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I was picked again to host another House Party only this time it was Nilla Wafers and International Delights Coffee. YUM! I had about a dozen friends and family come over for a nice spread of dessert and coffee. We had a good time eating while the kids all played outside. This week, I will share with you the dishes I made.
For my first recipe, I had to change up the original Banana Pudding recipe. My daughter is allergic to food dyes and all the vanilla puddings had a combo of dyes in them. Go figure! I’ve been wanting to make pudding from scratch, but I figured making it for a party for the first time was not a good idea. Then I had a thought…chocolate and bananas are tasty together and the chocolate pudding had no dye. YEAH!
Chocolate Banana Pudding
|3 1/2 cups cold milk|
|2 pkg. (4-serving size each) chocolate flavor instant pudding|
|30-40 NILLA Wafers|
|5-6 medium bananas, sliced|
|1 tub (8 oz.) whipped topping, thawed (or make your own)|
|Combine milk and pudding mixes in a large bowl. Beat with a wire whisk for 2 minutes. or until well blended. Let pudding stand 5 minutes.|
|Meanwhile arrange half of the wafers on the bottom and up side of a 2-qt. serving bowl; top with layers of half of the banana slices and pudding. Repeat all layers. Cover with whipped topping.|
|Refrigerate 3-4 hours. Top with a few more bananas when ready to serve. Store leftovers in refrigerator.|
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