Recipe: Ghen's Bangin' Banana Pudding

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Ghen's Bangin Banana Pudding

I want to give a special thanks to my cousin Brandy for scribing this recipe.

No one can make Banana Pudding like my Aunt Gwen. Fun fact: when I was younger I couldn't say "Gwen" so I made due by saying "Ghen" and that never stopped.

I have tried many, many other banana puddings at restaurants and bakeries and I always regret it.

It’s just never as good as my Ghen's Bangin' Banana Pudding. ( I just gave it that name)

They don’t even come close and you would be shocked when I show you how easy it is to make.

I think the secret to my Ghen's Bangin' Banana Pudding is the can of sweetened condensed milk.

I love light bananas and more vanilla wafers and pudding in my banana pudding.

This recipe fills a 13×9 or you can do it in individual mason jars.

I hope you enjoy this recipe for Banana Pudding as much as I do! I promise it’s the best!


Ghen's Bangin' Banana Pudding
6-8 ripe bananas 1 can condensed milk 2 boxes Nilla Wafers 1/4 cup milk 2tsp vanilla extract 1 tsp nutmeg 1 tsp cinnamon Cool Whip Starting with cookies, layer a pan of your choosing with cookies then bananas. You should end up with three or four layers.
In a saucepan, combine condensed milk, milk, nutmeg, cinnamon and vanilla. Warm on low heat to incorporate ingredients.

Spoon mixture over cookie/banana layers, making sure to coat each cookie on the top layer. Refrigerate until cool, then add cool whip on top.

Garnish with crushed Nilla Wafers

Let it sit for a few more hours before serving. Enjoy!

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