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September 05, 2007

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Deborah

I love banana pudding with Nilla wafers!!

Maggie

Do you think this would work as the filling for a banana cream pie? I am looking to make the ultimate banana cream pie, as that is MY husband's favorite dessert!

Butta Buns

That looks so comfortably and smooth!

Gene has all the luck, a birthday near Halloween, a pro baker, and more homemade puds.

Glenna

Deborah--LOL! Thanks for that reaction.

Maggie--Depends. This filling isn't cuttable thick. By the time you would cut the pie it would be oozing out everywhere so unless you like that kind of creamy pie specifically, this probably wouldn't work.

BB--Aaaahhh, you're very sweet! thank you

Kate

At least he's easy to please. Doesn't float my boat, but it is pretty enough to convince me to try it.

Auntie Miranda

Well, since I'm older than most dirt, I KNOW where she got her recipe. It was from her Betty Crocker Cookbook. She used the same recipe for pudding that she used for her cream pies. It may have had a pudding option that called for a little more milk. She always used 2% milk, no cream, and no banana flavor. Just vanilla, and it was IMITATION vanilla at that - Goodman's. She also did layers of cookies and bananas in-between layers of the pudding, but since she made about a GALLON at a time, it was probably easier to layer them
than if you make a NORMAL amount.

I'm betting the same recipe is STILL in a Betty Crocker cookbook. I'll check it out tonight.

Glenna

Thanks Miranda! Actually, I just read this to Gene and he said with the exception of wanting those layers of cookies and bananas in the middle, he likes mine alot. hey, here's to cream, you know? :-)

Mansi

beautiful!! I've made banana pudding with cake before and gorged it up myself! so I can relate to how gene felt!!

Glenna

Mansi--that's cute--made me laugh!

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