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Monday, November 5, 2012

Grandma's Banana Pudding

 This is a recipe my grandma had given me many years ago. She's gone now and i really miss her. I still find ways to carry her memory with me. Anytime i'm in the kitchen cooking i feel her presence and i'm always thinking of her. She was the greatest cook and person. I really miss her cookin' too ;) This recipe, as most recipes, i added my own twist to it. Hope you enjoy! It is DELICIOUS!


1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 1/2 Cups Milk
1 Small Box of Vanilla or Banana Instant Pudding Mix
Cool Whip 16 ounce size
1 Box of Mini Vanilla Wafers (11 ounce)
3-4 Bananas

In a medium bowl combine sweetened condensed milk and milk. Mix until well combined. Add instant pudding. Mix well. Refrigerate for 10 minutes.
After removing pudding mix from fridge fold in 2 1/2 cups of cool whip.
After combining, start layering pudding, nilla wafers and banana slices in a large bowl until you have used all of the pudding mix.
On the last layer, you'll end up with nilla wafers and banana slices on top. Spread a layer of cool whip all over the top.
Refrigerate 3-4 hours and serve cold.

Fold whip cream into pudding mix
 Until well mixed, it should look something like this
The start of the second layer, to keep the bowl from getting messy on the sides, place pudding in center and spread to edges carefully.
Almost done! I like to add layers of nilla wafers around the edges, it looks pretty!

Gosh, i wanna dive in!


Aren't the layers pretty?

                                           Time to eat!


  1. One of Mike's all time favorite desserts. I can't wait to try your grandma's recipe for him.

  2. Scotti, I think you'll be quite pleased with this recipe!



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