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Easy Southern Banana Pudding

Easy Southern Banana Pudding recipe
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We kept all the big flavor of classic Southern-style banana pudding and whittled it down to a five-ingredient wonder. Prep time: 20 minutes!
20 min
3 hr 20 min
14 servings, about 2/3 cup each
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this is so good! Although I think I would try it with banana pudding next time for a little extra banana flavor
I've made this several times...YUMMY! The first time I made it as the recipe recommended. I didn't like the strong banana flavor so the next time I used Vanilla Pudding instead. Better. The third time, I made the pudding first and put it in the refrigerator to set up and it worked better and the cookies didn't get soggy (I sprinkled coconut on top too!) WILL CERTAINLY MAKE THIS AGAIN!!!Maybe with some more changes - I think I will next try strawberry halves in place of the banana slices!
My family and I thought this recipe was great! It's very sweet, so a little goes a long way.
One word, YUM! I don't even like bananas or anything with bananas in it, the texture kind of puts me off, but this dessert was delicious! And easy as heck to make, as well as quick. From start to finish it must have taken me 10 minutes, and that's including the 5 minutes you have to let the pudding set. I used french vanilla pudding cuz that's all I had in my pantry, and it tasted fantastic.
it was a hit and was so simple was wiped out rather quickly made it sugar-free jello and nonfat milk and no one even knew it was low cal too! Will most certainly make bigger batch next time and has already been requested to next family gathering
This recipe is wonderful! I make mine in a rectangle casserole dish or tupperware. I like to make extra layers so I use an entire box of Nilla Wafers and 5 bananas. Any remaining cookies I crush and sprinkle on top. I refrigerate mine for at least 8 hours before eating so the wafers soften. (I have to keep my husband away from the kitchen in the mean time).
I've made this and LOVED it!! I did make a few changes though. I added carmel to it. I layered it like this: Vanilla Wafers Banana pudding Bananas Cool Whip Drizzle carmel Vanilla Wafers and continue the layers. I did 4 layers, ending with Coll Whip. Everyone LOVED it!!
kids took one bite and that was it....didnt please r tasted buds
We made a couple of changes to this recipe and it is really great. Everyone we've served it to loves it and wants the recipe. We use no-sugar pudding and sugar free vanilla wafers. We also add a teaspoon and a half of vanilla extract. This low sugar pudding couldn't be better.
LOVED IT!! Tastes like Nations banana creme pie!
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