Chilly Banana Pudding

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Chilly Banana Pudding

By Jamie and Bobby Deen

We love banana pudding…in a mason jar, trifle dish, casserole dish or a glass…as long as we get to eat it, we don’t care what you serve it in. This Chilly Banana Pudding is yet another way to get the banana puddin’ love we need in another form. It’s a little more of an “adult” version, but sure brings out the kid in both of us every time we eat it.

Chilly Banana Pudding

Ingredients:
1⁄2 cup sugar
3 tablespoons cornstarch
2 cups whole milk
3 egg yolks
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon rum (optional)
2 ripe bananas, sliced
Coconut sorbet or vanilla ice cream

Instructions:

In a saucepan, whisk together sugar and cornstarch. Slowly add milk. Bring to a boil, whisking constantly. Reduce heat to medium. Cook 5 minutes or until thickened; stir constantly. Remove from heat.

Beat egg yolks until smooth. Whisking constantly, slowly add hot milk mixture (be careful not to curdle eggs). Return egg mixture to saucepan; cook over medium-low heat for 5 to 7 minutes or until thick, stirring constantly. Remove from heat; add vanilla and, if desired, rum.

Divide banana slices among four 12-ounce glasses. Spoon pudding over top. Chill for 2 hours or until set. Serve with sorbet.

Servings: 4
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Difficulty: Easy
from Recipes from the Road

As legendary celebrity cook Paula Deen has become the voice for fun in the kitchen for millions, her two sons, Jamie and Bobby, are quickly becoming an alternative voice for the brand, taking the Deen name and its growing list of products and partners to a ever-growing younger audience looking to expand their culinary endeavors and have fun in the kitchen as well.

With a pair of best-selling books, countless television appearances and a show of their own, Jamie and Bobby, with their model good looks, quick wit, and individual style, are becoming a stand-alone brand complimenting the success of their mom.

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What is the chance of getting nutrient facts added to your recipes.

By JOYCE BURKETT on October 06, 2010

Can someone tell me how to print a specific recipe . Everytime I try I get pages of stuff I don’t want. I really want that bacon wrapped chicken but don’t want everything that follows it.

George

By george anderson on October 05, 2010

I just wanted to tell you Paula, I so love your show, wished you would come to California, Two, I love your kids they are so helpful like adults do for their mom’s.. Tell Bobby he’s a doll and he makes me laugh when you two cook, it looks like fun, Have a great week, talk to yah later

By Kellee Worsham on August 24, 2010

I’d try coconut rum to add flavor with coconut sorbet

By dewanna allgood on July 20, 2010

Wow, u boys been busy. Gona make your peach cobbler tomorrow. I agree what u said about jack being able to make the dish. i honestly don;t know where they got those new guys and gals for next Foodnetwork Chief. only two guys fit my bill, the rest throw them out.

happy summer, keep us with them good downhome cookin, I is originally from Okla.

love u Paula

By Rosie herdman on July 20, 2010

Any recipe from Paula Deen is wonderful!  I love your show and your dishes!!  Thank you for representing us “Southerners”!!

By Jeanne Tilley on July 05, 2010

This pudding recipe sounds wonderful, but where does the sorbet or ice cream come in— is the pudding to be served alongside the pudding, or mixed in together?  Thank you.

By Beverly on June 30, 2010

This was so easy and delicious! I have never made pudding from scratch…have always used the boxed type with the big red “J”. This was so simple with just five ingredients.  My family ate it all and wanted more!

By Paula Neat on June 29, 2010

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