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HOW TO MAKE BANANA PUDDING CAKE
1 box Yellow Cake Mix
2 boxes Banana instant pudding
1 tub of Whipped cream
About 20 vanilla wafers
1 banana ( if you want to garnish, which I did not)
This cake is by far one of the easiest cakes that I have ever made. I have heard a lot of people in the past talk about how they are afraid to do poke hole cakes with pudding because they don't think anything will absorb into the cake like it does with Jello poke hole cakes, well let me tell you that you do not have to worry about this cake! It does exactly as promised leaving just a small layer on top that actually look intentional!
STEP 1: BAKE THE CAKE
This step is pretty self-explanatory you will just follow the instructions on the box and bake it into a 9x13 pan.
STEP 2: POKE HOLES IN THE CAKE
Shortly after the cake comes out of the oven you will take the end of a wooden spoon and poke holes in the cake, make sure that you poke several holes throughout the entire cake.
STEP 3: MAKE THE PUDDING
Again all that is going on is you will follow the instructions on the back of the pudding box. I made both boxes at one time while others may want to do one box at a time if they want less pudding to go into the cake.
STEP 4: POUR THE PUDDING ON THE CAKE
The next step is also pretty self-explanatory, you're just going to do exactly what it says to do, pour the pudding on the cake!
STEP 5: TOP WITH WHIPPED CREAM AND COOKIES AND REFRIGERATE
I mean come on, how easy is this cake?!
The best and final step of this cake is to eat it and enjoy! Let it take you back to the summer days as a child eating banana pudding. My taste tester Steven happened to love this cake!
Have you tried this cake? Do you have your own version of the poke hole cake that you want to share? Let me know!