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Banana Pudding Dip- No Bake Banana Dessert

Banana pudding turned into a dip. This banana pudding dip is an easy, make ahead dessert recipe for your next pot luck or party.

Blue bowl of banana pudding dip topped with vanilla wafer crumbs

Banana Pudding Dip

Does anyone remember the banana pudding milkshake from Chick-Fil-A? This was a limited time flavor that was offered for several years during the spring.

I was extremely disappointed to learn that it was not going to come back last year because this thing was amazing! We are talking banana pudding in drinkable form!

So today I bring you the next best thing (in my opinion): banana pudding in dip form. This banana pudding dip recipe tastes just like banana pudding and is easy to make.

Two slices of banana on top of a bowl of banana pudding dip

Tips for making Banana Pudding Dip

Can you make banana pudding dip ahead of time? Yes, most definitely.

Just mix all the ingredients together and store, covered in the refrigerator.

The bananas will brown some as the dip sits. If you want to avoid that, you could always follow all the steps except for mixing in the bananas and then add those closer to when you’re ready to serve.

What can you dip into banana pudding dip?  Well, vanilla wafers are probably the favorite choice. But you could use you favorite cookies or even serve this as a fruit dip.

Is the lemon juice required?  The acidity from the lemon juice helps to prevent the bananas from browning. You may omit if the browning doesn’t bother you. It won’t impact the taste of the dip.

Blue bowl of banana pudding dip with vanilla wafers

Adapted from: Recipes For My Boys

How to make Banana Pudding Dip

Easy dessert dip recipe that tastes like banana pudding. Great party dip for your next pot luck or holiday gathering.

Banana Pudding Dip

Darlene Kratz
Banana pudding turned into a dip. This banana pudding dip is an easy dessert recipe for your next pot luck or party. 
5 from 5 votes
Prep Time 15 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Appetizer, Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 16
Calories 249 kcal


  • 2 8-oz blocks of cream cheese , softened
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 7 oz sweetened condenses milk, half of a 14 oz can
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1 cup prepared instant vanilla pudding, about half of a 3.4 oz box
  • 2 bananas
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • 1 box vanilla wafers


  • In a small bowl, beat heavy whipping cream until soft peaks form.
  • In another small bowl, prepare pudding according to package instructions. (you only need half the box so you can either make the whole box and eat the leftovers or only make half the box)
  • In a large bowl, beat together the cream cheese and powdered sugar until combined. Slowly mix in the condensed milk.
  • Fold 1 cup of the pudding into the cream cheese mixture and then fold in the whipped cream into the mixture
  • On a plate, mash the bananas and sprinkle with lemon juice to help prevent them from browning.
  • Fold bananas into the dip mixture.
  • Chill for an hour and sprinkle the top with crushed vanilla wafers before serving.
  • Serve with vanilla wafers,


If you don't want to use store bought pudding mix, you should be able to make your own pudding and substitute it into the recipe although I have not tried this.


Calories: 249kcal
Keyword banana dessert, banana pudding dip, nobake dessert
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  1. Nicole @ OrWhateverYouDo.com

    This looks fantastic!! Beautiful photo too. Thanks for stopping by my site! I will definitely be coming back to yours!

  2. Made this tonight– the results were “too much” for my container, so I had to eat the extras. The sacrifice….. This is fabulous!!!!

  3. 2 oz blocks of cream cheese 8-, softened

    Not quite understanding on the cream cheese is it 2 of the 8 oz blocks of cream chees or just 2 oz?

    1. Apologizes for that! I recently converted the format of my recipes and didn’t catch this issue. It is corrected now. Thanks for letting me know.

    1. This should last a couple of days in the fridge. The bananas will get a bit brown the longer it sits though.

  4. This made a ton! Tastes good but the banana is very mild. May try with instant banana pudding or prep better and use Browned bananas.

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