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memphissteelergirl
11-28-2006, 01:08 PM
This is one of my favorite things to make around the holidays-because everyone loves it and it's sooo ridiculously easy. It can be halved or doubled-depending on the amount of folks ya gotta feed.

No Bake Banana Pudding

4 Large Bananas (you can use more if you like-some like more fruit)
1 large box instant vanilla puddding
3 cups cold milk
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 large carton of non-dairy whipped topping (such as Cool-Whip)
1-2 boxes vanilla wafers (you may not use them all...but I like to get two just in case)

In a large bowl, mix the milk and vanilla pudding together until well blended and let it set for about 5 to 10 minutes. Then fold in the whipped topping and the condensed milk until the mixture has a creamy consistency (should look like a cake batter).

In a large pan (I usually use a 9x13) layer the vanilla wafers, then the sliced bananas, then the pudding mixture. You should finish with a layer of vanilla wafers at the top.
Place the banana pudding in the refrigerator and let it set for 8 hours (or preferably overnight).

ENJOY!

lamberts-lost-tooth
12-02-2006, 04:53 AM
This is one of my favorite things to make around the holidays-because everyone loves it and it's sooo ridiculously easy. It can be halved or doubled-depending on the amount of folks ya gotta feed.

No Bake Banana Pudding

4 Large Bananas (you can use more if you like-some like more fruit)
1 large box instant vanilla puddding
3 cups cold milk
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 large carton of non-dairy whipped topping (such as Cool-Whip)
1-2 boxes vanilla wafers (you may not use them all...but I like to get two just in case)

In a large bowl, mix the milk and vanilla pudding together until well blended and let it set for about 5 to 10 minutes. Then fold in the whipped topping and the condensed milk until the mixture has a creamy consistency (should look like a cake batter).

In a large pan (I usually use a 9x13) layer the vanilla wafers, then the sliced bananas, then the pudding mixture. You should finish with a layer of vanilla wafers at the top.
Place the banana pudding in the refrigerator and let it set for 8 hours (or preferably overnight).

ENJOY!



It may be easy...but it is one of my guilty pleasures!!! My Grandma used to make this all the time...best when RIGHT out of the Fridge!!!!

3 to be 4
12-02-2006, 10:58 PM
im breathing a sigh of relief. I saw that subject title and thought it was another thread about JLo

memphissteelergirl
12-04-2006, 11:27 AM
im breathing a sigh of relief. I saw that subject title and thought it was another thread about JLo


Oh, ha, ha....:flap:

memphissteelergirl
12-04-2006, 11:29 AM
It may be easy...but it is one of my guilty pleasures!!! My Grandma used to make this all the time...best when RIGHT out of the Fridge!!!!


LOL...which is why I only make this a couple of times a year...any more than that and I would bust out of my clothes!! :sofunny:

Stlrs4Life
02-17-2007, 03:03 PM
I'm trying this one! Sounds great!

MasterOfPuppets
03-25-2007, 05:45 PM
do you crush the waffers?

X-Terminator
04-23-2007, 06:11 AM
No Bake Banana Pudding

4 Large Bananas (you can use more if you like-some like more fruit)
1 large box instant vanilla puddding
3 cups cold milk
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 large carton of non-dairy whipped topping (such as Cool-Whip)
1-2 boxes vanilla wafers (you may not use them all...but I like to get two just in case)

In a large bowl, mix the milk and vanilla pudding together until well blended and let it set for about 5 to 10 minutes. Then fold in the whipped topping and the condensed milk until the mixture has a creamy consistency (should look like a cake batter).

In a large pan (I usually use a 9x13) layer the vanilla wafers, then the sliced bananas, then the pudding mixture. You should finish with a layer of vanilla wafers at the top.
Place the banana pudding in the refrigerator and let it set for 8 hours (or preferably overnight).

ENJOY!


Ah yes, banana pudding...greatest dessert ever made! The only difference between your recipe and mine is that I prefer to use Cook and Serve pudding rather than instant, the way my family always made it.

Thanks for making me hungry, BTW, because now I'm going to have to make one! :wink02:

MOP - no, you don't crush the wafers - layer them whole. You could top it with crumbled wafers though.

memphissteelergirl
04-23-2007, 12:49 PM
Ah yes, banana pudding...greatest dessert ever made! The only difference between your recipe and mine is that I prefer to use Cook and Serve pudding rather than instant, the way my family always made it.

Thanks for making me hungry, BTW, because now I'm going to have to make one! :wink02:

MOP - no, you don't crush the wafers - layer them whole. You could top it with crumbled wafers though.


XT, do you actually cook the pudding according to the package directions or just mix it with the milk cold?

X-Terminator
05-06-2007, 08:18 PM
XT, do you actually cook the pudding according to the package directions or just mix it with the milk cold?

I cook it according to the directions on the package, then after pouring it over the bananas/wafers, I let it sit in the fridge to cool/thicken. It normally isn't in there very long before it's ready to serve.