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    A new dessert

    My Aunt shared this recipe with my sister who shared it with me. My DH chose it over his favorite banana pudding tonight. That says a lot. Hope you enjoy it too!

    layer a 9x 13 casserole dish with vanilla wafers. Mix together 1 can of sweetened condensed milk and 1/4 cup of lemon juice and one can crushed pineapple (juice included) and pour over wafers. Then put a layer of cool whip over that. Then add another layer of vanilla wafers and top with more cool whip. Garnish with coconut and marachino cherries and nuts if desired. Let sit overnight in fridge before serving. ( you can eat it right away but is better if it sits cause the cookies soak up all the juices and makes it cake like)
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    Yum. Wondering the calorie count. But then who would even count them while enjoying this...will bookmark to try. Thanks for posting

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    Calories with Sweetened Condensed Milk are you kidding me ! ! ! Don't even think about it ! !
    Does this have a name? I hae a luncheon coming up and will probably make it then.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Sounds yummy, and it's make ahead too. A few banana slices would be good too.
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    Thanks. this is one that will be added to my sunday dinner dessert list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1 View Post
    Sounds yummy, and it's make ahead too. A few banana slices would be good too.
    I did have some banana pudding left over at the same time I had this left over and I combined the two together and it was pretty good. So, yep, bananas would be good too.
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    I think I would call it "Just Almost Split" hehehehee!
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    We make a version called Millionaire pie here in the Deep South. This version is from Cook.com

    We add coconut to the mixture and bananas if we have them and don't put the pineapple rings on top. Make it, put it in your fridge and serve when cold. It is scrumptious. This could be layered as a parfait with vanilla wafers. If you add chocolate syrup as a topping, you have a version called Banana Split Pie.

    MILLIONAIRE PIES

    Printed from COOKS.COM

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    2 graham crusts
    1 lg. can crushed pineapple, drained
    1/2 c. chopped pecans
    1/2 c. lemon juice
    1 can sweet condensed milk
    1 container Cool Whip
    Cherries
    1 can sliced pineapple rings


    Mix lemon juice and condensed milk together. Add pineapple, Cool Whip and pecans. Mix well. Divide the mixture into the 2 crusts. Top with cherries and pineapple rings. Chill for at least 1 hour.
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    Sounds scrumptious!!! Will have to bookmark. Thanks for sharing with us!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1 View Post
    Sounds yummy, and it's make ahead too. A few banana slices would be good too.
    Well of course then: - wait for it

    Banana Split Wafer Surprise!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1 View Post
    Sounds yummy, and it's make ahead too. A few banana slices would be good too.
    My thoughts exactly. What's a few banana slices thrown in there too. Forget the calorie count - it's probably "over the moon" .
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    Both of these sound so super good and easy. They are copying as I write this!

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    Sounds yummy and I don't usually think about calories. Just for interest sake I see it says 982 cal per 1 cup condensed milk; a bite size vanilla wafer has 13 cal; okay...that's enough of the serious stuff. Enjoy your goodies!

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    I love taking something like this to the guild meetings or other group events. That way, I can have my cake and eat it too, but not the whole darn thing :-)

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    At our little church we have sandwiches every Sunday night and one person brings dessert and this will definitely be the first one I make in May.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vat View Post
    Calories with Sweetened Condensed Milk are you kidding me ! ! ! Don't even think about it ! !
    Does this have a name? I hae a luncheon coming up and will probably make it then.
    Thanks for sharing.
    When I was a child, my Mother made these a lot. She called them "Fireless Cakes'.

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    Quantity question for your banana pudding recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker View Post
    My Aunt shared this recipe with my sister who shared it with me. My DH chose it over his favorite banana pudding tonight. That says a lot. Hope you enjoy it too!

    layer a 9x 13 casserole dish with vanilla wafers. Mix together 1 can of sweetened condensed milk and 1/4 cup of lemon juice and one can crushed pineapple (juice included) and pour over wafers. Then put a layer of cool whip over that. Then add another layer of vanilla wafers and top with more cool whip. Garnish with coconut and marachino cherries and nuts if desired. Let sit overnight in fridge before serving. ( you can eat it right away but is better if it sits cause the cookies soak up all the juices and makes it cake like)
    Enjoy!!!
    Please share with me how many boxes of vanilla wafers and the size of the cool whip container required for this recipe. It sounds good.
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    have you ever made it with real whipped cream? Not a fan of Cool Whip and wondering how it would come out.

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    Yummy! Will make it for the next church potluck! Thanks for sharing!

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    My sister makes this with shortbread cookies (the ones with the horse's head on them) and bananas. It goes fast at parties. Very yummy.

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    sounds delicious
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    I may try this with whipped cream. We do not eat Cool Whip in our house.
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    What size crushed pineapple...the larger one?

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    Sounds like a great recipe and looks easy to put together, I like desserts that do not take hours to put together. Better they sit overnight to soften cookies. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sounds like something I should make for our church coffee hour.
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