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Easy No Cook Banana Pudding Recipe

Here is an Easy No Cook Banana Pudding Recipe that you can make for dessert for the whole family. Everyone is going to love this easy recipe for banana and nilla wafer pudding. It’s a great pudding recipe for bananas that you don’t have to cook. It’s quick and easy pudding. Make this Easy No Cook Banana Pudding Recipe for parties, picnics and potlucks.

Easy No Cook Banana Pudding Recipe

Creamy Banana pudding is a delight to young and old. Layered with fresh bananas make an even more beautiful display at presentation.

Dessert bowls of easy no cook banana pudding will bring back memories of a more simple life for everyone.

Serve this delightful easy no cook banana pudding recipe topped with fresh whipped cream for a delightful taste. Delicious vanilla wafers can serve, as a beautiful outline for a bowl of easy no cook banana pudding recipe.

Serve chilled for a cool refreshingly easy dessert entree. This makes a luscious dessert entree that is light and perfect following any family meal.

The youngsters in the family have been known to scrape every delectable bite from their dessert bowls. Make plenty of this easy no cook banana pudding recipe so everyone can have their fill. For an even more elegant presentation serve this easy no cook banana pudding recipe in a clear trifle dessert bowl.

Have You Ever Had Banana Pudding?

Quick and Easy No Cook Banana Pudding Recipe
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Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Pudding
Serves or Makes: 8
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Ingredients
  • 1 lb vanilla wafer cookies
  • 8 oz sour cream
  • 2 cups whole milk
  • 4 peeled, sliced bananas
  • 8 oz thawed whipped topping
  • 5 oz package instant vanilla pudding mix
Instructions
  1. Mix the sour cream with the whipped topping, pudding mix and milk.
  2. Put a layer of cookies in the bottom of a dish, then add a layer of pudding mixture, then a layer of bananas.
  3. Repeat these layers until all the ingredients are used.
  4. Refrigerate until serving.

 
Photo Credit: banana pudding by stu_spivack, on Flickr
 
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