A fun twist on a classic, this banana pudding ice cream is super creamy and full of flavor!
I’m pretty sure there is something in the male genetics that prevents them from listening. I know this because in the past week or so my husband, son, and father have all proved said theory correct. I should scratch Avery off that list because he’s 3 but he very rarely listens. So he stays. [What is so hard about picking up your shoes, son!?] He ignores me daily. [He totally stays on the list.]
Ryon claims its his job to give me a hard time. Or he will say it was in our wedding vows. [He makes up new vows constantly.] So even though he claims its a job, he stays on the list. I can’t even give a specific example with Ryon. He either pretends not to hear me or does the opposite of what I asked. And then laughs about it! He finds himself quite funny. [Totally stays on the list.]
And my dad. Oh dad. I think he gets as much pleasure out of tormenting me as my husband. Heck, I bet they are in cahoots on the best ways to annoy me. For example, after I passed my real estate exam he said he would make me dinner. Anything I wanted he said. I told him I wanted ribs and strawberry shortcake. He said ok. We go over that night and he made steaks and banana pudding. I know! Of course Ryon laughed and got a huge kick out of it.
The good part of that was the steaks were delicious and he made too much banana pudding. I was able to freeze some and make banana pudding ice cream. [ Which was/is amazing by the way.] I’m not saying he shouldn’t listen to me, but he does have a little more leeway when it comes to desserts. The other two don’t have any excuses. [Even the 3 year old.]
- 3 cups milk, cold
- 2 packages (3.4 oz) instant vanilla pudding
- 30ish NILLA Wafers
- 3 medium bananas, sliced
- 1 tub (8 oz.) cool whip
- Pour the milk and the pudding in a bowl and whisk together for about 2 minutes.
- Place NILLA wafers on the bottom of a bread pan lined in parchment paper.
- Add bananas, pudding and then cool whip on top.
- Repeat layers as many times as necessary.
- Place in freezer overnight.
- Scoop out and enjoy the next day!
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