You are out to dinner with your husband, his boss and a couple co-workers. Dinner is almost done and your husband says to his boss, we would love for you to stop by the house for dessert. Yikes! Really? Even though you love to bake, you have nothing ready. So your mind starts racing through the ingredients in your pantry and fridge – oh what to make, what to make – then you remember this quick, 15 minute dessert you saw recently – Sweet Cream Banana Tartlets. Perfectly! They aren’t too heavy after dinner, they go together in under 15 minutes, and they look impressive like you spent all afternoon on them!
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Sometimes I make a dessert that I know will be delicious, but then it just blows my socks off! These Banana Tartlets were that way. I love banana, love pudding, love whipped topping, love pie – but these, these I really loved! And you know the best part – they are done in under 15 minutes with little effort, yet they look impressive.
The other day in my Better Homes and Gardens post, I shared why I do what I do. Then I was later asked, if you could put what you do into one sentence, would people “get” it. So you tell me…
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Do you love it? I do, it’s why I work so hard to share my passion with you. It’s why I make 15 minute desserts and share them with you because let’s face it my friends, YOU are Busy, with a capital “B”. And who doesn’t want to be able to spend more time with their families? I know I do.
So let’s learn how to whip up these delicious Sweet Cream Banana Tartlets…
The secret ingredient here is International Delight Coldstone Sweet Cream Coffee Creamer. Who doesn’t love the flavor of Ice Cream mixed into their pudding? I have used many different flavors of International Delight in a variety of baked goods. The Butter Pecan Poke Cake I made a couple months back was a huge success! And the York Peppermint Pattie Cupcakes and Irish Cream Push Pops were also delicious!
It doesn’t get any easier than changing the flavor of pudding with a flavored creamer. I used half creamer and half milk because I didn’t want the pudding to be too sweet, and the flavor turned out amazing. You could also use any flavor of creamer you like along with vanilla pudding for a totally different dessert.
For the pie shells, I used Shortbread Tartlet Shells that I found at Kroger in the baking aisle, fresh bananas, and whipped topping. Yes, they are that easy!
Like I said, you can have these done in under 15 minutes, here’s how…
- Combine the pudding, International Delight Coldstone Sweet Cream Creamer and milk in a bowl and whisk. Place in fridge.
- While the pudding is setting up, open the Tartlet Shells and place on a tray
- Get the bananas out and ready. You don’t want to slice too early though, they will brown quickly.
- Grab the whipped topping, a decorator bag and a jumbo star tip. I found my decorator tip at Bake Pretty.
- Place the tip into the bag, snip off the end of the bag, and fill with whipped topping.
- Now, the pudding should be ready (give it about 5-8 minutes to set), whisk it a bit
- Fill shells using a small cookie dough scoop, I added about 1 tablespoon of pudding to each shell
- Slice the bananas, add 1 slice to each tartlet.
- Pipe on a dollop of whipped topping
- And that’s it! Serve your beautiful desserts!
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