If you love to bake, but don’t actually like to use the oven, then this No Bake Banana Pudding is for you. Creamy with the perfect flavor, this recipe will wow your family and guests.
As much as I enjoy cooking, I don’t always want to actually bake! That is where this No Bake Banana Pudding comes in.
Whether you’re looking for a recipe to help satisfy your family’s sweet tooth or you need a recipe to take to a family gathering, this is it. Simple ingredients and not much of your time will equal one amazing dessert.
No Bake Banana Pudding Ingredients
If you think this recipe might be the slightest bit intimidating, don’t worry it isn’t. I will go over some of the ingredients with you, so you know what goes in this recipe.
Bananas – I can’t tell you how much I love bananas on a regular basis, but they taste so much better in desserts. Sometimes I buy bananas and let them go bad for this very reason. I get to bake this no bake dessert!
Ice Cold Water – What? Yes! Water is free, so you know this is going to be a budget friendly dessert.
Sweetened Condensed Milk – This ingredient is going to help make sure the recipe nice and sweet.
Heavy Cream – Another simple ingredient that will only help make this recipe even more delicious.
You will also need Chessman Cookies and Godiva white chocolate vanilla bean pudding. Both of these ingredients are my favorite part of the recipe.
I hope you’re able to make this No Bake Banana Pudding and enjoy it as much as we do around here. Make yourself a nice cup of coffee and sip it while you indulge in a piece of this banana pudding.
The flavor of this pudding is immaculate.
Enjoy and let me know how you love it!
This no bake banana pudding is a quick and easy dessert that everyone will love, no oven required!
- 5-6 bananas
- 1.5 cup ice cold water (add ice after you measure the water)
- 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
- 1 box Godiva white chocolate
- vanilla bean pudding
- 3 cups heavy cream
- 1 box Chessman Cookies
- Combine water (without the ice) and condensed milk with a whisk Add In the packet of pudding
- Whisk together and refrigerate for four hours.
- Whip the cream to stiff peaks with an electric mixer
- Fold in the whipped cream and pudding mixture until no streaks remains.
- Layer pudding and cream mixture, cookies and then bananas in a repeat pattern.
- Chill for 12 hours or overnight.
Vanilla pudding can be use in place of the godiva pudding. Nilla wafers can be used in place of chessman cookies.
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