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Aunt Mintie's Banana Pudding Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Colleen (Fryback) King, In memory of Great Aunt Arminta
Added: Thursday, August 31, 2006

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
HAND WRITTEN in Grandma "Josie's" cookbook,
"MINTIE’S PUDDING"
1 C. Milk 1 T. Flour
1 Egg Flavor
Sweeten with Sugar, to taste

Directions were not listed. I imagine it was mixed and cooked in a saucepan, then perhaps used for her banana pudding layers. Layering with sliced bananas and ground, hulled, Spanish peanuts.

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ALTERNATE PUDDING:
1 C. Brown Sugar Egg Yolk
2 T. Flour Butter, size of walnut
1 pt. Milk 1 tsp. Vanilla

LAYERS;
3 Medium size bananas, sliced
Spanish peanuts, without hulls, ground.

Directions:
Directions:
Cook this mixture until it is a nice smooth sauce.
Place a layer of pudding in a dish. Slice bananas
layering with ground peanuts. Add more pudding, bananas and peanuts in layers.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
8
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Great Aunt Mintie Whinery could be counted on to bring her banana pudding to a family get-together. She lived with her mother, our Great Grandmother Deborah (Heacock) Whinery until Deborah's death. She lived alone, never marrying, in the family home near Lincolnville IN. Aunt Mintie loved family gatherings because she rarely had visitors. I was always touch by her loneliness as she would follow our car down the lane, and to the gate, talking all the way as my family would leave after a visit. As a kid I thought loneliness would be just terrible and felt sorry for her. She was Grandma Josephine (Whinery) Hummer's sister.

 

 

 

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