Skip to comments.Aunt Bee's Nanner Puddin'
Posted on 08/03/2009 7:16:57 AM PDT by Patriot1259
Does it make me especially country that I have two Aunt Bee's? Just to be clear, this recipe is from Texas Aunt Bee, not Mississippi Aunt Bee. I've had plenty of banana pudding in my time, but this is definitely the best you'll ever stretch your lip over!
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Quick, let’s put the sign over aunt Bee’s door.
That sounds delicious! I’ll give it a try this evening!
Recipe sounded like it would produce hospital cafeteria quality banana pudding.
Yummy. Sounds like a great summer treat.
Hmmm. Cool Whip and instant pudding. I make this, but I make the pudding from scratch and use whipped cream. (I ruined a couple of sauce pans learning how to make the pudding with the desired degree of silkiness.) I allow the pudding mixture to cool before combining it all in a trifle bowl. You are right, though, about the sweetened condensed milk. Nothing else comes close to that taste. This pudding with extra milk and the bananas lightly smushed into it makes excellent popsicles, and you can roll them in the crushed Nilla wafers for extra goodiness. Try it, you’ll like it.
What about North Carolina’s Aunt Bee’s?
My grandma’s was the best and there was nothing instant nor fake in it. Glad I have her recipe.
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