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Banana Pudding

By: Stephanie Keeping from
Updated March 31, 2021
Banana Pudding
Banana Pudding

"This delicious, homemade Banana Pudding Recipe is an old fashioned favorite you’ll love. I adore a good sweet treat and this Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding does the trick — it’s the ultimate Southern dessert. I can remember making this banana dessert as a little girl with my mama. And, typically, I don’t love bananas — don’t hate me. However I will say: magic happens when they are in this easy, cold, creamy classic. Make sure you try my banana cake and my chocolate chip banana cookies as well."


Preparation Time10 min

  1. In a bowl, blend the sweetened condensed milk with the water and milk.

  2. Stir in the instant vanilla pudding mix and blend well.

  3. Chill for five minutes in fridge to set slightly.

  4. While the pudding is chilling in the fridge, line the bottom of an 8×8 casserole dish with your Nilla Wafers.

  5. Thinly slice your bananas before pulling the pudding out of the fridge.

  6. Layer the wafers, pudding and bananas with the pudding between each layer, like so: wafers, pudding, bananas, pudding, wafers, pudding, bananas, etc.

  7. Top with a final layer of the Nilla wafers.

  8. Let the pudding set in the fridge overnight to soften the cookies to the perfect consistency.

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