Monday, July 17, 2017

Bless Your Heart Banana Pudding

Yesterday was my husband David's birthday.  We don't eat a lot of cake
in our house, but we do love pudding ~ especially banana pudding.
So actually, this is birthday banana pudding.

Last year when we had a group of friends over, I served banana pudding
in little jars.  It was so easy to fill the jars, put the lids on,
 and keep in 
the fridge until time to serve.  Then all I had to do was to remove the 
lids, top with whipped cream, and pass them around.

Here is the finished product.  All I did was make some vanilla pudding,
layer vanilla wafers, pudding and banana slices and top with whipped
cream and a couple more slices of banana.

Yum!  And so easy too.

Today I still have two more that will be ready to enjoy whenever
we want.  I am already thinking of other pudding creations to serve
this way.  The possibilities are endless.  It keeps the serving size under
control too.

I hope you enjoyed today's little tip.

Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley


  1. Yes! I did this last summer and we loved it.

    1. And the jars are easy to transport too.

  2. Your DECOR IS ADORABLE LOVE! LOVE ! lOVE !! I'm going to make this soon !! Your presentation is DARLING !! From one farmhouse girl to another! lOVEthe BUTTER PLATTER ! It's on my bucket list !

  3. Love those jars! My Mom makes us banana pudding in small portions but I love the look of the jar. Those spoons are also so cute!

    1. Yes, the jars are fun. I purchased that spoon on etsy. You can buy spoons already stamped or with your own logo or expression.

  4. Bless your heart!❤️ Delicious part of summer!

  5. Your banana puddings are adorable! And I love your dollhouse---so pretty!

  6. Replies
    1. That's sweet of you to say, thank you!


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