Boston Cream Whiskey Banana Pie


Yummyyyy Boston cream whiskey banana pie will wow your food seekers! The crunchy crust, warm sweet pie, and a scoop of Boston cream is all heavenly!

Banana Cream Pie Recipe

The banana cream pie turns out to be so delicate that you will be happy to make it again and again. The cream will be prepared and inside the cake. It’s going to moisten the cake and it’s going to melt in your mouth. 

You can’t even imagine how tasty such a dessert is. Usually the banana flavor disappears when baked, but in this cream it remains and even intensifies! Believe me, guests and family will definitely ask you for more!

Bourbon Banana Pudding

Who said that boxed cake mixes can’t be beautiful and delicious? The addition of the sour cream and creme fraiche just makes it ultra creamier and adds to the dense moistness! 

Banana Cream Filling Recipe

Do you love the flavor of bananas? Then this cake is for you! There are banana slices between the layers. Using real whole milk with this filling makes it delicious and rich.  You know your banana obsessed friends will justtttt love it!

Banana Pudding With Pecans

You’ll get many compliments when you serve this layered banana beauty. Delicate, firm, with beautiful pores, it will melt in your mouth with its distinctive banana flavor unlike anything else. And, if you want to add some nuts, like pecans to the layer with pudding and bananas, then go for it! 

Banana Cream Pie Recipe

Yes, I do consider this to be the ultimate banana cream pie recipe. You won’t be disappointed. And, if you want to make it a ‘pie’ complete with a crust. Then simply pre-bake your pie crust, and add the pudding. You could add a meringue topping or simply serve with a dollop of whipped cream or cool whip.  There’s no problem making a beautiful banana cream pie with a pie crust and this filling!

Want something more delicious, and then try these recipes!

Boston Sour Cream Cake
Whiskey smoked cowboy chili
Banana almond pie pan cake
healthier banana walnut bundt cake

Boston Cream Whiskey Banana Pie

Boston Cream Whiskey Banana Pie

Yield: Makes:  One 9” triple layer pie (cake) (Note:  This can be made into two layers.)

Yummyyyy Boston cream whiskey banana pie will wow your food seekers! The crunchy crust, warm sweet pie, and a scoop of Boston cream is all heavenly!


  • Preheat oven to 350
  • CAKE:
  • One yellow boxed cake mix
  • Prepare cake according to directions adding ½ cup sour cream and ½ cup crème fraiche to batter
  • 1 ¼ cup milk
  • 1 ¼ cup cream
  • 4 egg yolks
  • 1 Tbl. + 1 tsp. flour
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1/4 cup whiskey, non-alcoholic substitute 2 tsp. almond extract + 3 Tbl. apple juice
  • 2 large firm bananas
  • 1 ¼ cup excellent quality chocolate chips (I used Ghiradelli 60% cocoa chocolate chips)
  • ¾ cup cream


Prepare cake mix to instructions.  Add ½ cup sour cream and ½ cup crème Fraiche to batter.  Whip batter with a hand mixer until fluffy. 

Coat sides (and lightly on bottom) of three 9” cake pans with cooking spray. Line the cake pans with parchment paper (cutting circles to fit).

Pour equal amounts of batter into each of the three.  Bake in preheated 350 ovens until done and golden brown.  Remove and place on a cooling rack.

In a small bowl, place blended egg yolks and whisk in flour, sugar and vanilla.  Set aside.

In a medium saucepan over medium, its heat, pour milk and cream.  Whisk consistently as you bring it to boil.  Remove from heat.

Slowly pour in, while constantly whisking, the egg mixture.  Return to medium-low heat and whisk for about 3 minutes then add whiskey and continue to whisk consistently for another 7 to 9+ minutes as the custard thickens. 

Remove, pour into a glass dish, and cover with plastic wrap (patting the wrap on the filling).  Place in the refrigerator to chill well.

Make a double-boiler with a pot of water and a glass bowl over it. 

Over medium heat. Put chocolate chips in a bowl and add heavy cream. 

Stir and blend as chips melt. (Add a little more cream if needed if the ganache is too thick.) 

Consistency of ganache should be like a sauce.

On the first layer of cake, spread half of the filling smoothing around to within ½ inch of the perimeter.  Slice bananas on top.  Add a second layer. 

