The Perfect Spring Dessert!
One of my very FAVORITE things is homemade banana pudding, honestly it rivals pretty much every other dessert in my opinion. I love making banana pudding during the springtime because not only is it delicious, but it’s also refreshing, and the perfect dish to bring to any backyard BBQ. The other great thing about banana pudding is it’s super easy to make, it’s hands down my go-to dessert dish! So when I heard our friends over at Jackson Morgan Cream came out with a banana pudding flavor, I just knew I had to try and whip up my very own boozy pudding!
I’ve now made this recipe a few times tweaking it here and there because the first time I made it with the addition of booze it was super intense, but since then, I think I’ve perfected it! Refreshing, boozy, and extra delicious!
Boozy Banana Pudding with Jackson Morgan Cream:
Like I mentioned above, banana pudding is really very simple, you only need a few ingredients: vanilla, salt, cornstarch, milk, eggs, sugar, bananas, vanilla wafers, and Jackson Morgan Banana Pudding Cream.
Mix sugar and eggs together.
Add cornstarch, salt, Jackson Morgan Banana Pudding Cream, and milk. Bring to a boil while stirring constantly. It should thicken up pretty quickly!
Remove from heat, and add in a tiny bit of vanilla. Then pour pudding into your dish of choice.
Smooth out the top of the pudding, and add in vanilla wafers and banana slices.
Serve either warm or cool and enjoy!
1/4 tsp vanilla
1 dash salt
2 tbs cornstarch
1 c milk
2 tbs sugar
Directions: Serves 6/8
Mix sugar and eggs together. Add cornstarch, salt, Jackson Morgan Banana Pudding Cream, and milk. Then bring to a boil over medium heat while stirring constantly. It should thicken up pretty quickly! Remove from heat, and add in a tiny bit of vanilla. Then pour pudding into your dish of choice. Serve either warm or cool and enjoy! *refrigerate leftovers!
You’ll have to let me know if you try this recipe out, I’m dying to hear how you like it!
In partnership with Jackson Morgan Cream
Photographed by Amalie Orrange