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Banana Pudding Cake Recipe

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This banana pudding cake is such an easy cake to whip up. Give this recipe a try and share it with your friends and family!

  • Hands-On Time: 20 Minutes
  • Total Time: 2 Hours
  • Servings: 12
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Ingredients

  • 1 box yellow or banana cake mix
  • 1 large box instant vanilla or banana pudding
  • 3 banana's sliced thin,and dunked in lemon juice
  • 1 tub wipped topping
  • 1 cup vanilla wafer's

Baking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Bake banana pudding cake in 9 x 13 pan, according to box directions.
  3. Let cake cool completely in pan.
  4. Prepare banana pudding following box directions.
  5. Poke lots of holes into the cake, I use a kabob skewer.
  6. Slowly pour banana pudding over cake, smearing pudding into holes.
  7. Layer banana's over the pudding, adding more if needed.
  8. Cover with whipped topping
  9. Sprinkle crushed {kinda chunky} vanilla wafers over cake.
  10. Cover and pop in the fridge at least an hour,or over night.

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Tips

Cheesecake - Prevent Cracking

Cheesecake - Prevent Cracking

Gently beat the filling after you add the eggs and stir in the remaining ingredients by hand. Vigorous beating will allow too much air which may cause the cheesecake to puff up, then fall and crack. As a test for doneness, if the cake jiggles, return it to the oven for more baking. Inserting a knife for this purpose may cause the knife hole to grow into a large crack. Also, set a minute timer for the exact cooling time recommended in the recipe.


Continuous Piping

Continuous Piping

To frost smooth, unbroken piped outlines, squeeze your piping bag steadily and move slowly along the desired path.





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