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Puddings & Parfaits

August 13th, 2013 by Joyce West Leave a reply »

chocolate banana puddingThis recipe (of sorts) started after I’d bought a bunch of bananas from Costco, all of which turned ripe at the same time and I ended up with a bunch of over-ripe bananas. So I decided to make pudding. Puddings are delicious food for those with swallowing problems, but then, on the other hand, puddings are delicious for anyone. I made one chocolate pudding from a package, following the package directions, but with an extra “filling” of pureed over-ripe bananas. This is easy enough to do, but it can be even easier if you buy a chocolate pudding and combine it with another to make a parfait. So the second “recipe” calls for combining a chocolate mousse pudding with a store-bought flan, layering them and topping it with whipped cream (from a can). overripe bananas & pudding

Chocolate-banana parfait

1 package, Hershey’s chocolate pudding

2 cups cold milk

3 over-ripe bananas

2 tablespoons milk or cream

whipped cream to garnish

1. Mix pudding according to package instruction: add package to cold milk, whip three minutes with a electric mixer.

2. Put bananas in blender with 2 tablespoons of milk or cream, blend thoroughly

3. Put 1/3 of chocolate mixture in bottom of glass; top with 1/3 of the banana puree; continue layering but end with a layer of chocolate

4. Top with whipped cream

 

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