Banana Pudding Lovers Month
Banana Pudding Lovers Month is observed every November and it serves as a reminder of how delicious this simple pudding can be. While many people eat banana pudding straight, or maybe with some vanilla Nilla Wafers, there are actually quite a few things that can be made with it.
Banana pudding can be used as a base for coconut-banana pudding, mated with chocolate pudding to make a chocolate-banana pudding trifle, made into banana pudding pie, made into banana pudding cheesecake, or used as icing for a poke cake.
No matter how this pudding is enjoyed, there’s one thing that’s sure to happen. There are going to be a lot of smiling faces around the table.
The History Of Banana Pudding Lovers Month
This month was first created in 2011 by Chase’s Calendar of Events. It has since become a holiday month that’s been observed by countless people all over the U.S. We know that we’re big fans of Banana Pudding Lovers Month and will continue to celebrate it ourselves with some tasty banana pudding recipes that we pick up off the Internet.
Important Facts About Bananas & Pudding
Okay, since we couldn’t find out too much about banana pudding, we thought that we’d take a moment to dig up some facts about bananas and about pudding. Check out what we uncovered below. We think everyone is going to enjoy the following facts.
- Although Cavendish bananas are the most commercial bananas, they are just one of 1,000 different varieties grown all around the world.
- Every year, 50 billion tons of Cavendish bananas are produced each year.
- It’s believed that bananas are the world’s first cultivated fruit — originating some 10,000 years ago.
- “Proof is in the Pudding” dates back to the 17th century.
- Pudding comes from the French word “Boudin,” which means small sausage.
- In North America, pudding is a milk-based dessert that’s similar to custards or mousses.
Observing Banana Pudding Lovers Month
The first step anyone should take is to decide whether they want to make their own banana pudding or use a store-bought box pudding. Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone if you decide to use a box pudding, after all, that’s what we plan on using.
Once you’ve sorted out the pudding, it’s then customary for people to decide whether they’re going to enjoy it straight up or going to incorporate it into a recipe. Fortunately, November has 30-days in it, so a person could make a whole lot of banana pudding dessert recipes.
No matter what you create, just be sure to use the hashtag #BananaPuddingLoversMonth to let the rest of us know what dessert you whipped up.