If you love Banana Pudding and Cheesecake, I am going to rock your world! Today, I make both of these desserts collide, bringing you a Banana Cheesecake Pudding that is seriously addictive and easy!
One of the things I love about this recipe, aside from the taste, is that there is no baking required! It does need a few hours of chill time but other than that, it is a straightforward recipe that only requires a few key ingredients.
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I have made this several times over the past couple of months and I always forget to take photos. Or, I get bad ones due to the horrible lighting. Today, I made it early in the day which allowed me to get a few shots in before sunset.
About the Ingredients
For this recipe, I used one small package of the Minion’s Instant Banana Pudding as well as a small Cheesecake Instant Pudding mix. Note: If you want to make a basic Banana Pudding, replace the cheesecake instant pudding mix with a box of vanilla instant pudding in the same small size and keep everything else the same.
The Nilla Wafers I prefer to use are the mini ones. I purchased an 11 ounce box but didn’t use it all. I only used 8-10 ounces because someone complained of it being too “bread-y”! Everyone thought it was great, except for that one individual child of mine that shall remain nameless and disowned due to this complaining spirit! 😉
After peeling the bananas, slice them about 1/4 -1/2 inch wide. I used 6 bananas because they were small but feel free to use however many you like. Or use less if you prefer.
There was no need to use a mixer for this recipe. It comes together quite quickly and easy so all you really need is a whisk and a bowl to whip things up. This recipe yields a generous serving for about 10 people, give or take a few.
Recipe fits perfectly into a medium sized casserole dish. Since I have a crazy addiction to single serving treats, I decided to make a couple cups of this Banana Cheesecake Pudding. They’re perfect little single servings, which means you don’t have to share with anyone!
That’s pretty much it.