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Nutter Butter Banana Pudding

October 24, 2014

OMG. Nutter Butter Banana Pudding. Maybe the easiest and yummiest dessert I have made in ages! I got this from my co-worker Dottie, who combined her banana pudding recipe with the idea of Nutter Butters from a former intern we had. It is the best collaboration in a dish. Dottie made it dessert at our start of the year dinner and one of my staff members became obsessed with it. There is a tradition in our office that I make whatever dessert our staff wants for their birthday. So when we had a birthday this week, this dish was requested. After I made it, I was telling Dottie that this is not at all how I normally make banana pudding. I generally use cook and serve, and I line the dish with cookies and bananas in precise order. That plan is out of the picture after this. So easy and so yummy! And really… can you get anything more southern than banana pudding and recipe sharing?

Nutter Butter Banana Pudding- before the whipped cream is added

Nutter Butter Banana Pudding- before the whipped cream is added

Enjoy!

Ingredients

  • 3 containers of those grab and go Nutter Butter mini cookies
  • 5.1 box of Vanilla Instant Pudding Mix
  • 3 Cups Milk
  • 3-4 bananas- sliced
  • 1 cup of whipping cream
  • 3/4 cup sugar

Steps

  1. This does involve three bowls- sorry
  2. Line the serving bowl you are using for the pudding with the Nutter Butter minis. I used two and a half containers for this.
  3. In a separate bowl, mix milk and pudding mix. Beat for about two and half minutes, or until pudding starts to set some.
  4. Stir in banana slices
  5. Pour mix over Nutter Butters
  6. In a separate bowl, use a hand mixer and beat whipping cream until it begins to get fluffy. Add in sugar and beat until you have a nice whip cream.
  7. Spread whip cream out over pudding
  8. Place remaining Nutter Butters on the top of the whip cream for decoration
  9. I let mine refrigerate for a few hours to get firm

Super easy and yummy! Sorry to friends with peanut allergies 😦

 

 

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