Most cooks know how to make banana pudding. I believe that banana pudding has to be America’s all time favorite refrigerator dessert. Every picnic I have ever attended throughout my years has had some form of banana pudding recipes. No matter what the version as long as it has bananas and a creamy pudding mixture it has been delicious and always a big hit. This first recipe is one of the more basic banana pudding recipes which I remember from the past; of course with vanilla wafers.
Preheat oven to 325F degrees.
Combine and mix sugar, salt and flour; gradually add to scalded milk in double boiler.
Cook mixture in double boiler for 15 minutes stirring constantly until thick.
Beat egg yolks; pour about ½ of cooked mixture into yolks while whisking and then return to double boiler.
Cook and stir for 2 more minutes; stir in lemon juice and cool.
Line a 7 inch casserole baking dish with vanilla wafers, then make a layer of sliced bananas, then spoon a layer of pudding over the bananas.
Continue making layers of wafers, bananas and pudding until all pudding is used and end with the pudding.
Beat egg whites until stiff peaks form adding 2 Tablespoons sugar; spread meringue over pudding.
Bake in oven about 20 minutes until the meringue is lightly browned and set.
If you know how to make banana pudding, you will find this one is easy and quick to mix up by using packaged ingredients.
Mix this recipe by hand.
Combine and mix sweetened condensed milk and cold water in a large bowl; add pudding mix and beat until thick.
Chill for 5 minutes.
Fold in Cool Whip with pudding.
Layer vanilla wafers, bananas and pudding until all is used.
Top with sliced bananas and crushed vanilla wafers.
Learn how to make banana pudding by using this recipe. It is different from most banana pudding recipes because it has a crust and cream cheese in it; more like cheesecake.
Preheat oven to 350F degrees.
Combine and press into the bottom of 9 X 13 inch baking pan; bake until light brown and cool.
Cook pudding layer
Blend ingredients in a saucepan and cook over medium heat until thick; set aside to cool and do cheese layer.
Cream together cream cheese and sugar; fold in whipped topping and spread over baked crust.
Spread sliced bananas over top.
Spread pudding layer over top of bananas.
Spread more whipped topping on top of pudding; refrigerate for a couple hours to set.