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This recipe was inspired by my Mom’s love for chocolate and bananas. It requires no cooking at all and very little effort to make, making it the perfect thing for an impromptu dessert or treat. It can be saved as a leftover but do be aware that the whipped cream will get rather wilty so while it still tastes great it just won’t look quite as pretty. Here’s how I made it.
Easy Chocolate Banana Pudding Pie
- 1 premade Nilla pie crust
- 1x 3.9 oz package instant chocolate pudding
- 1x 3.4 oz package instant banana cream pudding
- 2 1/2 cups milk
- 2 large bananas sliced
- chocolate ReddiWip
- mini chocolate chips
Mix the chocolate pudding with 1 1/4 cups milk and well.
Refrigerate the chocolate pudding for 5 minutes.
Slice the bananas. The slices should be on the thinner side.
Place chocolate pudding into Nilla pie crust.
Place the sliced bananas on top of the chocolate pudding, reserving 3 or 4 of them for later.
Mix the banana cream pudding with 1 1/4cup milk and stir well.
Refrigerate the banana cream pudding for 5 minutes.
Place the banana cream pudding on top of the bananas.
Refrigerate the pie until you’re ready to serve.
Once you are ready to serve, create a circle around the edge of the pie with the chocolate ReddiWip.
Next, fill that circle with ReddiWip.
Place a smaller circle of chocolate ReddiWip on top of the ReddiWip.
Sprinkle some mini chocolate chips around the top of the pie.
Place the last few banana slices on top of the pie.