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1 Box of Vanilla Wafer Cookies
8-10 Medium Bananas
1 Pack of Cream Cheese
1 Can of Sweetened Condensed Milk or Lechera
1 Box of Instant Vanilla Pudding/ Banana pudding can be used also
2 Cups of Cold Milk
2 Cups of Whipped Cream
2 Medium Bowls
1 Large Bowl or Pan
1 Large Spoon
1 Hand Blender
Prepare the instant pudding. Mix the pudding mix and 2 cups of cold milk in a medium bowl. Be sure to get all the pudding from the bottom of the bowl. Set aside and allow forming.
Peel and slice the bananas. Then set them aside as well.
Using your second medium bowl, blend the pack of cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk. Once you have a creamy consistency add in the instant vanilla pudding mix and continue blending the mixture with your hand blender. After all the mixtures are incorporated, spoon in 2 cups of whipped cream until the pudding is frothy in texture.
Next, ensemble your vanilla wafers in a large bowl or pan. Lay the cookies in a side to side formation, very close to each other. Be sure to cover the sides of the pan as well.
Add the sliced bananas to the top of the cookies. Spread them evenly over every cookie and try to cover every nock and cranny. If there are enough cookies and banana slices left, you can set them aside to use for later.
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Spread the pudding mixture evenly over the cookies and bananas. Pay special attention to the sides and cracks between the cookies and bananas.
If there are any extra cookies and bananas left, they can be added to the top of the mixture.
Refrigerate for 4 hours before serving.
Use room temperature cream cheese for easy mixing
Putting the instant pudding mix into the freezer allows for it to form faster.
Never use an out dated pudding milk as it will not form correctly.