First, I combine my 2 boxes of instant vanilla pudding and 4 cups of milk in a large bowl. Which means you will use 2 cups of milk per box of pudding
You can use a whisk or a hand mixer, whichever you prefer they’re both fairly easy. You will want to whisk/mix until all the lumps are gone.
Next, you add in 1 cup of whipped cream into your pudding mixture.
You fold in the whipped cream, do not whip or stir because you want to keep your pudding light, fluffy, and airy.
Now, you’re going to set your pudding aside. I use my trifle bowl, which is typically used for layered desserts.
I start to layer my vanilla wafers at the bottom of the bowl as well as around.
Then, I begin to peel and slice my bananas, laying them on top of the wafers.
After layering in the wafers and bananas, add a generous amount of pudding. You will continue this process of layering until you reach the top of the trifle bowl.
Now that you’ve completed your banana pudding, you will need to refrigerate until chilled.