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This recipe for Banana Pudding, by Aunt Joy, is from The Gliha Family Cookbook Project,
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1 or 2 packages of graham crackers 1 package of vanilla pudding (plus whatever items you need to make the pudding) 3 - 4 bananas (or more), sliced Container of Cool Whip
Make the pudding with one less cup of milk than it asks for. Crumble graham crackers (chunky) on the bottom of pan. Spread pudding on the graham crackers. Place sliced bananas on top. Spread Cool Whip on top. Put more graham crackers on top.
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