Banana Pudding

Banana Pudding

Banana pudding is a classic recipe.  A favorite is from Magnolia Bakery that uses simple ingredients that come together and make the perfect, easy, delicious dessert.  

I love an easy dessert.

If you don’t know already, my parents have my sisters and our families over for Sunday dinner every week. It seems like when I take something I end up taking a dessert. This banana pudding recipe is from Magnolia Bakery,  is a favorite because there are just a few ingredients, it’s simple to put together and it is a fan favorite.

It’s layers of vanilla wafers.

Bananas.

And a mixture of water, sweetened condensed milk, vanilla pudding and whipped cream.

It is so dreamy and creamy.

Tonight I added it into a trifle bowl and Karmen thought it would be pretty to put the bananas on the side of the bowl.  The bananas do brown a bit so I’m not sure it’s my favorite way to serve.  You can also just layer in individual cups or in a beautiful casserole dish.  No matter what way you decided to layer this goodness, just know that it will taste amazing.

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Banana Pudding
Instructions
  1. With a mixer, beat cold water and sweetened condensed milk until combined, about 1 minute. Add in instant vanilla pudding mix and beat until combined, about 2 minutes. Cover the pudding mixture and refrigerate for at least 4 hours (this allows the pudding the proper amount of time to set up).
  2. After the pudding has set up, with a mixer, beat heavy whipping cream until it reaches the consistency of whipped cream, about 4-5 minutes on high. Gently fold the whipped cream into the pudding, until the pudding is fully incorporated.
  3. Like the original recipe, I layered the banana pudding, beginning with a layer of wafers, a layer of bananas, banana pudding. You can put into a large trifle bowl, individual cups or in a casserole dish.
Recipe Notes

Refrigerate until ready to serve. According to Magnolia Bakery's directions, after the pudding is made, you can refrigerate for 4-8 hours, but for best results, do not refrigerate any longer.

*If doing individual servings, I like to wait 'til the last minute to put together the desserts to ensure the bananas are not brown.

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SOURCE: Magnolia Bakery

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