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Banana Pudding

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1&ndash;1 1/2&nbsp;boxes (11 oz.) vanilla wafers &nbsp;<br />
1 large box (5.1 oz. or 6 1/2&nbsp;cups servings size) instant vanilla pudding &nbsp;<br />
1 container (12 oz.) Cool Whip &nbsp;<br />
3 cups milk, cold &nbsp;<br />
1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk &nbsp;<br />
5 or 6 bananas (optional &ndash; can also be made without bananas)</p>

<p>Line a large bowl with vanilla wafers (two deep on bottom). Combine milk and instant pudding (follow pudding package instructions). When it starts to thicken, add condensed milk and whisk until smooth. Fold in half of the Cool Whip. Into the wafer-lined bowl, pour about . of the pudding mixture. Add 1 layer of sliced bananas. Pour another . of the pudding mixture and then add a layer (single or 2 deep depending on preference) of vanilla wafers. Alternate layers of pudding mixture, sliced bananas and vanilla wafers until you&rsquo;ve used all of the pudding mixture. Top with remaining Cool Whip, being careful to seal the edges. Refrigerate.</p>

<p>Submitted by Paula Muina of Oglethorpe. Featured recipes are not independently tested, so we must depend on the accuracy of the cooks sending them. Always use safe food handling, preparation and cooking procedures from the recognized experts.</p>