Bobby (*_*)


I came up with this creation over night (a dream). I couldn't figure out all the ingredients. I knew it tasted good.

Ones again (in another dream), I was making this, and I couldn't make out the name on the box. I was putting milk, in a bowl, with a box with no name. But it still tasted good. I knew it had cherries in it, and cool whip. I remember making the graham cracker crust, along with the vanilla wafers.

I was setting at the computer eating some banana pudding, when all-of-a-sudden, that was it, bananas, the flavor of bananas was in the un-named box! BANANA PUDDING!!!


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45 Min
10 Min


  • 1 stick
    margarine or butter
  • 1
    sleeve---graham crackers, crushed fine
  • 21 oz
    cherry pie filling
  • 3 large
  • 5.1 oz
    banana pudding, prepare as directed
  • 1 tsp
    vanilla extract
  • 11 oz
    vanilla wafers
  • 8 oz
    cool whip



  1. Preheat oven at 350 degrees. Get a 4 quart glass, ovenproof, bowl. Take the cool whip out of freeze, and thaw.
  2. Take the stick of butter, place in microwave to melt. Take the sleeve of graham crackers, and crush fine (I used a food processor).
  3. Take the butter and graham crackers and mix until you can make a crust in the bottom of the 4 quart bowl.
  4. Place in 4 quart bowl, and press down and make even on bottom of bowl.
  5. Place in preheated oven for 10 minutes. Remove from oven, and let cool (about 30 minutes).
  6. Take the cherries and place in food processor, and mix until puree.
  7. After the crust have cool down, pour the puree cherries over the crust.
  8. Take a spoon and smooth over the crust.
  9. Take the vanilla wafers, and crush fine (I used food processor). Pour into a medium bowl. If you have one food processor, like me.
  10. Take half of the crushed wafers, and pour over the puree cherries.
  11. Take and smooth over the puree cherries.
  12. Take the bananas, mashed them (I used a food processor), until creamy.
  13. Pour the creamy bananas over the wafers.
  14. Smooth out the banana . Add the rest of crushed wafers. Smooth out.
  15. Take the banana pudding mix, and prepare as directed on box. Add vanilla extract.
  16. Take and pour over the creamy bananas. smooth out.
  17. Take the thawed cool whip, and place on the banana pudding, and smooth out. Place in refrigerator with cover, for 3 or more hours (I left my overnight). Refrigerator after each serving.

Printable Recipe Card


Course/Dish: Fruit Desserts Puddings
Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: American

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