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This was so easy and really good even better the next day. I followed the recipe exactly. I will definitely make it again. I will try adding fresh bananas before the whipped topping as others suggested for sure but it tastes awesome as is. I Not sure why another didn't like the texture of the cake. It was very creamy and moist for me. I used Jello brand instant pudding and whole milk. This would be great at a potluck.
I made this cake and the family loved it! I did make the pudding on the stove top as I couldn't find instant banana pudding. And I whipped the cream instead of cool whip. I also added sliced bananas on top of the cake before the whipped cream. These changes added time and steps to the recipe but I think it was worth it. I prefer fresh whipped cream to cool whip. I would make this again with maybe coconut or white chocolate pudding.
It was just okay to us. One thing I would suggest doing is pouring the pudding mixture on the cake right after you mix it! Mix it quickly too!! If you wait even a minute or two it s too thick to go down into the holes! Ours ended up just sitting on top. Over all it was okay. We didn t love the artificial banana flavoring from the pudding. I ll try a different flavor pudding next time maybe!
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