April 6, 2010


Here it is
What you've all been waiting for...
The Delish 
I HATE I didn't take a photo of my own. 
Because mine was SOOOO SO Pretty!

Strawberry Banana Pudding
  • 1 Package instant French Vanilla Pudding
  • 1 Package instant Banana Cream Pudding
  • 3 cups Low Fat Milk
  • 4 Medium sized Bananas
  • 1 Carton Fresh Strawberries
  • 1 Box Vanilla Wafers
  • 1 Large Container Cool whip
Pour both  packages of pudding in a bowl, then pour in half of the milk. slowly.
Using a wire whisk or electric hand mixer mix until the ingredients turn into,.....well Pudding of coarse. 
Add in the rest of the milk and mix again until it becomes thick and turns into Pudding:]
It's going to smell yummy too!
Take HALF of the container of Cool Whip, and fold that into the Pudding mixture
 Set the pudding aside.
When I make a trifle-ish looking dish, I like to put it in pretty glass so you can see the pretty layers.
If you don't have a glass dish that's okay. 
Use what you have
So, get whatever dish you have to use
and line the bottom of the dish with Vanilla Wafers.
I also line the side of my dish so you can see the wafers through the glass. It's so cute!
Next, put a layer of thinly sliced bananas evenly over the wafers,
then do the same with the fresh strawberries.
Now it's time to add a layer of pudding.
Pour a layer of pudding over the strawberry and banana layer and smooth it out evenly.
 That completes the first stage of the Pudding's pretty layers.
Now all you do is REPEAT the layers again.
When you put the last layer of Pudding
Then you put the remaining Cool Whip on top spreading it evenly.
and Top the Pudding in any Creative way you would like.
I decorate mine with some of the strawberries and I also crunch up the rest of the vanilla wafers and sprinkle them on top!

You're going to LOVE this!
let me know what you think.



the real mia said...

Yumm. You are so right! Next time I get those lovely Farmer's Market strawberries I will have to try this recipe.

Mi Vida Bonita said...

Oh I just LOVE LOVE LOVE strawberries + anything with them! Sounds and looks yummy! Thanks for stopping by my blog sweetie!


Anonymous said...

I was thinking this sounds a lot like a trife, which I used to love as a kid. Every party we had or went to had a trifle YUMMY!

Veronica said...

This looks delish. Must try.

Jessica said...

This would have been perfect on Labor Day! YUM!