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A new twist to Banana Pudding. My family begs for it.
Cook pudding, low heat to prevent scorching, as directed on package. Meanwhile, layer "Nilla" vanilla wafers in bottom of large bowl. Then slice two of the bananas and put on top of wafers. Next cut up 3 slices of pineapple and put on top of bananas. Make another layer of wafers, sliced bananas, and cut up pineapple. Place wafers in a circle around the top of the mixture. Pour the pudding over the mixture slowly so it will seep to the bottom. I sometimes shake the bowl gently so the pudding will go to the bottom. Leave out on counter for approx. 30 minutes so pudding will soak into the wafers. Then refrigerate. Best if made night before using. Great for church socials.
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Source: This was my own creation because we love all the ingredients.
By Peggy M. from Jesup, Ga
Beat cream cheese in bowl. Add condensed milk, pudding mix, milk, vanilla and whipped topping; mix well. Layer vanilla wafers and bananas in 9x13 inch dish. Top with 1/2 of the pudding mixture. Repeat layers. Refrigerate overnight. 12 servings.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Combine eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon, salt, and allspice. Stir in bread. Stir in brown sugar and bananas. Combine almonds, rum, and stir in into bread mixture. Pour in an 8 3/4 inch cake pan. Put cake pan in a larger pan and pour hot water 1 inch deep into pan. Bake at 350 degrees F for 45-60 minutes serve warm with whipped cream.
By teenaweena from Beaverton, OR
Pudding microwave directions: In a 4 cup glass measure, mix together sugar, and flour. Add milk, mixing into sugar-flour mixture with a wire whisk.
Crush 20 of the wafers tor form coarse crumbs; set aside. Pour milk into medium bowl. Add dry pudding mix. Beat with wire whisk 2 min. Gently stir in whipped topping.
Line the bottom of a large bowl or dish with whole vanilla wafers. Crumble a few wafers and set aside. Lay a layer of banana slices over the layer of wafers. Pour enough pudding over this to create a layer of pudding over top of the wafer and banana layers.
Layer Vanilla Wafers in 8x10 inch dish. Layer sliced bananas. Mix pudding and milk for 2 minutes and pour over top of bananas. Top with Cool Whip. (I usually mix the pudding mixture and Cool Whip together) Cover and chill.
Mix milk and instant pudding; add sour cream and two thirds of the cool whip (save the rest for topping). In a 13x9 inch size pan, put in layer of vanilla wafers, layer of bananas and cover with half of pudding mixture.
Pour milk into a large bowl,and add dry pudding mix. Mix well and let stand about 5 minutes. Arrange half of the wafers on bottom and sides of a 2 quart serving bowl.
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This is a guide about low fat banana pudding recipes. When watching your calorie intake, it is nice to be able to enjoy some yummy desserts.
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How do you make banana pudding using Eagle Brand milk and whipping cream?
Jessie from Dallas, TX
Is this the one?
which is the same one featured on the Eagle brand website:
My mom makes it this way:
1 box instant banana pudding mix (prepare according box directions)
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 container whipped cream
It is really rich and is always a hit!
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This is a great way to use your over-ripe bananas other than banana bread, and a healthy way to boot. So simple!
Put banana in food processor with the tablespoon of cocoa. You have a fast pudding. Use a frozen banana and it is like ice cream. Add nuts and it is Rocky Road.
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By Elaine from IA