I thought I would give this a try even after reading comments saying it never thickened up, because I've made all sorts of custards and puddings before, and never had a problem. Problem! This never thickened up! Even after 35 minutes of cooking and after the addition of 2 more tablespoons of cornstarch. It did not even taste good. Don't know what went wrong, but I'll stick to my trusted pudding recipe next time. I wanted to try something different for Easter dessert, After using up the last of the milk, the last 2 eggs, and the last drop of vanilla(I only added the vanilla after cooking, to see if this recipe could be salvaged as a sauce or something) and with all the stores closed on Easter, I had to think on the fly and come up with something to make with the bananas and vanilla wafers. I spread peanut butter on the bottom of the wafers, put a sliced banana on top of the peanut butter, and made sandwiches. I froze them, then dipped in melted chocolate chips, topped with Easter sprinkles, then refroze. They were fantastic and everyone raved! Anyways, kudos to whoever is able to make this recipe, and good luck to whomever tries!
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I thought I would give this a try even after reading comments saying it never thickened up,...