Place remaining filling (leaving ½ inch around the perimeter because the filling will squooosh out…is that a word? My spell check says ‘no’ but I like it, so it stays J!) 

Add the top layer of the cake.  Cover top with somewhat cooled ganache and allow it to run down the sides in a very natural ‘organic’ nature.


You can make the filling hours in advance of making the cake because the cream filling needs to chill in the refrig for several hours prior to using in the cake. Cover with plastic wrap.

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  1. Do you suppose you can switch the whiskey for scotch?

    1. I’d say go for it…let me know how you like…here’s something I found to help answer this 🙂 ~~ The main difference between scotch and whisky is geographic, but also ingredients and spellings. Scotch is whisky made in Scotland, while bourbon is whiskey made in the U.S.A, generally Kentucky. Scotch is made mostly from malted barley, while bourbon is distilled from corn. If you’re in England and ask for a whisky, you’ll get Scotch. But in Ireland, you’ll get Irish whiskey (yep, they spell it differently for a little colour).

  2. Lori McLain says:

    Oh Lord, Ally…this is really, really good ! Best bcp I have ever had…of course I made it early this morning…and my mom & i just ate about half of it…called it lunch :0) The custard part is sooo tasty, and then you are right on about the bananas and whiskey making it over the top! I expect we will polish this off today ( the spirit of good taste-testers ) Thank you so much for sharing this xxoo
    Everybody go make this !!!!!

    1. Lori, Lori…Mama Mama!!! You girls are probably tipsy now!! Thank you, angel…it’s actually better a day or two sitting in refrig…hummmm, ain’t happenin’ in my house or yours!! xox 🙂 Ally

  3. Whiskey in cake, my husband would die! I made Jack burgers last week….this would be a huge hit! Coo

    1. Who needs a cocktail when the dinner is whiskey burgers and Boston Cream Pie! Your hubby’s a smart cowboy!! Thanks for stopping by! xox Ally 🙂

  4. Too funny…love the story and it looks amazing! By the way, if you ever have to go shopping for cake pans again, try Williams-Sonoma GoldTouch Non-Stick Pans. Those round/square pans and loaf pans are THE BEST PANS EVER! Straight 2 inch high sides and perfect browning and release every time! They’re on the pricey side, but worth every penny. Luckily, I got most of them this past Christmas 🙂

    1. Great tip, Tonya, on the pans…you can imagine how buzzzzzed out I was! Will have to cruise over to W&S, perfect excuse!! xoxo 🙂 Ally

  5. Lori McLain says:

    I am APE over this one !!! This would’ve made the funniest Food Network show :0)
    I saw that photo of Woolworth’s and got transported to getting to go to the big city of Muncie , Indiana for pretty much the same fun shopping trip and food trips….man !
    This is making me bananas for the cake !

  6. I have to make this one….copied the recipe and I will be making it! Thanks for sharing, Ally!

    1. Since your hubby luvs BCP, I’m hopin’ this will send him off the charts!! Thanks, Ronna xoxo Ally 🙂

  7. Ally, in “my” dictionary, squooosh is a word. 🙂 Also, I loved the family memories you shared — the stories behind the food become part of our own food stories. I’ll think of you (and the hollers of W. Va.) whenever I make this!

    1. lol It´s a word definitely!!! lol Even I, being Czech, understood it during my first reading!!! lol lol lol Great cake! Copied and will make it next weekend when my niece and her boyfriend is staying with me!

      1. LOL, Nat!! Great, I think this will be a hit w/your niece and her boyfriend…hey, he’ll wanna be part of the family after eating it!! 🙂

      2. Nat! So glad you understood! xox 🙂 Ally

    2. Sorry, stupid mistake! …are staying…. of course, 🙂

      1. Everything’s fixable!! 🙂

    3. Kimby…you doll, you…so glad you appreciate these family memories…yes, now you have some funny thoughts that will come to mind as you make this BCWBP! And, yeah, you can sip on the whiskey as you make it! We did that in the hollers! xox Ally 🙂

  8. My mouth is watering, even after just having a piece of Mascarpone Flax Banana Nut Bread, I could devour a piece of this too !

    1. LMBO! Cindy, you are tooooooooooooo funneee! Now that ‘Mascarpone Flax Banana Nut Bread’ is hard to beat! But, I must say, this will make you do cartwheels!! xoxo 🙂 Ally

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