A dessert like banana pudding is bound to be a healthier option than the average dessert with bananas being the main ingredient. This sweet treat is one of the greatest uses for overripe bananas in the recipe box. It uses much less sugar than a traditional pudding since the bananas themselves are very sweet. I’ve also included an easy to make copycat recipe for gluten free vanilla wafers since they can sometimes be hard to find. This is a great make-ahead dessert for the whole family. To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at ezgf.blogspot.com All photographs in this video were taken be me. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use my photographs. The music used in this video is royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license. incompetech.com Ingredients for the Pudding: • 4 cups milk • 1/2 cup corn starch • 1/4 cup sugar • ¼ tsp salt • 1 tbsp vanilla extract • 5 ripe bananas, 3 mashed and 2 sliced Ingredients for the Vanilla Wafers • 3 eggs • 1 cup dark brown sugar • ½ cup melted butter or 1 stick • 1 tbsp vanilla extract • 1 ¾ cups gluten free Bisquick For additional free healthy dessert recipes, cooking tips and tutorials go to www.FaveDiets.com For this recipe at Favediets go to www.favediets.com
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Awesome. I hope you like them. My daughter didn’t care for the banana pudding too much but she sure loved? the cookies.
Im? making the wafers tonight! I miss vanilla wafers so much
The vanilla wafers were great. For the pudding, if you’re making this for kids, I would just use 2 boxes of? Jello instant vanilla pudding. My 10 year old instructed me that she would have liked it much better if I would have used the boxed pudding.
I have to give this one a? try 🙂
It might work but if I were you I would try it with 1 3/4 cups of regular flour with 2 tsp of baking powder. ? Or I would just pick up a box of Nabisco Nilla wafers. 🙂
This looks amazing Anne! I love how you used bisquick for the wafers – I wonder? if reg bisquick would work too – I’ll have to try this 🙂
Oh Sandy it’s so good to hear from you. I can’t wait until you are back with more of your excellent recipes. I’m just dying to see? some of that incredible food. Nobody does Mexican better my friend.
Thanks Angie, you always say such nice things. Have? an excellent evening my friend.
I’m so impressed with how you can turn something yummy but evil into something yummy and just plain? yummy, lol. I love it Anne!!!!
This looks fantastic Anne! I just bought a bunch of bananas yesterday! I have to try it ASAP!!! Congrats on 800subbies! you are doing an awesome job with your recipes I have tried a some of your recipes and I loved each of them… :D? keep e awesome work!!!
Thanks I appreciate it.?
Thank you. I? appreciate you stopping by.
A great dish!? Layer after layer of yum!
Thank you. The wafers turned? out great. I’m not always so lucky with some of my little recipe experiments.
Looks sooo good! I love banana pudding and you cant go wrong with those homemade wafers! Thank you very much for taking the time? to post this.