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Aug 1, 2012

Banana Pudding

Push-up Banana Pudding



5 – 6 ripe bananas

Juice of 1 lemon

1 box of Nilla vanilla wafers (reserve about 30 cookies for the top)

1 can of Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk

1 large box of Jell-O vanilla cook and serve pudding mix

2-1/2 cups half and half

1 stick of butter

1 TBS of vanilla extract

1 bag of Kraft mini marshmallows


Peel and slice bananas into even portions into a shallow bowl.  Add lemon juice to them to keep from turning brown.  Toss gently, set aside.  Pour vanilla wafers into a bowl for easy access when assembling the pudding.

In a heavy duty 2 Quart Saucepan, add sweetened condensed milk and half and half.  Stir to mix over medium heat.  Add pudding mix and stir until mixture thickens.  Be careful not to let burn.  A double boiler may also be used.  Add butter and continue to stir until it melts.  Add vanilla extract.  If mixture becomes too thick add a bit more half and half.  Remove from heat.

Assemble Banana Pudding in layers in a glass pan (such as a brownie pan) in this fashion: A little pudding mix on the bottom, vanilla wafers, bananas.  Continue to layer ending with pudding on the top.  Place reserved cookies along the edge of the pan about half way in.  Distribute marshmallows on top of pudding in an even layer.

Bake in a 350° oven until the marshmallows are browned and the pudding is heated through.



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