Dessert Without Heating Up Your Kitchen! Layered Banana Pudding
This time of year it's too hot too cook dinner let alone cook a dessert. That's when I pull out my NO COOK recipes.
I grew up eating Layered Banana Pudding Dessert. My parents also grew up on this dessert. My mother, being from Missouri, was taught to make it using crushed graham crackers. My father's mother, being from Tennessee, always prepared this with crushed Nilla Wafers. Either way, it's quick, easy and doesn't heat your kitchen up.
1 small box Vanilla Instant Pudding
2 cups cold milk
Prepare pudding according to directions on box.
1 1/2 packages of graham cracker crumbs, crushed finely (divide into thirds)
3 small bananas, sliced
In a 1 1/2 to 2 quart dish layer ingredients starting with graham cracker crumbs. Then 1/2 of the pudding followed by 1/2 of the bananas. Repeat. The last layer should be the third layer of graham crackers to seal it good.
Refrigerate until set, approximately 1 hour.
random thought: See that antique square dish? I took it from my aunt's estate when preparing for the sale. It's square! I absolutely love it. It's only 1 1/2 quart which I found is a size I love and use often. Did I mention I love this dish?
AND I took that picture with my new camera! I'm slowly getting the hang of it.... how does it look on your computer to you?