Moms Easy Banana Pudding

Susan Elizondo


This was one of our favorite desserts my mom would make on the holidays or whenever we asked for it. All my brothers and sisters make it the same way for our families. My husband doesn't want it made any other way. I've tried a homemade version but, my family lets me know they want their grandma's.


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How to Make Moms Easy Banana Pudding


  1. Prepare pudding as directed on box. I use the small boxes. In separate bowl or dish spread out a layer of the wafers evenly on the bottom. Add layer of chopped bananas. I use two bananas per layer. Pour all the pudding on top of your two layers. Spread evenly. To the top of the pudding add rest of chopped bananas then layer the wafers on top. Chill. Enjoy....

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Course/Dish: Puddings
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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