|by Louise Spilsbury|
This title is part of a series that introduces young readers to key foods, looking at how they reach our plate, and what they provide nutritionally.
Results 31 - 40 of 57 for hot banana pudding
Combine 1/2 cup ... Gradually stir in hot mixture. Return to ... layer of sliced bananas. Pour a ... on top of pudding in casserole. Bake in preheated hot oven.
Scald milk (heat ... and salt. Add hot milk and stir ... amount of hot pudding to the yolks ... vanilla wafers and bananas in large ovenproof ... burn. Cool and serve.
Mix flour, 1/2 ... slowly stir in hot milk and cook ... vanilla wafers, sliced bananas and pudding in a baking ... about 8 minutes or until golden brown.
Mix sugar, cornstarch, ... small amount of hot mixture to egg ... before pouring over bananas. When cool layer wafers, bananas and pudding alternately. Add wafers for topping.
Combine 1/2 cup ... gradually stir in hot mixture. Return to ... add vanilla and banana flavorings. Line bottom ... on top of pudding in casserole. Bake ... or until delicately browned.
In 2-quart batter ... small amount of hot pudding quickly into egg ... Top with sliced bananas. Cover with ... may prefer to crush the top vanilla wafers.)
Melt butter in ... lemon-colored. Stir some hot mixture into yolks; ... wafers. Slice enough bananas to cover bottom layer; top with 1/2 pudding. Layer with ... cold. Makes 8 servings.
Stir together (in ... stirring constantly until hot but not boiling. ... Pour over layered bananas and wafers. Top ... until stiff. Put on top of pudding.
Mix 3/4 cup ... gradually stirring in hot mixture. Return to ... with 3 sliced bananas and half of ... at 425 degrees for 5 minutes until lightly brown.
I use large ... larger pan of hot water. Add sugar ... vanilla. Put in dish the pudding, graham crackers, and bananas. Sprinkle rolled graham crackers on top.
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