Fresh Banana Pudding: The Foundation of The South Land
But it is the fabulous cooking, homemade for sure, that makes the south the place where most people run to and stay than any other state. Now to narrow it down, the desserts keeps people flocking in and out and you will see why when you eat the (below dish), far more famous than chicken ‘n dumplings. It goes by the name of Creamy Banana Pudding. Not a cake, but you will love it.
Recipe used by permission of Pam Avery and Alexis Nash, Hamilton, Ala., both are fine cooks and wonderful southern belles. I have known these two for years. They are both fine women. Thank you, girls. Kenneth.
The Tasty Ingredients Are:
1 (14 oz.) Eagle Brand mlk
- 1 ½ c. cold water
- 3 ½ oz. Pkg. Instant vanilla pudding
- 2 c. Cool Whip
- Nilla Wafers
- 3 medium bananas (sliced and dipped in lemon juice)
- ½ c. sour cream
- Now. To prepare this delicious dessert for the dining table . . .in large bowl, combine milk and water. Add pudding mix and sour cream. Heat until well blended. Fold in Cool Whip. Line bowl with wafers, then bananas, then approximately 1/3 of mixture. Repeat until no bananas or mixture is left. Top with Cool Whip. Chill thoroughly and then. . .yell, ya-hoo, puddig’s heah!
February 13, 2020___________________________________________________
© 2020 Kenneth Avery