2 packages of Jell-O instant Banana Cream pudding (or you can do it the hard way and make the old-fashioned, cooked kind of pudding. To me, it's way too hot to do that, though!)
1 box of Nilla wafers
2-3 Bananas, sliced
1 tub of Cool Whip
- Fix the pudding according to package directions, except do NOT pour into individual serving cups.
- Layer a large, flat bottomed bowl (or casserole dish) with one layer of Nilla wafers, as many as you can fit across the bottom and up onto the sides
- Put a relatively thin layer (about half of a package of pudding) of pudding on top of the Nilla wafers.
- Take one of the sliced bananas and layer across the pudding.
- Put another 1/2 package of pudding on top of the bananas.
- Put another layer of Nilla wafers on top.
- Put another layer of 1/2 package of pudding on top of that.
- Put another layer of banana on top of that.
- Put the last 1/2 package of pudding on top of that
- Put another layer of Nilla wafers on top of that.
- Layer on a thick layer of the Cool Whip, covering the whole top
- Put the last bit of banana slices on top of that
For best results, let sit long enough for the Nilla wafers to get kind of soft - usually overnight. However, if you can't wait that long (and Jamie and I couldn't) go ahead and dig in. It will still be delicious!