I live in Mobile, AL which is where Mardi Gras was originated. NOTE: Before you New Orleans Louisianians get upset, just do your research! The Spanish called Mobile, AL home way before they ventured down to Louisiana... The Banana Moon Pie is a staple of Mardi Gras so I had to make this flavor perfect, especially with it being one of my favorite snacks to catch and eat at Parades. Even though it is very simple it is very good! Mix it up and let me know what you think...

Created: November 04, 2017 (over 3 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(TPA) Banana Cream
(CAP) Graham Cracker
(FA) Marshmallow
(CAP) Sugar Cookie
(CAP) Super Sweet
Total flavoring: 14.1% Steep Days: 5 (SNV) Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0
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November 08, 2019 : I hate to put anyone on blast but I'm almost certain that Glas took my recipe and simply added Cap French Vanilla to make their "Banana Cream Pie". Just add 2% Cap French Vanilla to this recipe and see for yourself... I still think my original is a much better Banana Moon Pie so HA Glas! All you guys had to do was get with me and wave a little $$$ in my face! It woulda turned out a lot better w/o that FV... That being said any companies out there that might want to drop a Mardi Gras Themed Juice Line including this recipe, a King Cake, & more HMU! -CloudyMotherChucker
November 08, 2019 : P.S. This recipe has 9,750+ views, 19 - 5 Star Reviews and tons of comments on ELR...
June 22, 2020 : If you are interested in Purchasing Recipes send an e-mail to CloudyMotherChucker@gmail.com with a title of the recipe you're interested in. I can also turn your recipe ideas into the real thing!!!
User: Germ Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I'm so glad I found this on here I originally mixed this stuff up back when elr was still being used a lot more. 100000% banana moon pie. Awesome job man really.
User: kitu5 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Talking as a person who normally won't touch a banana in real life, this one was always going to be iffy with me. But, i figured, with Mardi Gras coming up, hey, what the hell, right? So, there's just the right amount of banana flavor in here. Not enough to gas me out, but not so weak that it's overpowered by the rest of the flavoring. For a banana moon pie, it's the right amount of banana. Doesn't hurt that the marshmallow helps mute it a touch. Speaking of that marshmallow, it's there, noticeable like the fluff is in one of those treats, and damned tasty. The sugar cookie provides the crust and tasty goodness that brings this kinda treat together. Taken in as a whole, it takes me back to the few of these I had as a kid and greatly enjoyed. Always been more of a moon pie guy tho. This one's for banana lovers, sweets lovers, fans of what're largely considered southern treats (least 'round my parts), and folks who want something that's fruity and dessert, but not overpoweringly either. A very well crafted simple recipe that just blew my expectations away. Very well done, man!
User: corvape Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Thanks for sharing Cloudymotherchucker! This is nice simple recipe that packs an awesome flavor. I feel it nails the profile quite nice and the flavors are balanced perfectly! Great job!