It's common to see Banana Pudding on the table of a southern household especially for a sunday dinner.
In a large bowl- layer vanilla wafers and slced bananas, row after row until bowl is full-
On low heat mix sugar and flour-
Add milk slowly as sugar melts-
Add eggs, keep stirring-
Add remaining milk- keep stirring until thick but thin enough to seep through the layers of bananas and vanilla wafers-
Add a bit of butter and vanilla flavoring right before poring- mix-
Pore hot pudding over bowl of layered wafers and bananas-
Let sit for 30 minutes so pudding can soad into each layer and bind the dessert together-
Serve with coffee or a tall glass of milk!
Banana Pudding tastes great hot or cold!
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Video Above: The video above is the webmasters mother showing how to cook the old time favorite Banana Pudding recipe from my youth. This pudding is cooked and NOT instant.
Watch my mother show you how to cook this old time favorite, Banana Pudding recipe from my youth. This pudding is cooked and NOT instant. pam, webmaster
What is Banana Pudding?
Banana pudding is a dessert common in the Southern United States, generally consisting of repeated layers of sweet custard, cookies (usually Vanilla Wafers) and sliced bananas placed in a dish, baked and served, sometimes with whipped cream or meringue on top.
Food Fact: The first Banana Pudding recipe was published in "The Kentucky Receipt Book," by Mary Harris Frazer, in 1903.