If you have ever heard of a walking taco before, walking banana pudding is the dessert version of this! The banana pudding is built inside of a bag of mini Nilla wafers, so it is a portable dessert your guests can build for themselves! So much fun and great for entertaining a crowd!
Walking Banana Pudding
This version of walking banana pudding is even easier because it is only 4 ingredients! And the best part is, there will be no dirty dishes to wash afterwards!
- Snack size Mini Nilla wafers
- Vanilla pudding cups
- Ready whipped cream
How to Make Walking Banana Pudding
In order to make walking banana pudding, you really just need to get everything set out and just a couple of extra steps. Firstly, put the vanilla pudding cups into the fridge beforehand, so that they are cold when serving.
If you would rather use homemade banana pudding, instead of the pudding cups, you can check out this banana pudding recipe from Cookies and Cups. You would only need to make the filling part of this recipe, not the rest of it.
Now that the pudding is cold, slightly crush each bag of Nilla wafers inside their bags. Don’t go too crazy, because you don’t want them to bust open!
Next, chop the bananas into bite-sized pieces. You can also do this step ahead of time and just add a little lemon juice or Ball Fruit Fresh to them to prevent browning. Top each bag with sliced bananas.
After that, add the vanilla pudding to the Nilla Wafer bag.
Then, to finish off the walking banana pudding, add the pudding and whipped cream to each bag.
Next time you need a fun, easy dessert for a party, football, or just a good excuse for an after-dinner dessert, give this walking banana pudding a try!
If you need another fun recipe for a crowd, be sure to check out our walking Frito Pie recipe here.
Also, check out these other dessert recipes:
- Chocolate Kiss Cookies from 5 Dinners 1 Hour – For a quick, easy chocolatey cookie, give these a try!
- Easy No-Bake Cookie Balls from 5 Dinners 1 Hour – A fun, easy dessert or snack! Perfect for your kids’ lunchbox!
- Easy Skillet Peach Basil Cobbler from Floating Kitchen – If you love peach cobbler, then try this recipe with a twist!
- 3 banana
- 6 snack size Mini Nilla wafers
- 6 vanilla pudding cup 3 oz each
- 6 oz ready whipped cream
- Refrigerate pudding cups.
- Crush vanilla wafers inside their bags then open each bag.
- Chop banana into bite size pieces and add equally to each Nilla wafer bag.
- Top with pudding and whipped cream.
- Serve right away.
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