World’s Easiest Banana Pudding Recipe
I have searched the land over for the world’s easiest banana pudding recipe, and I’ve finally found it! This super simple No Bake Banana Pudding can be whipped up in just a few minutes. It truly could not get any easier to make!
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No Bake Banana Pudding Recipe
This pudding is light and fluffy, with just the right amount of sweetness.
It’s perfect for a summer dessert, because there is no need to turn on the oven.
Simply mix everything together, let it chill in the fridge, and enjoy!
- 2 Boxes of Instant Vanilla Pudding Mix
- 1 Container of Cool Whip
- 2 Large Bananas
- 1/2 Box of Vanilla Wafers
Step #1: Follow the box directions to make one large batch of vanilla pudding!
Step #2: When the pudding is ready, begin layering pudding, vanilla wafers, bananas, Cool Whip…pudding, vanilla wafers, bananas, Cool Whip…until you get to the top of your container, and then top it all off with some crushed vanilla wafers!
Step #3: Allow this dessert to chill in the fridge for a bit before serving!
Easy Banana Pudding
With only four common ingredients, this is a dessert that anyone can make.
If you have kids, they will love helping to mix everything together. This would also be a great recipe to take to a potluck or picnic.
Because it takes just a few minutes to pull this easy banana pudding recipe together you can make it the morning you want to serve the dessert.
It also tastes so good the next day and keeps well.
Just store it in an airtight container in the fridge and it will stay fresh for a few days.
If you have any leftover ingredients, layer them in a to-go container and deliver to a friend!
Always, always, always make extra food for you friends. They will love you for it!
Banana Pudding Variations
I like to top my banana pudding with fresh bananas and whipped cream, but you can also get creative and add your own toppings. Some other ideas include:
- Crushed cookies
- Chocolate chips
- Peanut butter cups
- Coconut flakes
You can also change up the flavors by using chocolate pudding or even a peanut butter instant pudding.
Someone recently told me that they liked to use Nutter Butter Cookies in place of Vanilla Wafers, and we are dying to give that a try soon! I bet it tastes amazing!
Just imagine the combinations you can make with a different pudding mix and toppings.
No matter how you choose to top or flavor your pudding, I think you will love this No Bake Banana Pudding Recipe. It’s easy to make and so delicious!
It’ll be a hit at any potluck, backyard barbeque, or brunch that you take it too. And I have a sneaking suspicion that you might even find yourself making it just because.
If you’re looking for another recipe for your ripe bananas, you’ll love this Brown Sugar Banana Bread!
World's Easiest Banana Pudding Recipe
- 2 boxes Instant Vanilla Pudding Mix
- 1 container Cool Whip
- 2 Large Bananas
- 1/2 box Vanilla Wafer Cookies
- Follow the box directions to make one large batch of vanilla pudding!
- When the pudding is ready, begin layering pudding, vanilla wafers, bananas, Cool Whip...pudding, vanilla wafers, bananas, Cool Whip...until you get to the top of your container, and then top it all off with some crushed vanilla wafers!
- Allow this dessert to chill in the fridge for a bit before serving!
I love easy desserts! Your banana pudding recipe looks delicious. Pinned to my desserts board. I’m visiting from Meet Up Monday. I’d like to invite you to share at Snickerdoodle Sunday. We would love to have you join the party.
Thanks, Beverly! I’m so glad we’ve connected – Looking forward to staying in touch!
Gotta love a dessert THIS easy!! This is my brother’s favorite, so I can’t wait until he comes home so I can make it for him!
How fun!! Yes, let me know what he thinks! 🙂
What size vanilla pudding? Big or small?
3.4 oz or 5.1?
I usually go with the big one! haha!
Can this be made 2 days in advance and be ok to serve?
I have made mine the day before and it’s been fine – possibly even better-tasting! I think you’d be fine!
What about chocolate pudding and vanilla?
Yum! That sounds delicious! My family would like that, too~