This Southern Banana Pudding is an heirloom family recipe and classic Southern dessert. Airy meringue atop creamy pudding is a delicious favorite and makes the best banana pudding! This banana pudding recipe is about as much of a comfort food in the South as it is a dessert. One that everyone always looks forward to digging into to get the perfect ratio of vanilla wafers, pudding, and bananas. Grandmother always made hers with a towering meringue on top of the pudding that was light as air and the perfect combination with the rich pudding. She would ask my sister and me to help make her recipe for dessert so many times when we were young girls.
I even fooled those 85 year old tastebuds. He honestly thought I made it from scratch. Fooled ya Peeps! One thing I really love, is its natural coloring. You may want to make a double batch. Enjoy it!
As a result, little globs of magic formed inside the Towa's stomach and plopped out of her a few months later, then the globs fused together into a ball. That ball would later be named Puddin. It is unknown exactly what time period Puddin was born in whether in the past, future, or even an alternate timeline , since she herself has some control over time, like her father, and arrived in the present time period already grown.
I LOVE and adore banana pudding, real banana pudding. By real I mean the kind where you make the pudding from scratch and pour it warm over a bowl of yummy Nilla wafers and fresh cut bananas. That stuff with boxed pudding mix cannot even come close to how this tastes. The complete recipe is listed at the bottom of this page.