Hi There! How’s your weekend going?
We’ve got lots of snow falling here in DC… hopefully it won’t be too bad.
In case you missed my post yesterday. Here’s a little recap.
I told my husband to pick anything he wanted for dinner and dessert, and I would make it and put in on the blog.
I was so nervous after I asked him. You just never know what’s gonna come out of his mouth.
Within 3 seconds of asking him, the words “Chicken Pot Pie & Banana Pudding” came flowing out of his mouth. He was even smiling when he said it.
The thought of making a Chicken Pot Pie intimidated me… but the banana pudding was a breeze!
You want to slice up some bananas, and get box of classic vanilla wafers.
For the pudding I used Jell-O instant banana cream mixed with 1% milk
All that’s left to do is layer with cool whip and you’re done!
- 3-4 Bananas, sliced
- One box Nilla Wafers
- One box of Jell-O Banana Cream instant pudding
- 1% Milk (2 cups)
- One large tub Cool Whip
Make pudding according to box directions. Let the pudding sit for about 5 minutes.
Take a medium size bowl or trifle dish. I like to use little martini glasses for individual servings.
Start with a layer of Nilla Wafer on the bottom, then pudding, then bananas, then cool whip. Repeat for one or two more layers.
The final layer will be cool whip. You can top with remaining Nilla Wafers for garnish.
Question of the Day?
If someone offered to make you anything you wanted for dinner & dessert, what would it be?
My choice would be my mom’s enchiladas accompanied with a margarita, and a warm brownie with ice cream on top for dessert… YUM 🙂