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Banoffee Pie Cocktail

Banoffee Pie Cocktail combines all your favorite flavors from the beloved dessert into a delicious cocktail. Easy to make, perfect for parties.

banoffee pie cocktail with whipped cream, crushed graham cracker and banana slice in glass sitting on wood plank with blue green fabric underneath

Banoffee Pie Cocktail

I’ve just emerged from hibernation…meaning, spring has arrived and I’m itching to get back to enjoying the outdoors and packing away my snow boots. True story, spring is the best when you’ve gotten through a long and intense winter.


As I was thinking about all that I enjoy about spring, I was making a list of recipes that I plan on preparing. This is when I found my list from winter that I hadn’t gotten around to preparing.

This list included the amazing Banoffee Pie Cocktail, yup you read that correctly. The beloved pie in cocktail form, uh huh I went there.

2 banoffee pie cocktail drinks on wood cutting board topping blue, green and white fabric

What is Banoffee Pie?

Banoffee pie is a dessert pie made from bananas, cream and toffee, combined either on a buttery biscuit base or one made from crumbled biscuits and butter. Some versions of the recipe also include chocolate, coffee or both.

Where did Banoffee Pie originate?

Originally it was created in England by Nigel Mackenzie, a British restaurateur in 1972.

If you are like me, you may not have ever tried Banoffee Pie or let alone heard of it. It wasn’t until maybe 3 or 4 years ago that it entered into my radar and I’ve never looked back. 

Banoffee Pie comes in all variations like so many desserts. I’ve seen it made with store-bought graham cracker crust and non-dairy whipped topping to strictly homemade from scratch ingredients. 

So one day I was thinking about how tasty Banoffee Pie is and how it encompasses some of my very favorite flavors. I adore the flavors and decided they deserved to be combined into a cocktail. 

overhead shot of glass with sliced banana garnish on whipped cream

What ingredients are in Banoffee Pie Cocktails?

  • Banana
  • Banana Rum
  • Half and Half
  • Dulce de Leche
  • Ice
  • TOPPING: whipped cream, crushed graham crackers, and sliced banana.

What is Dulce de Leche?

Dulce de leche is a confection prepared by slowly heating sweetened milk to create a substance that derives its flavor from the Maillard reaction, also changing color, with an appearance and flavor similar to caramel. Dulce de leche is Spanish for “candy [made] of milk” or “caramel”.

banoffee pie cocktail on wood board sitting on blue and green tablecloth

Some tips for making Banoffee Pie Cocktails:

  • This recipe makes 2 cocktails.
  • Use a large blender if preparing more than 2 cocktails.
  • I used an immersion blender, it’s easy to clean and makes just the right amount for 2.
  • I used canned Dulce de Leche, found in the Hispanic Food section. 

I think you’ll find this drink to be one DELISH addition to your cocktail favorites. The flavors are so good together, it is a desserty drink that would be perfect for summertime sipping. 

Yield: 2 cocktail

Banoffee Pie Cocktail

Banoffee Pie Cocktail

Banoffee Pie Cocktail combines all your favorite flavors from the beloved dessert into a delicious cocktail. Easy to make, perfect for parties.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 banana
  • 2 oz Banana Rum
  • 2 oz half and half
  • 2 Tablespoons Dulce de Leche
  • Ice


In blender add banana.

Next add Banana Rum.

Next add half and half.

Next add Dulce de Leche.

Blend ingredients together and add ice as desired.


OPTIONAL TOPPING: Whipped cream, crushed graham cracker and banana slices.

Looking for more ways to enjoy Dulce de Leche?

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banoffee pie cocktail on wood plank over blue and green fabric





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