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Do you remember a favorite snack or dessert from your childhood? Maybe it was something your Dad used to put together quickly – or perhaps that incredible cake your mother spent hours working on. My absolute favorite was something pretty simple, but to me it was always the highlight of the day. My Grandma used to make the banana pudding with Nilla wafers and I loved it – but now, with nutter butters used in this recipe, it takes on a whole new meaning.
For a homemade trifle recipe, this is pretty easy to do but the presentation is amazing. And the nutter butters really work well because they hit on the classic play of banana and peanut butter. I mean, really, what tastes better than bananas and peanut butter mixed together in a creamy dessert?
I think that if I had to choose a dessert this trifle recipe would be it. It contains a little bit of all of my childhood favorites! Plus, the presentation of the dessert is absolutely stunning when layered in a glass trifle bowl. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: This recipe is perfect for when you have bananas that are starting to become too ripe!