Banana Mallow Pie

Made with the world’s only “instant” meringue!

You make it good and easy with Kraft miniature marshmallows — the good kind that stay soft

Here is how

Slice 2 or 3 bananas into basked and cooked 8 or 9-inch pastry shell or baked graham cracker crust.

Prepare 1 package instant vanilla pudding and pie filling according to pie directions on package. Pour over bananas, and let stand for 5 minutes.

For “instant” meringue, sprinkle 2 cups Kraft miniature marshmallows over top, and broil for a few minutes until marshmallows are lightly browned — crusty on top, creamy on the inside.

Chill for 30 minutes and serve.

Banana Mallow pie - or Banana-marshmallow pie recipe (1963)

 

More recipes you might like!

Banana Breeze no-bake pie (1974) &

No bake banana pudding with vanilla wafers (1956)


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