Banana Pineapple Pudding

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Why I Love This Recipe

I got this recipe from a friend of mine. We both enjoy cooking and we were one day talking about banana pudding. She suggested I try adding pineapples to the pudding, and so I did, and the rest is history. Everyone enjoyed it. It was a big hit at home and at the church. My husband won the dessert category at church with this recipe. Now, everyone is asking him to please make some more and bring it to church, they just can't get enough.

Ingredients You'll Need

7-8 bananas
3 cans of pineapples (crushed)
2 boxes vanilla wafers
2 tbs vanilla flavoring
2 cups of milk
1 egg
1/4 cup of flour
1 tub of whipped topping
1 cup of sugar


Layer your cookies, bananas, and pineapples. Then you will need to mix your milk and flour slowly so that it does not clump. Once it is mixed smoothly, you will need to put it on your stove top for about 5- to 10 minutes so that your pudding will begin to form. Then you will add your egg and vanilla flavoring and sugar to your liquid (do not use the white from the egg). Once your mixture has mixed well and you no longer see the egg, and it has begin to thicken, you can turn your pudding off, If it is to thick, add more milk, to thin, add more flour. and let it cool. One cooled, pour over your cookies and bananas,and pineapples and let it stand for about 1-2 hours. Then spread the tub of whipped topping over your dessert. Once done with whipped topping, crush some wafers over the topping. Sit in refrigerator to cool if you like your pudding cold

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