Lovely blogger Casey Weigand is hosting a recipe exchange! And yes, I know I've posted this recipe before, but I just made it for the Swanson 4th of July celebration, and it was as crazy-delicious as ever.
By the way, I did make it the low-sugar way, and it was still a huge hit.
All credit goes to Pam Pike, from whom I got this recipe at Faith Baptist Church in Round Rock, Texas!
Pam Pike's Easy and Delicious Banana Pudding
3 cups cold milk--use skim milk to cut fat and calories
2 boxes banana cream pudding-- or use sugar-free, fat-free banana cream pudding
About 1 and a half boxes of Nilla Vanilla Wafers, depending on how much cookie you like in your pudding--set aside about a half box to crush for top of pudding--I used reduced-fat Nilla wafers
4 good-sized bananas, sliced
2 cartons Cool Whip--I used Sugar Free Cool Whip
Whisk the pudding with the 3 cups milk; set aside. Slice 4 bananas and fold into pudding mixture. Fold in 1 carton Cool Whip and vanilla wafers. Smooth another carton of Cool Whip on top; top with crushed vanilla wafers. Refrigerate overnight to give cookies time to soften.
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