Banana Pudding in a Jar and I Love Lucy

I love to watch old episodes of I Love Lucy.  I love banana pudding too.  Do you?
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Banana pudding is a little like I Love Lucy. Really it is! 
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Lucy and Ricky were an unlikely match but they fell in love and made us laugh.  They had Little Ricky and a cute apartment.  They had best friends right next door who were very important to them.
Banana pudding and Nilla Wafers are also very different but together they transform into something amazing. Banana pudding can live be served in a big bowl or tiny, cute little jars. The bananas and pudding are best friends with cookies.
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Did you follow me on that? If you bought that analogy and want your own Banana Pudding in a Jar it's super easy with this recipe.  I would give you my homemade pudding recipe but in all honesty, this one is better.  

Don't forget the cute little jars. :)  

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51 comments

  1. I do love banana pudding and I love Lucy!! I could sit and watch that show for hours. This is such a great idea in the little cups. The last time I made banana pudding in a large bowl with all the vanilla wafers, they got soggy by the next day because it was too much for us all to eat the first day. The recipe sounds so good.

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  2. Wow your banana pudding looks a perfect dessert!
    Have a nice week

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  3. My favorite, I've never made banana pudding but it's always a must when we go out for BBQ. Love this idea in the jars very nice!

    Carole @ Garden Up Green

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  4. I love, love banana pudding and these cute jars filled with this heavenly dessert is a perfect Summertime treat!
    Jemma

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  5. I love this dish and I haven't had this in ages. This looks so cute in the little jars! :)
    Thanks for sharing this with us at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
    Enjoy the week.
    Julie xo

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  6. I make the same banana pudding, but my recipe does not have cream cheese and still is the best ever! Love the jar idea.

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  7. I love banana pudding and this looks delicious! Not only does it look good, I like the idea of it being the perfect serving size.

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  8. A classic just like Lucy! laura {not a trophy wife}

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  9. I love things is jars! Sounds perfect Stacey-
    Jenna

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  10. Hi Stacey, this is one of my favs too and love the idea with this recipe of the little jars. I too, love the I Love Lucy show. It just takes you back to an easy secure time. Love your analogy!! and thanks for sharing the recipe.
    Hugs!

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  11. Hi Stacey,
    These are really cute and looking so yummy. What a great summer time light dessert. Have a great new week.
    Kris

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  12. Mr. Sweet loves Banana Pudding...I like the pudding and the cookies but not the bananas...(I like dried bananas...and banana bread...so guess it's the texture of the bananas that I really don't like)
    Sure looks cute in little jars...

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  13. This looks yummy! Wish I had some right now!

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  14. Thanks, Stacey! This is a terrific idea and very, very pretty!

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  15. This is so funny....these are on my menu for the 4th of July! Too darling and the perfect serving size..great minds think alike!

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  16. Has always been my dads favorite and what is it about cute lil jars to serve it in, that makes it all the more special!!

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  17. I love Lucy too, but Banana pudding not so much. Though yours looks adorable in those jars!!

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  18. Can you believe I have never had banana pudding? What can I say, I'm from the north. It sure looks good though, I would try it in a heartbeat, especially if someone served it up in cute little jars!

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  19. So cute in the jars. I have the pyres dish that my mom always made it in and I do the same. It just tastes best that way.

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  20. That looks so good! It's my husband's favorite dessert. I'm tempted to run out and buy the ingredients to make it for him. Hmmm...maybe tomorrow. It's 101 today!

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  21. Stacey, I love the cute idea of banana pudding in the jars! My family loves banana pudding, the only problem is ...some like it served warm from the oven and some like it cooled in the refrigerator! Have a wonderful week! Blessings, Pam @ Everyday Living

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  22. Those cute jars make everything prettier! When my son was in 6th grade, his drama teacher introduced them all to I Love Lucy and they loved it! Classic comedy at its best. :)

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  23. I love banana pudding and checked your recipe. Oh yum! Sheila

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  24. I Love Lucy is one of my most favorite things in the whole wide world!

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  25. Cute post. I want to make this for my little Elsie!

    Jane

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  26. Every time I see someone serve something in these cute little jars I think to myself,"I'm gonna do that!" and then I promptly forget. Note to self I have to make this!

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  27. I love desserts in jars, Stacey, and your banana puddings look so darling!

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  28. Well, we have a lot in common! We literally have I Love Lucy on DVD most of the time in our house. Everyone loves it:-) I love banana pudding too, and these are just the cutest!

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  29. One of my favorite desserts Stacey . Great idea with the little jars, they make a perfect serving. Enjoy the rest of your week. How's the MailChimp coming?

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  30. Haha, Stacey! Cute analogy. :-) I love banana pudding. Put it in mason jars and its irresistible! Yum, yum. I'll definitely be making this this Summer!

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  31. I haven't had pudding in years and yours looks so cute in the little jars.

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  32. I just love I Love Lucy!! It's a classic and I could watch it all day long...while eating pudding of course!! :)

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  33. Love banana pudding! I made some when my son came home recently and it was gone before I got to taste it. The little jars would be a good idea for everyone to have a taste.
    Truthfully, I was delighted he enjoyed it.

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  34. Oh I do love I love Lucy and always have. Now I am not a banana fan at all so I will leave that one alone. But your banana pudding looks adorable in those cute little jars. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  35. Cute post! :) I love Lucy, and I love banana pudding... minus the bananas. I'm weird, I know, lol! Great idea putting the pudding in those cute little jars! I'll have to try some soon! ~Rhonda

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  36. This is so cute! :) And looks tasty!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for Recipes and Crafts: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  37. My husband doesn't even need the bananas or the pudding. Just give him a box of Nilla wafers and a cold glass of milk and he's in Heaven.

    What a beautiful blog you have. I'm so glad I discovered it.

    Happy day,
    Patti @ Embracing Home

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  38. Grew up with lots of "nanner pudding" as they call it down south! Lol

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  39. I have lost track of how many reruns of I Love Lucy I have enjoyed watching :)Your pudding jars look so adorable and yummilicious! Perfect summer dessert! Hugs, Poppy

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  40. This looks amazing and I love how cute they are in the small canning jars! Love bananas! Can't wait to try these when we finally get settled in our home! This is the perfect recipe for company and a backyard party! :)
    Happy almost weekend! Hugs, Kimberley

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  41. This looks like comfort food at its yummiest.
    Amalia
    xo

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  42. Great idea to serve the banana pudding in jars! I like it! Blessings, Janet

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  43. It's been years since I've made Banana Pudding and I love the idea of serving it in little jars. Thank you for sharing your links with us this week at Celebrate Your Story and have a great weekend.

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  44. You are too cute! I love this post.....and I think this is a great idea, especially for summer. I think it would be fun to make this in the jars and take it on the boat! ;)

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  45. Stacey, banana pudding always reminds me of my maternal grandmother. She made hers with vanilla wafers too, and stored in the old Pyrex refrigerator dishes! Love your cute jar idea!

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  46. My husband loves banana pudding and this one sounds extra good with the addition of the cream cheese.

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  47. We love banana pudding!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  48. Yummy! Great idea on how to serve them...Christine

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  49. I love banana pudding and individual servings is a great idea! Thanks for linking up at The Blended Blog!

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