It’s that time!!

This past weekend, I broke out Pat’s World Famous B’Nanner Puddin’ recipe and whipped up a batch of this creamy, dreamy, bananay little bit of heaven. 

Now…in my family we don’t exactly know who “Pat” is, if it’s a he or a she, or even if Pat’s human for that matter but Pat’s recipe has made it’s way to our picnic table countless times and will certainly stay a summertime dessert favorite for us, our family, and friends!  Yum!

Pat’s World Famous B’Nanner Puddin’
  1. 1 package cream cheese, 2 for extra richness
  2. 1 can sweetend condensed milk (14 oz), 2 for extra richness
  3. 4 1/4 cups milk (skim ha ha), 2 1/2 cups for extra richness
  4. 2 packages instant vanilla pudding (3 cup size)
  5. 1 large tub Cool Whip
  6. about 6 large bananas, ripe not green*
  7. 1 box Vanilla Wafers
* Don’t even bother if bananas are not ripe
  1. Soften cream cheese
  2. In very large mixing bowl, mix cream cheese and condensed milk
  3. Add the milk and mix until fairly smooth.  Bits of cream cheese will still be visible.
  4. Fold in 80% of Cool Whip until evenly blended.  Save the rest for garnish. (Lick beaters and spoons… or if your husband makes you, let him do the honors)
  5. Layer sliced bananas and Vanilla Wafers in large 9×13 pan or in a trifle dish.
  6. Layer pudding mixture over bananas/wafers.  Continue layering process until all gone. (Lick mixing bowl thoroughly…or…nevermind!)
  7. Garnish top with remaining Cool Whip and some wafers.  Chill 2 hours, call me, and serve.
Note:  For extra richness, use a second can of sweetened condensed milk, 14 oz less whole milk and a second package of cream cheese.
Note:  This recipe will make more than the 9×13 pan or trifle, so use another dish for the excess and be sure to save some bananas and wafers.

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