Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Wednesday's Recipe's - Naner Puddin'

...or better known as Banana Pudding.

My recipe isn't written down, I just wing it, so I am going to tell you how I make it and leave it up to you to figure it out. It isn't that hard though, trust me. Just make the pudding according to the boxes. Add milk and stir well..you know?


Dana's Naner Puddin'

5-7 bananas
1 large box Jello vanilla instant pudding
1 regular box Jello banana instant pudding
milk (I use skim)
2 boxes vanilla wafers (cookies y'all)
1 large container Cool Whip (I use low-fat)

OK. First, combine dry pudding mixes, add milk per instructions on boxes - mix- and set in fridge to chill. Set out Cool Whip container to thaw beforehand. You will need it to be easily spreadable.

Layer wafers in bottom of your serving dish. (If you use a trifle bowl, you will need to layer your ingredients more than once.) Add chilled pudding and spread to cover. Cut bananas into slices and layer on top of pudding, covering every inch. Add thawed Cool Whip and spread over bananas. Place more vanilla wafers around the edges of your dish for accents.

That's it! It's easy and delicious! It looks pretty layered in a trifle bowl, but you can use a shallow glass dish or a cake pan and no one will care. It's the taste that counts.

Now I grew up on banana puddings made with an egg-white meringue and served hot, but to be honest, I don't like them at all. Sorry Nanny! Love ya!
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Name: Dana
Location: Chicago, and if y'all call me a Yankee, I'll have to cyber-smack ya'!

I'm just a mom of two, a crafter of jewelry, and to keep my sanity among the Yankees (kidding)I write southern-themed poetry, short stories and memoirs. I have been published on the web on sites such as USA Deep South, Southern Humorists, Muscadine Lines - A Southern Journal, Mosaic Minds and Long Story Short. I am also a contributor in Dew on the Kudzu and Weight-Loss Articles.com where I write dieting humor.

And this is my blog... Kudzu, funny family stories, poems, family ghosts, snakes, sun-kissed southern memories all inside! Plus some travel reviews, recipes and more! I also make handcrafted jewelry! Check out my jewelry blog - Colors of the Woods

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