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Make your own banana pudding variations

In this piece we'll talk about 3 different dishes you could use in your own menu.

The different meals are the best-ever favourite coleslaw recipe, the outlandish coconut shrimp and terribly tasty banana pudding.

Coleslaw is a great accompaniment to most main meals or snacks, as well as being extraordinarily healthy. Most people get their coleslaw from a store but this can often taste awful! You can make your own coleslaw at home which is refreshing and fun to do. You can decide to make a classic coleslaw recipe or add additional things to it to make it more fascinating.

There's nothing that tastes like your own coleslaw recipe and you can play around with different ingredients to find a combo that you really love. It is so fast and simple to make as well as being the perfect accompaniment to most main dishes.

Coconut shrimp can be served as a main dish or an appetizer. If you like shrimp and coconut then you are going to love this recipe for coconut shrimp. It is straightforward to make and can be served immediately or even made ahead. If you're looking out for a great appetizer for a soiree, football party, or birthday celebration. Nearly any even that calls for an appetiser this can do the trick.

Making banana pudding is really very simple and the general public know the way to make it with out having to have a look at a recipe. Many people would prefer to use banana pudding while other prefer to use vanilla pudding. Ensure you have your box of vanilla wafers, and some bananas chopped up. Then you can layer chopped bananas and another layer of wafers. You continue this process till the bowl is full. You may either top the pudding with layers of vanilla wafers or crush the vanilla wafers and sprinkle them on top.

The way you make your pudding is really your decision. It's a simple desert to make and you can add your own touches to make it your very own recipe. If you like a lot of bananas in yours then add a lot of them. If you like only a few then only add some. The same applies with the wafers. You can put as many or as few as you need.


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