Banana Pudding is an all time favorite in our house during the summer. My grandmother made hers with Nilla Wafers, Vanilla Pudding, sliced bananas and a dollop of whipped cream. I like to make mine using Pepperidge Farm Chessman cookies instead of the wafers and I put toffee bits on the top layer! If you want to dress it up for a party - layer the pudding in a trifle bowl or serve in individual dessert glasses for a delicious presentation.
Easy Chocolate Mousse can be made with five simple ingredients. Try placing the mousse in tall shot glasses with a demi spoon for a quaint Mousse shooter!
This is another summertime favorite of mine and I think I've made it for just about every party I have had - Raspberry Fruit Dip! It's such an easy dish to make and you will NOT get enough of it!
8 oz. Softened Cream Cheese
7.5 oz jar Marshmallow Fluff
1 tsp. Raspberry Extract
3 drops red food coloring (optional)
You can also mix in raspberry yogurt or pureed raspberries in place of of the extract and food coloring. Serve it with chilled in season fruit - you will not be disappointed!
Photo Credits:Banana Pudding - Bakerella
Raspberry Fruit Dip