Homemade Banana Pudding with Nila Wafers
The creamy sweet banana pudding is the best dessert at the party! It is all the rage for its light banana flavor, thick pudding and crunchy vanilla cookies.
This classic dessert is perfect any time of the year. Whether you eat it in small pieces, individual jars or casseroles, no one can resist its deliciousness. Must check out our banana pudding poke cake!
Homemade Banana Pudding
I have a soft spot for homemade banana pudding. This is one of my favorite desserts. It requires simple ingredients, blends together quickly, and tastes addictive! I can eat that silky pudding all day long.
One of the best things about banana pudding is the way you serve it.
You can put it and all the delicious ingredients on a small plate and serve it with a large spoon. You can also put it in a separate small cup or mason jar. Then everyone can eat their own small portion of banana pudding. You can even put it in a casserole! Or even as a poke cake!
No matter how you prepare, this classic hospitality will surely be loved by anyone who has tried it.
How to make banana pudding
Banana pudding consists of four layers:
- Nila wafer biscuits
- Pudding Mix
- Banana Chips
- Whipped fillings
pudding. First start making the pudding mixture. Beat the cream cheese in a large bowl until smooth and fluffy-make sure there are no lumps!
Then add sweetened condensed milk, pudding mixture, cold milk and vanilla. Mix everything until smooth. Fold to 8 ounces. (2 cups) Fresh cream ingredients, put in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to cool.
- Take your side dish and spread vanilla cookies on the bottom edge.
- Then add half of the pudding mixture and spread it on the bottom of the plate.
- Put a layer of banana slices on top.
- Then put a layer of light cream on top of the banana
- Repeat the layers in this order.
- Finally put vanilla cookies and some bananas on top.
Keep it in the refrigerator for at least an hour or overnight.
This banana pudding recipe is similar to our banana pudding poke cake! This recipe is perfect when you want the taste of banana pudding but want to eat cake. Everything you like about banana pudding in cake form!
This is also one of the easiest dessert recipes ever. Try these two recipes-I know you will like them.
Store in advance
Can it be made in advance? Vanilla wafer banana pudding will get better over time. That’s why I like this dessert. The longer it stays in the refrigerator, the softer the biscuit will be by absorbing all the moisture in the pudding.
It tastes great on the second or even the third day, which is why it is a great pre-made dessert. If you want to make it ahead of time, don’t put any bananas on it, otherwise they will look brown and disgusting the next day.
How to store banana pudding? You can put it on a small plate, or any plate you’ve ever served, and cover it tightly with plastic wrap. Homemade banana pudding can be stored in the refrigerator for 5-6 days.
Are you happy to try this recipe? I hope you like it!
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Preparation time 20 minutes
Total time 20 minutes
Calories 74 kcal
Author Little Luna
- 1 8 oz.Cream cheese softened
- 1 14 oz.Sweetened condensed milk
- 1 5 oz.Instant Vanilla Pudding Mix
- 3 cups cold milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 3 8 oz. Defrosted uncooked topping (or 6 cups of homemade whipped cream)
- 4 sliced bananas
- 1/2 12 oz.Boxed vanilla wafers
In a large bowl, beat the cream cheese until fluffy and without lumps. Add sweetened condensed milk, pudding mixture, cold milk and vanilla, and stir until smooth.
Fold to 8 ounces. Whip the cream and mix until combined. Put it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
On the bottom of a small plate, put vanilla pancakes on the edges. Add half of the pudding mixture and spread out, putting a layer of banana slices on top. Add a layer of whipped topping. Repeat the layer. Nila wafer-pudding mixture-banana-whipped toppings.
If needed, put more wafers and banana chips on top. Refrigerate for at least one hour before serving.
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