Mom Creates Mind-Bending Dessert With Bananas And Vanilla Wafers. It’ll Make Your Tongue Dance!

banana pudding

Banana pudding is a family dessert. It’s often served to us when we were kids because it’s easy to make and there was no need for complicated methods or even complicated ingredients.

This is truly one of the best ones out there. You will love this! This is indeed one of the quickest and easiest banana pudding recipes that I ever encountered. It’s very far from the usual banana pudding, but it tastes just as great or probably even better depending on your preferences. One thing is for sure though, everyone will love this version!



1 small box of jello banana instant pudding (plus ingredients mentioned in the package)

1-8oz tub of whipped topping

1 box nilla wafers

about 4 bananas cut in slices


Prepare pudding according to package directions, let sit for the two minutes.

Line bottom and sides of a 9 X 9 glass pan (or round dish) with Nilla wafers.

To the banana pudding bowl, fold in 1/2 tub of whipped topping. Fold until completely blended.

Pour 1/2 the pudding mix over the wafers then lay rows of banana slices over the pudding.

Place nilla wafers in between bananas, top with remaining pudding.

Make rows of nilla wafers and bananas by alternating wafer, banana, wafer banana.

Top the banana slices with dollops of remaining whipped topping.

Refrigerate several hours or overnight before serving.

To make individual servings: Combine 1/2 the pudding mix with 1/2 tub of whipped topping. In mason jars or other pretty glass dishes, make layers of crushed nilla wafers, pudding, banana slices and whipped topping. Refrigerate for a couple of hours, then serve.





Quick Tip: Serve with tea or coffee.