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Fit Banoffee Pie

Fit Banoffee Pie

Fantastic, healthy no-bake Fit Banoffee Pie, after which everyone will lick their plate! It tastes even better than it looks and it is healthy as well. Inside you will find a delicious caramel made from dates and nut butter, which perfectly complements the taste of bananas and a soft cream from quark and ricotta on top. This no-bake cake is without flour and you can prepare it without added sugar (using dates, xylitol, or stevia).

Banoffee Pie is an English dessert that consists of a tasty dough (similar to a cheesecake), bananas, cream, and caramel. However, the classic recipe is full of unnecessary sugar, fat, and calories. That's why I have prepared this healthier and lighter version of this popular dessert for you. I had the opportunity to try both versions and I will tell you that this healthy recipe for Banoffee Pie tasted even better than the original version.

I must also mention that the preparation of this pie/cake is very simple and relatively fast, even a beginner will be able to do it. Since the cake is not baked, there is practically nothing that can go wrong.

Prepare this delicious caramel-banana-cream cake for a special event or just during the weekend, you will definitely not regret it. For me, this is probably the best healthy no-bake cake so far.



  1. Blend almonds and oats together into fine flour.
  2. Add melted coconut oil, honey, and, if the dough is too crumbly, 1-2 tablespoons of water to the mixture.
  3. Mix the sticky dough by hand and press it on the bottom of the cake tin (with a diameter of approximately 25 cm).
  4. Take the dates out of the water and blend them together with milk into a fine paste.
  5. Add the remaining ingredients for the filling (except for bananas) to the paste and blend it again.
  6. Spread the resulting filling on the prepared dough and place it in the refrigerator.
  7. In a bowl, mix the quark with ricotta (or just quark) and sweeten the cream as needed.
  8. Dissolve the gelatin in warm water and gradually mix it into the cream.
  9. Then layer the bananas cut into circles with the prepared quark icing on the prepared cake.
  10. Finally, decorate the cake with cocoa beans, chocolate, nuts, or fruit.
  11. Let the cake set in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours.
Preparation time20 minutes
Yields10 slices
Nutritional information / 1 slice
Calories227 Kcal
Carbohydrates32 g
Fiber5 g
Proteins7 g
Fat8 g
Lucia Wagner

I am a fit food wizard nutritionist and I conjure up these healthy and tasty fitness recipes.

My goal is to show you that eating healthy can be easy-breezy.

Lucia Wagner