- Sweetened condensed milk14 Ounces
- Milk1 1/2 Cupcold
- Instant Pudding mix3.4 Ounces
- Whipping cream3 Cup
- Sliced Bananas4 Cup
- Wafers11 Ounces
- Yeild: 1 large dessert bowl
In a large mixing bowl, add the condensed milk and the cold milk. Beat for 1 minute with a hand mixer. Then, add in the vanilla instant pudding mix and blend for another minute. Put a lid or foil over the mixing bowl and pop in the fridge to completely cool, set and firm-up for 4 hours minimum.
Just before removing the pudding mixture from the fridge, in a separate mixing bowl, take the hand mixer or a stand mixer and add in the heavy/whipping cream. Beat until it begins to stiffen and look like whipped cream for about 2-3 minutes. Now take the pudding mixture out of the fridge and transfer the whipped cream into the pudding bowl, folding and mixing in well until smooth and creamy
Take a trifle bowl and cover the bottom with a layer of wafers, followed by some of the bananas and then top off with some of the pudding mixture. I was able to four layers in my bowl so just eyeball the proper amount for each layer leaving a little room for the lid to go on top. Just be careful when layering, if you get some pudding or banana remnants on the sides of the bowl prematurely, just wipe it with a paper towel. Once the final layer of pudding is in place, crush the remaining wafers and sprinkle on top. Cover the bowl with a lid and pop in the fridge for another 4-10 hours but try not to surpass 10 hours or the bananas will want to turn brown. It must set for at least 4 hours for the wafers to soften.
Serve it right out of the trifle bowl and enjoy!