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Better Than Paula Deen's Or Mrs. Wilkes Banana Pudding

Better Than Paula Deen’s or Mrs. Wilkes Banana Pudding

Serving size: 6 to 8

Level of Difficulty: easy


Ingredients:
2 small boxes of Jello Banana Cream pie pudding mix
4 cups of milk
1 16 oz container of cool whip
1 cup of vanilla wafers, broken up
1 tablespoon of vanilla extract
1 teaspoon of banana extract
2 bananas, medium size, sliced thin
2 tablespoons of sugar


Directions: Sprinkle sugar over bananas to prevent oxidation. Combine the Jello pudding mix with the milk and stir to combine. Add extracts. Stir well. Add bananas and vanilla wafers to incorporate. Refrigerate for thirty minutes. Remove from refrigerator and fold in the cool whip. Return to refrigerator and chill until ready to serve. It is addictive and every bit of it will be eaten. Quick and easy, it is a speed scratch method. Speed Scratch is using already prepared items and finishing them or utilizing them with other ingredients to speed up the recipe process.

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