No Bake Banana Cream Pie

Simple No Bake Banana Cream Pie-no cooking or baking, just assemble!


No Bake Banana Cream Pie

No Bake Banana Cream Pie

My oven and stove top are currently not functional thanks to a grease fire in the bottom of my oven and a subsequent use of my fire extinguisher. We had a picnic potluck this week and I had signed up for a pasta salad. Well since I can’t even boil water right now I decided I would make a super simple, no bake banana cream pie.

Inspired by a night of cocktails with friends, we were dish washing and the friend said one of my vintage Pyrex bowls reminded her of a potluck style banana cream pie. I agreed that sounded good. So this week while I am without a stove or oven I thought it was a perfect time to try and create a no bake banana cream pie.

I use store-bought vanilla pudding and added vanilla bean paste too, now it sorta feels homemade. I made it for the picnic potluck and there wasn’t a bite left. Isn’t that how you want to leave a potluck? Well I do.

I also made mini no bake banana cream pies too. And gosh are they adorable. Perfect for a dinner party and no one will even know they are no bake!

No Bake Banana Cream Pie
 
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Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 4 Vanilla Pudding Cups (3.25 ounce cups)
  • 1 cup Cool Whip
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Bean Paste (optional)
  • 4 Bananas
  • 3 cups Nilla Wafers or 6 mini Graham Ready Crusts
  • Reddi Wip (Garnish)
Instructions
  1. Combine pudding and whipped topping.
  2. If using Nilla wafers, line the bottom of a bowl with half the wafers and then spread pudding mixture and slice 2 bananas on top. Garnish top with the remaining Nilla wafers (arrange on the side), slice bananas and garnish with whip.
  3. If using mini pie crusts, slice 2 bananas and distribute between crusts, line the bottoms, top with pudding mixture and top with remaining banana slices and garnish with Reddi Wip.

No Bake Banana Cream Pie easy recipe using vanilla pudding.

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