Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Banana Split Pudding

So sorry to say that Dunkin DVD Movie Review did not go over the way we had hoped for, but that's OK because I think we came up with another concept that will blow it out of the water and best of all it all about DESSERT!!!!




Welcome my friends to Thursday is Dessert Day.... For my first installment I decided to upgrade a recipe my mom and most likely your mom used to make when we were kids, banana pudding. I love the simplicity of this dish along with the wonderful flavor it had, my mom used to make it all Spring and Summer long for me and my siblings. I picked this recipe because it is so easy and versatile; I took the original recipe and flavor to a whole new level of YUM!


5 - Bananas Sliced
2 C. - Fresh Sliced Strawberries
1 C. - Whipping Cream
¼ C. - Fudge Sauce
2 Tbs. - Honey Roasted Super Chunky Peanut Butter
Mini Nilla Wafer Cookies

In a bowl beat 3 bananas until smooth with an electric mixer on medium speed. Add the whipping cream and beat until soft peaks form. Melt in the microwave the fudge sauce and peanut butter, once melted pour it into the bowl with the cream, beat again until fully combined. Fold in 1 c. of the berries and mix well, be careful not to stir out all of the air you just whipped into the cream. In 4 (8oz.) parfait glasses place a cookie then top with some pudding, place down a layer of berries and bananas then repeat the layers. Garnish with a few more cookies and slices of fruit, chill until ready to serve.


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9 comments:

Coleen's Recipes said...

Yum-o!!

Donna-FFW said...

LOVE it. Chocolate, pudding, bananas, can't beat it! They look pretty in the glasses!

5 Star Foodie said...

Gorgeous dessert! So decadent and delicious!

Katherine Aucoin said...

You just brought this simple retro dessert to a whole new level! I love it and I can feel my hips expanding just gazing at this beauty!

Debbie said...

Oh does that every sound and look good. Perfect for summer!

teresa said...

How pretty, this looks like something I'd eat on my porch after a long hot day, I can't wait!

Grace said...

one dessert day? i thought every day was dessert day. :)
this is a lovely and very appetizing treat, marybeth--thanks for sharing it!

brlracincwgrl said...

That looks delicious! I'll have to definitely try that sometime!

Leslie said...

Wow..you took this pudding to a whole new level!

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