Banoffi pie



noun

a dessert of pastry filled with bananas and toffee, topped with whipped cream and often sprinkled with powdered coffee
Word Origin

ban(ana) + -offi (alteration of (c)offee) created by Nigel Mackenzie, owner of the Hungry Monk restaurant in Sussex UK, in 1972
Usage Note

cooking

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