Patti LaBelle’s Banana Pudding Looks Amazing
By Cooking Panda
If you love Patti LaBelle’s cakes, pies and cobblers as much as you love her singing, you’re in luck!
Brand Eating reports that LaBelle is releasing a new Banana Pudding dessert exclusively available at Walmart. The dessert comes in a 36-ounce tub, and features banana pudding mousse and crumbled vanilla wafer cookies, with 12 whole wafers on top, along with a sprinkling of even more crumbled wafers, making for a nice crunchy vanilla crust topping.
The new pudding will be available at Walmart stores nationwide for $9.98. While you’re shopping for this new dessert, make sure and try some of her others, too. That is, if you haven’t already. Her other hits include sweet potato pecan pie, peach and apple cobblers, sweet potato pound cake, caramel cake, vanilla pound cake, berry cobbler and sweet potato pie.
According to Walmart, LaBelle’s 1-pound, 15-ounce apple cobbler is baked with two crusts and packed full of Fuji apples. The berry cobbler is filled with raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and boysenberries for a sweet and tangy pie treat, and an authentic berry taste. The peach cobbler was reportedly inspired by one of her most popular recipes; it has a top and bottom crust and, of course, it’s packed full of delicious cooked peaches!
The caramel cake consists of three layers of yellow cake filled with caramel buttercream, and is topped off with caramel icing. The 21-ounce sweet potato pie is made with California-grown sweet potatoes, and a healthy serving of butter and spices. Yum! The vanilla pound cake comes in bundt form and is topped with poured vanilla icing. This one is perfectly and scrumptiously simple!
I could go on all day describing each of the delicious-sounding desserts in Patti LaBelle’s line, but descriptions won’t do them justice. You’ll have to actually go and taste them for yourself! You’ll be able to find the Patti LaBelle selection in the bakery section of your local Walmart. Go and see what you think!Banana Pudding, desserts, Patti LaBelle, Walmart