I, Bailey Kamau, aspiring to become adept in my knowledge of food, will dazzle you with this simple old fashioned recipe with a little twist.
THE AMAZINGLY GOOD AND SIMPLE BANANA PUDDING
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Have you had banana pudding you just couldn’t get enough of? Here’s one that everyone will talk about:
1 instant banana pudding mix
8 oz. container of whip cream
1 c of milk
A box of vanilla wafers
Now adventurous friends, let us start with pouring the pudding mix into a large mixing bowl. Add milk. Mix with whisk. After two minutes it should start to thicken.
You will add 4 tbsp of whip cream. Mix it in well. (It’s the special ingredient.) When all this has been finished, you will bring out a second bowl. You’re ready to put your first layer of cookies down at the bottom of the bowl. Make sure the bottom is well covered with cookies.
Take one banana. Slice it up, and lay the banana slices on top of the cookies. Take your banana pudding mix and spread some of it on top of the bananas. Now that you have a layer of cookies, bananas, and pudding, place another layer of cookies. And repeat the layering again. When you have finished putting down the banana pudding mix you will layer the cookies one last time and top with whip cream.
For a tasty decoration, I like adding blueberries or strawberries to the top. Feel free to experiment. In less than 30 minutes it’s ready to be carried to the party or serve your family for a quick and delicious after dinner dessert. Warning: IT ONLY SERVES 8.
The Kamau Sisters
Hi! We're Nia, Jada, and Bailey Kamau. We laugh, sing, read, and have Narnia marathons probably more than we should. Thanks so much for checking out our blog!
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