Southern Banana Pudding
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 15 min. + chilling
Old fashion banana pudding! Delicious, very rich and creamy!
This is the way "real" banana pudding should be made! I hadn't made it for years - somehow I remembered it to be sort of time consuming - but I was really craving a taste of the past, and this recipe didn't disappoint! SOOOOO much better than the instant pudding type! It didn't take long to put together, either.
Great recipe. I doubled the recipe and used a 9 x 13 dish. Worked perfect. Don't adjust anything. I am keeping this in my recipe box.
Delicious just the way it is!! Don't change a thing.
This is far better than then the one they are featuring today (11/06/2013). This one is true southern banana pudding. It bothers me when people try to change up Southern Banana Pudding. It is one dessert that is truly belongs to the South and you cannot improve on perfection. The person that gave this recipe three stars must be one if those health nuts or watching sugar intake but don't take out your issues on the desserts. Listen people desserts are sweet or should be sweet. So don't act like your disappointed because the dessert is sweet / you see one ingredients before you make it. If you need to change it up because if health reasons that is your issue not the desserts!!! I have made Southern Banana Pudding since I was at my mothers knee. Our recipe is very similar - we make a bigger batch - so our recipe is doubled and instead of using 2 eggs we use 3 eggs (when doubled 6 eggs). We use more butter, and we use half milk with half evaporated milk as well as a bit more vanilla. The merIngue is pretty much the same. But this basic recipe is wonderful for people wanting to learn how to make a true Southern Banana Pudding. It definitely gets five stars. If I had to find a problem with this it would be that there is not a picture of this fabulous dessert and recipe.
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So easy! I doubled recipe to make 13x9 pan and it was perfect!
I added a cup of coconut to the custard to make a pie. I put it on a 9" cooked pie shell, put the meringue on top,cooked it and I was done.
I make this recipe all the time, my husband said "it was like the won his mother used to make." I love it, I was always taught to make banana pudding cold. This is very good.
I like the creamy texture of this classic Southern treat. Very comforting food since I was a youngster growing up in Texas. MMMM!