Pocahontas Pudding

When we were newlyweds, Steve preached at the church in Pocahontas, TN. Every Sunday we went home with one of the families for the afternoon. When they found out that Steve liked banana pudding, one of the ladies served it every time we went home with her. It was so good! No cooking required – we call it “Pocahontas Pudding” in our house! I never have to worry about the bananas turning brown – it doesn’t last that long! Hope that you like it.

Line dish with vanilla wafers. Cover with sliced bananas.

In a large mixing bowl – mix one package of instant vanilla pudding mix with 2 cups of milk – follow directions on the package, mixing for 2 minutes. Make sure you have INSTANT pudding.

Add one can of sweetened condensed milk. Mix well. Fold in a 12 oz. carton of Cool Whip. Pour a layer of the pudding on top of the bananas.

Layer vanilla wafers, bananas, and pudding mix until you get to the top of the dish. I usually have enough to make one large bowl and one smaller single serving one. Crumble a vanilla wafer on top to make it pretty. Keep in the refrigerator.

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