Bite Size

Banana pudding is something my mom makes every Thanksgiving in a huge serving bowl. It consists of layers upon layers of pudding, cookies, and bananas. It's always a favorite amongst my family, especially with my step dad, Chuck. The other day, Chuck was talking about how he was craving said pudding because almost the only time we have it is around the holidays. I figured I could make some but since there are only four people in our house this summer, I wanted to scale down the portion size. I decided to make something bite size and diet friendly since my mom is calorie counting for a big vow renewal ceremony she and my step dad decided to do. These were easy to make and would be perfect bite size desserts to serve at any party. Enjoy!
{You'll need: vanilla wafers, bananas, vanilla pudding, and whipped cream. The pudding doesn't have to be sugar free, fat free but this tasted just as good with the diet friendly version. Also, I made 18 bites and only needed one banana so plan accordingly. You'll also need milk for the pudding.}
{Make the pudding according to the directions on the box and refrigerate while preparing the rest of the ingredients. Place vanilla wafers onto a platter, flat side facing up, and cut the banana into small pieces. Once the pudding is ready, put it into a ziplock bag and snip the corner of the bag with a pair of scissors. Carefully pipe the pudding onto the cookie, filling the entire surface; it will act as a glue for the banana. Place the banana over the pudding and top with whipped cream.
Tip: refrigerate until serving to prevent the whipped cream from melting.}


  1. Oh I will definitely try this! I love the idea of layering pudding, cookies and bananas :) xx

  2. Yummy!! Looks delicious!
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  3. YUM! I think these are easy enough that even I can make them :)