Aren’t itty bitty desserts the best?! You are going to love this Mini Banana Cream Pie Recipe, individually portioned for one, two, three bites at a time!
But honestly, just look at these little guys!
Who could resist these darling little bites of sweet southern goodness?
My Banana Cream Pie Recipe is one of my family’s all-time favorites. Carson would have classic banana pudding with vanilla wafers for every meal if I’d let him.
So it’s no wonder we came up with a way to combine the two into tiny little treat you can pop by the handful. We call it banana pie therapy… It works for curing rainy day blues, along with all sorts of cranky ailments.
To make this Mini Banana Cream Pie Recipe, start by popping a Mini Nilla Wafer in mini muffin pans with mini muffin liners… that’s a lot of itty bitty.
Then beat together an easy 4-ingredient pudding filling. Don’t be tempted to buy “instant banana pudding” because it tastes weird. Use vanilla pudding mix and real banana slices.
Then pipe (or dollop) the filling into the liners and press it down with a fresh banana slice.
Cover the tops with more filling and tap the pan to fill out the liners.
Top the Mini Banana Cream Pie Recipe with another slice of banana and another Mini Nilla Wafer. Then refrigerate to set.
Waiting is the hardest part of the recipe.
Once the Mini Banana Cream Pie Recipe has firmed up, you can peel off the paper liners and enjoy. You can even freeze them in the pans, then pop them in a freezer bag and save for a rainy day… or bad report card.
Let’s hope for rain.
This pocket-sized Mini Banana Cream Pie Recipe is just what you need to start off the school year on the right foot.
One tiny pie in a lunchbox will send a big message of love, and two is even better.
P.S. Feel free to use low fat cream cheese and milk, or go for the gusto and use full fat everything.
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