Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a great banana dessert!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix toghether graham cracker crumbs, margarine and sugar; mix well.
  2. Press crumb mixture onto flat bottom of Springform pan.
  3. In 2 quart.
  4. bowl whisk together sour cream and milk until blended.
  5. Add pudding mix; whisk until pudding is dissolved.
  6. Add whipped topping mixing until well blended.
  7. Spread half of filling over crust.
  8. Slice bananas; arrange over filling.
  9. Spread remaining filling over bananas.
  10. Grate pecans over top.
  11. Chill.
  12. To serve, remove collar from Springform pan; cut into wedges.


Most Helpful

This was delicious. I made it with regular sour cream and cool whip as my husband balks at anything with the works "lite" or "low fat". My only reservation in giving it a whole 5 stars was that 15 whole graham crackers were too much to blend with the given amount of sugar and butter to make "crust". With 15 whole graham crackers I had what seemed like too large an amount of crumbs that didn't hold together at all. I added another 1/4 cup of margarine to get what seemed like a better consistency and saved half of the whole mixture to use for something else. Overall though, very tasty and easy enough for anyone to make successfully.

Sharlene~W February 18, 2002

This tasted great! Very refreshing and not too heavy after a big meal. I have to agree w/ Sharlene to cut down on the graham crackers. When I went to cut it/take the ring off it was not stable and the crust was crumbly. I ate it anyway as did my guests. It has GREAT flavor and the sour cream adds a twist to the usual banana desserts around. I thought instead of changing the recipe to do it in a trifle dish in 2-3 layers.

Shabby Sign Shoppe September 17, 2002

This is very easy and very tasty. When I was a Pampered Chef Consultant, I used this recipe in my demos. It was always a hit and always disappeared. I learned to make more!

LeAnne Conaway September 09, 2002

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