10 responses

  1. beth
    June 27, 2008

    Nice and easy, just how I like it!

  2. Sophie
    June 29, 2008

    Heh! You had me fooled. Upon looking at the picture, I thought I was going to get a very complicated recipe. This is a great idea, thanks for sharing :D.

    • Jessica “Su Good Sweets”
      June 29, 2008

      Thanks! Ha ha, that old amorphous thing? I had second thoughts about posting the picture, but I only made one small serving.

  3. Nick
    July 1, 2008

    I’ve always wanted to make banana pudding and I’m actually going to do so in a few days for our July 4th party. I’m gonna use a similar recipe, but one that uses sour cream, whipped topping, pudding mix and milk instead of the yogurt. But yogurt sounds a helluva lot easier…

  4. Vera
    July 4, 2008

    Simple things are often the best.

  5. Cakespy
    July 8, 2008

    Nice “easy” recipe–I have to try this one because sometimes the condensed milk that is in many banana pudding recipes can be cloying. This looks like a nice balance of the natural sweetness with the sugar in the cookies!

  6. Absinthe
    July 9, 2008

    Made this yesterday and have to say I actually like the taste better than the standard version. So easy and so delicious. My three little kids gave it an enthusiastic bowl-licking thumbs-up. Many thanks!

  7. Absinthe
    July 9, 2008

    P.S.–Do you have or know where to find a good homemade vanilla wafer recipe? If so and you (or anyone else reading) has time to share I’d be grateful.

  8. Jessica “Su Good Sweets”
    July 9, 2008

    Absinthe, I’m glad the recipe turned out well. That’s a good idea about homemade vanilla wafers. Unfortunately, I don’t have a recipe. There’s so many chocolate wafer cookies out there. I wonder why vanilla isn’t as popular.

  9. sweepea
    July 16, 2008


    i recently found an addictive, simple recipe for yogurt cream and berries:


    i think the premise could be adapted for a slighter sweeter, less tart version of this nana pudding.

    to do:

    sprinkle brown sugar over the top layer of yogurt/cream and let sit for a while in the fridge, until it’s gooey looking. you may then mix it together–but crunchy bits are tasty, too!

    i imagine any number of natural sweeteners would work well! but note, the original version is THE SMOOTHEST yogurt i’ve ever had, and i’m not big on the yogurt (i only eat FAGE!)

    your easy recipe is great inspiration for a southern favorite, i’m inspired, thanks!

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