The Best Manuka Honey Banana Pudding Recipe with PRI

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If you’re craving a scrumptious comfort-food dessert that will ring all the comfort-food bells, you’re in for a treat. I’m a HUGE fan of PRI Manuka Honey and wanted to take sweetness to the next level. This is by far the best Manuka honey banana pudding recipe I’ve ever made, and I’m excited to share it with you.

Made with scrumptious banana slices and ooey gooey vanilla pudding and cool whip, this Nilla wafer cookie creation is one of the best ways to sweeten up your palate after dinner. However, since I absolutely LOVE PRI Manuka Honey, I decided to add a whole new level of sweetness to this traditional American dessert.

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Here are a few things to keep in mind while making your Manuka Honey Banana pudding:

Why I used PRI Manuka Honey for banana pudding

In order to get the perfect amount of sweetness your flavor palate craves, PRI Manuka honey is the real deal. It is sourced, independently tested, and packed by family owned beekeepers in New Zealand producing some of the best Manuka honey in the world! It adds just the right amount of sweetness that makes this dish complete.

To learn more about PRI Manuka Honey and other PRI products, check out: https://www.shoppri.com/

What kind of dish should I use for banana pudding?

Traditionally, this dessert is made in a trifle dish so you can see the beautiful layers. If you don’t have a trifle dish laying around, you can make this in any glass baking dish. If you want to make individual servings, you can also put them in glass jars.

Can I make my own pudding or do I need boxed pudding?

If you have a killer pudding recipe, by all means go for it! I just happen to love using boxed pudding because it’s easy and still tastes delicious. You can also experiment by using different pudding flavors, not just vanilla.

How long will banana pudding last in the refrigerator?

One of the best ways to enjoy banana pudding is to make it the night before. This allows the pudding to settle and keep cool, though you could eat it immediately. After making the pudding, it can last up to 4-5 days. Keep in mind, the cookies will get a bit soggy, but I personally like it a little soggier since it turns into a cake-like texture.

Ready? Let’s start baking!

Ingredients

1 package of instant pudding mix

2 cups of oat milk

1 14 oz can of condensed milk

1 TBSP vanilla extract

1 TBSP of PRI Manuka Honey

2 8 oz containers of cool whip

1 16 oz box of Nilla Wafers

4 ripe bananas sliced

Directions

Grab a large mixing bowl or use a mixing bowl from your mier. Add the powdered pudding mix and the oat milk and beat for about 2 minutes (or your own recipe). 

Add the condensed milk into the mixture and blend until smooth.

Place the vanilla extract in the mixture and fold in the whipped topping.

Add 1 TBSP of PRI Manuka Honey and mix until smooth.

Next, grab your glass dish and start layering in the goodies. Begin with the wafers at the bottom of the bowl. Then, add your banana slices to make tiny little stacks. Top it off with a good layer of pudding. Repeat this 3-4 times until the dish is filled almost to the top.

Top off with a layer of whipped cream.

Take a plastic bag and crush up some of the vanilla wafer cookies. Top the dish off with the crushed cookies.

Cover the dish and refrigerator overnight. Serve cold!

Manuka Honey Banana Pudding Recipe with PRI

Delicious banana pudding with a healthy Manuka Honey twist

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword banana pudding, honey banana pudding, manuka honey
Prep Time 10 hours
Servings 6

Ingredients

  • 1 package instant pudding mix
  • 2 cups oat milk
  • 1 14 oz can condensed milk
  • 1 TBSP vanilla extract
  • 1 TBSP PRI Manuka Honey
  • 2 8 oz containers Cool Whip
  • 1 16 oz package Nilla Wafers
  • 4 ripe bananas sliced

Instructions

  1. Grab a large mixing bowl or use a mixing bowl from your mier. Add the powdered pudding mix and the oat milk and beat for about 2 minutes (or your own recipe).

  2. Add the condensed milk into the mixture and blend until smooth.

  3. Place the vanilla extract in the mixture and fold in the whipped topping.

  4. Add 1 TBSP of PRI Manuka Honey and mix until smooth.

  5. Next, grab your glass dish and start layering in the goodies. Begin with the wafers at the bottom of the bowl. Then, add your banana slices to make tiny little stacks. Top it off with a good layer of pudding. Repeat this 3-4 times until the dish is filled almost to the top.

  6. Top off with a layer of whipped cream.

  7. Take a plastic bag and crush up some of the vanilla wafer cookies. Top the dish off with the crushed cookies.

  8. Cover the dish and refrigerator overnight. Serve cold!

If you’re craving a scrumptious comfort-food dessert that will ring all the comfort-food bells, you’re in for a treat. I’m a HUGE fan of PRI Manuka Honey and wanted to take sweetness to the next level. This is by far the best Manuka honey banana pudding recipe I’ve ever made, and I’m excited to share it with you. #manukahoney #dessertrecipe #bananapudding #desserts

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