Easy, new way to make delicious no-bake banana pudding (1956)
You’ll love crunchy-good Jane Arden Vanilla wafers and rich, ripe bananas… smothered in the smooth, delicate hand-blended flavor of Jell-well Vanilla Pudding and Pie Filling. Such a spectacular dessert, you’d never dream it could be so quick, so easy to make.
Get Jane Arden Vanilla Wafers and Jell-well Pudding and Pie Filling when you shop, today. Enjoy this treat tonight!
Also below, don’t miss a recipe from 1956 for homemade banana pudding (requires cooking)
Easy banana pudding with vanilla wafers recipe
Prepare 1 package Jell-well Vanilla Pudding and Pie Filling according to package directions. Allow filling to cool. (If you prefer, use Jell-well Vanilla instant pudding, prepared according to package directions).
Line bottom and sides of low 9″ square dish with Jane Arden Vanilla Wafers. Cover wafers with banana slices. Pour half of pudding over bananas. Add second layer of Jane Arden Wafers, bananas, and remaining pudding. Chill about 1 hour.
For an extra-special touch, top with whipped cream sprinkled with crushed vanilla wafers — or use meringue topping and brown lightly.
Bonus: Recipe for homemade banana pudding with vanilla wafers
To be good, a pudding should be full of surprises, and here’s a luscious-tasting one that everybody will love.
“Vanilla Wafer Banana Pudding” combines sliced bananas, custard and meringue with a surprise ingredient, sunny vanilla wafers, that add real home-baked flavor and a rich, crunchy texture.
It’s a sweet and satisfying dessert after a light summer meal. Dress it up as a party treat by serving in individual wafer-lined cups.
Here’s how to make it.
Recipe from The Argos Reflector (Argos, Indiana) – Thursday, August 9, 1956