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A thick and fluffy banana pudding—custardy goodness!
1. Mix pudding and pie filling mix, sweetened condensed milk, and water together. Let set for 1 hour.
2. Add Cool Whip and sour cream and mix well.
3. In a large, deep sided casserole dish, layer Nilla wafers, bananas (cut into rounds), and Cool Whip mixture. Repeat layers, ending with Cool Whip mixture.
4. Refrigerate overnight.
Note: This recipe makes a very large banana pudding, so make sure to use a very large dish to accommodate it. Otherwise, I have been known to split it between two regular-sized dishes and you can do the same (one to give away or serve and one to keep all for yourself—but don’t tell anyone!).
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