Enjoy all the flavors of Banana Cream Pie in a mini bite size cheesecake. Teeny tiny desserts are the best especially for a bridal shower or baby shower or just because you sometimes just want a little sweetness.
8 oz. cream cheese
3 T. sugar
1 small pkg. instant banana pudding
1/2 C. milk
1 box mini vanilla wafer cookies
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Hi there, Jess in the Rada Kitchen, thanks for joining me. Today we are going to make a little sweet treat. These are mini-banana cream pie cheesecakes. And just to further confuse you, we’re going to put them in a mini-cupcake. Our first step is going to be to whip together our cream cheese, milk, pudding mix, and a little bit of sugar.
Our first step is to whip together some cream cheese with 3 tablespoons of sugar. Next we are going to mix in a small packet of instant banana pudding. If you don’t want a super strong banana flavor in this you could use vanilla. To this we are going to add half a cup of milk. Now we’re going to whisk that in slowly.
Here I have my mini-muffin trays. We are going to line the bottom with a little bit of crushed vanilla wafer. You can use the mini-vanilla wafers but if you can’t find them this is a great substitute.
Alright, we’re just going to pipe our filling and place a slice of banana on top so we’re not going to fill it in just yet. I’m just using a plastic bag that I snipped the edge off. You can use a piping bag or spoon it in.
Now we’re just going to come in and slice our bananas. Now come back in and pipe in a little more filling on top to seal in our banana. Now to top these off I’m going to take one of my vanilla wafers and set it at an angle. Then we’re going to stick this in the fridge or the freezer to set up.
So here, without even having to bake these, we have adorable banana cream pie cheesecakes all ready to go. Thanks so much for joining me today. Be sure to visit our website at RadaCutlery.com, and to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more great recipes just like this one.
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