Monday, August 15, 2011

Easy Bannana Dessert

My in laws were in town this last week from Texas. My father-in-law loves banana pudding. I don't really understand why he loves it so much but I thought I would make it for him as dessert.  Its is so easy.

You need the three ingredients above + Whip Cream. I forgot to picture this since it was in the fridge. You will also need cold milk in order to make the vanilla instant pudding.

Step 1: Make pudding as directed on box and stick in the fridge

Step 2: layer bottom of bowl with vanilla wafers

Step 3: Add a layer of pudding

Step 4: Add layers of bananas

Step 5: Add layer of cool whip

Step 6: add bananas decoratively around the top 

Step 7: Store in fridge till ready to serve


I would say this would easily serve about 6 people. You can also get the low fat pudding and cool whip to cut some calories. Enjoy.

Also this happened over the weekend and 4 people died at the state fair. Please keep their families in your prayers.


Nicole said...

looooks yummy!

Catherine said...

yummo! can't wait to try it out, i might use chocolate pudding instead. :)

Camylla Leonardi said...

That looks so yummy and simple! So making this! Thanks!!

Ashley said...

yum! my grandma used to make this for us when we were kids!

Krysta said...

That looks lovely! I love banana pudding. Have you tried Paula Deen's Not Yo Mama's Banana Pudding? It's different and delicious! I might just need to try this soon. Thanks!

Krysta said...

For some reason, I can't reply to your comment on my blog through e-mail. I would love for you to do a guest post! If you get one together before Wed, let me know!

Ashley said... about you make this and bring it to work!? umm k..thanks :)hehe

Drew {Coral Cafe} said...

I Love Banana Pudding!! Reminds me of my grandmother bc she used to make it all the time!

What a tragedy at the fair! So incredibly sad!

natasha {schue love} said...

Yummm! Looks amazing!

agalandherdog said...

That's awful about the fair. Very scary!

Holly said...

SOO yummy!! And praying for those at the fair who were tragic.