Paula Deen’s “Not Yo’ Mama’s Banana Pudding”

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If you love banana pudding like I do, this recipe is a MUST for you to try. I’ve made it for housewarming parties, cookouts, work functions, etc. and have never brought home any leftovers. People have literally grabbed extra cookies and scraped the dish clean. I would be one of those people. No shame!

If you lay any kind of claim at all to being a Southerner, you undoubtedly have a recipe for banana cream pudding up your sleeve somewhere. This is undoubtedly a recipe that holds a treasured place in your heart and brings up decades of happy memories every time it is served.  It was probably lovingly passed down into your recipe collection from your mother’s mother’s mother.

That’s okay if you want to keep it as an heirloom to document your family traditions, but for real down-home died-and-gone-to-heaven, comfort-food goodness, you cannot beat this recipe with a stick! Add it to your collection right now, because it has a secret ingredient that only the queen of country cooking, Paula Deen herself, would dare think of using to make this recipe a definite cut above the ordinary.

Believe me, your eyes are going to roll back in your head when you taste Paula Deen’s famous recipe. She calls it “Definitely Not Yo Mama’s Banana Pudding,” and you will see why when you make her version of this Southern dessert that has been a staple of every Southern table since Sherman marched to the sea.

What’s the secret to its fluffy deliciousness? No, it’s not the butter she’s known for – it’s cream cheese!

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