If you love banana pudding, you might want to try out the recipe over on CenterCutCook. Super simple to make, it is slightly different from the traditional recipe. Heavy whipping cream gets beaten til light and fluffy and gets folded into the pudding mixture. A couple of other variations and you have a fluffy and delicious dessert! Let it chill in the fridge for a few hours before serving.
Layer the pudding mix, sliced bananas, and cookies in a trifle dish or in glass jars for a prettier presentation. You can check out the compete recipe on the post HERE.
And, to help keep this recipe budget friendly, we have a stack and a sale on Nabisco Nilla Wafers….
Nabisco Nilla Wafers 11 oz $2.99 (Sale thru 3/31) -25% Off Nilla Wafers Target-Cartwheel x3/17 -.75/2 Nabisco Cookie or Cracker Product 3.5 oz+ 2-11-18 SS x3/24 = $3.73 for 2 or $1.86 each after stack & sale, reg. $3.39
If you prefer to make your cookies from scratch, you can do that too – just follow the steps to decorate. This recipe not only makes for a cute gift idea, but it’s a great way to spend time with the kids in the kitchen during the holidays.
Today Michelle has a recipe for some super cute melting snowman cookies! They are very easy to make thanks to a store bought baking mix – but you can always make your cookies from scratch too.
Decorating them does not take long, and is a fun way to spend time with your kids in the kitchen during the holiday season. And I think they are just too-cute! 🙂 You can check out all the instructions on how to make these fun cookies on her post HERE.