A creamy and custard-based homemade banana pudding made with real bananas is what you will find below. I am going to teach you how to make banana pudding the best way! Put that bag of banana pudding mix away, you won’t need it for this recipe.
Homemade Banana Pudding Recipe
In our home homemade banana pudding is made for any occasion. Holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, you name it. My entire family has a love for banana pudding and nothing beats my easy homemade banana pudding recipe.
Learn How to Make Homemade Banana Pudding From Scratch
Start out with a bundle of bananas, some sweetened condensed milk, eggs, water, and let’s really work on transforming these ingredients into a homemade pudding.
If you have never had homemade banana pudding, stop what you are doing now and get to work. This is a game changer on flavor.
How do You Make A Simple Banana Pudding Recipe
This recipe right here is straightforward and easy to follow. Grab your vanilla wafer and supplies and work through the steps and assemble a creamy and silky smooth pudding.
Eggs, sweetened condensed milk, vanilla, bananas, Nilla wafers are all you need to create the creamiest and most flavorful banana pudding recipe.
Young and old will be running with their plates to serve up another serving. Add a dollop of whipped cream on top, or top with meringue. Our choice is some more Nilla wafers to add that nice crunchy vanilla cookie texture to the silky smooth pudding.
Tips While Making Homemade Vanilla Pudding
Don’t burn your pudding mixture | Make sure to watch your pudding, because if you are not careful you can and will burn, and then you will have to start over. This isn’t a recipe you can set and forget.
Opt for Nilla Wafers | I have seen other recipes and tried it myself where you use shortbread or other types of vanilla cookies. It is just not the same and no other cookie will compare to the effect of a wafer paired to the pudding!
Ripe Bananas | Don’t go for under-ripe or over-ripe bananas. If they are over-ripe they will have so much flavor it could be overpowering. I aim for nice yellow colored bananas that have just a few tiny brown specks on it.
So there you have it! Making your own homemade banana pudding is rather easy, and once you try it, no more boxed mixes for you! Let me know what you think, and enjoy.