“ Banana cream pie and banana pudding turn into a handheld treat with these cookie sandwiches that are delicious at room temperature and even better when frozen. Kate, Recipe Hunter ”
- Baking Powder
- Heavy Cream
- Powdered Sugar
- Unsalted Butter
- Vanilla Extract
If banana cream pie and banana pudding had a baby, this would be it. Thin homemade vanilla wafers sandwich a big dollop of freshly whipped banana cream for a nostalgic-tasting cookie sandwich. Since the cream is soft and fluffy, things get a little messy when eating these at room temperature but they’re equally delicious after a few hours in the freezer for a grab-and-go after dinner treat. The best part? No utensils required.
“ I scale down recipes to serve just 2 people. Tiny cakes, small batches of cupcakes, cocktails and more! ”
Growing up in a food-obsessed family and spending a lot of time in her Aunt Rose’s restaurant as a child, Christina was destined to be a fantastic cook. Now married and living and working in Kansas with her husband, she mostly cooks for two and (like all of us) has a sweet tooth that needs indulging after dinner. After becoming frustrated with the lack of recipes made for two, especially in the dessert category, she took matters into her own hands and started her blog, Dessert for Two, to share how she takes Southern classics (and a few surprises) and turns them into recipes that are perfect for just a few people.
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