Sabanofee Pie by Tin Tan’s Pastries
I’d like to share with you a product of my college batch mate who now runs a pastry business. It is made up of bananas, cream, toffee, graham, whipped cream and chocolate drizzle on top. People call it a banoffee pie but their version is called the Sabanoffee pie. Any guesses on why they have a different name for it?
Upon taking the first spoonful (thrusting the spoon down to reach the core), I noticed that there’s something different about the banana. This was because they used saba instead of lakatan banana. It just made this sinful dessert more nutritious compared to using normal bananas. If you check out the layers in the pie, you would notice that they were very generous on the banana (yum!). The pie itself wasn’t too sweet and you can really taste the banana in every bite. In fact, I believe that it was the driving force for the flavor of this pie. I liked it!
As a big fan of bananas, I give a thumbs up for this dessert and by using saba, I add another thumbs up! Currently, you can order them by contacting the numbers below and the places where you can get them are the following: Enchanted Farm Café (Quezon City) and IPC McKinley Hills (Taguig). They also have other products such as brownies, cookies, food for the gods and revel bars. I’m looking forward to seeing them expand more and I guess exposure to bazaars would really help.
Disclosure: TinTan’s Pastries gave us a free sample.
Till next time,
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