give this a try.

  21. can we say YUM! I’ve been amazed at so many recipes that are Gluten Free, but you can never tell! This sounds and looks delicious!!

  22. It does look and sound delicious. I do not have gluten issues, but good food is good foof right?

  23. We love banana desserts! Even I could make this one! It looks so yummy!

  24. I’ve just learned how to make crust! lol! So maybe I could start to make pie too! This sounds like a good start! :)

  25. That looks amazing! I’m pinning this for later!

  26. Oh that sounds fantastic. I love that it is gluten free and has yogurt

  27. Ummm…looks delicious! Can not wait to try this, my kids will love it!

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