Total Time
2hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 2 hrs

I got the recipe from a co-worker several years ago. It is so easy and has a wonderful creamy taste. It is very rich, though, so a little goes a long way. It does make a large dish, so be sure to use large dishes when you go to make this. Cook time is actually chill time.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Layer bananas and vanilla wafers in a large casserole or trifle dish.
  2. Combine pudding, cool whip, condensed milk, and milk.
  3. Blend with mixer for 5 minutes, then pour over bananas and wafers.
  4. Chill.


Most Helpful

I finally had the chance to remake this now that you have made the corrections to the recipe. We really liked it! It wasn't overly sweet and it set up very nicely. I liked the fluffy consistancy and I will most definately make this again and again. I am glad I decided to give it another try! Thanks for posting it!

Malriah November 16, 2003

Wonderful pudding! I was out of cool whip so I whipped up about 8 oz. of heavy cream before adding the pudding, condensed milk and regular milk to it (in fact I think I like using the heavy cream better than cool whip and will do it this way next time I make this pudding also). This recipe may have been edited after the last review because I used 2 (3 oz) boxes of instant pudding without any problems. Everything set in no time at all. Thanks Jellyqueen for posting this keeper recipe that we will be having often.

ellie_ August 15, 2003

Easy, delicious, wonderful, and now a favorite!

HELEN W. August 24, 2013

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