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2 boxes of Duncan Hines Banana Cake Mix
1 box of vanilla pudding (not cook and serve)
2 ripe bananas
1 small can of condensed milk
1 large tub of Cool Whip
1 box/bag of vanilla wafers
2 & 1/4 cups of whole milk
1 pastry brush
1. Prepare cake according to box directions.
2. Pour batter into three buttered and floured 8 or 9″ cake pans.
3. Bake according to box directions until browned or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.
4. While cakes layers are cooling, prepare vanilla pudding according to box directions and set aside.
5. Slice the 2 bananas into coin shapes and set aside, keeping each set of banana slices separate.
6. In a small bowl, combine 1/4 cup of condensed milk and 1/4 cup of whole milk and stir.
7. After the cake layers have cooled, take one layer and using the pastry brush, brush the top of the cake layer with the milk mixture.
8. Take half of the vanilla pudding, after it has thickened and spread it on the cake layer. Cover the pudding layer with the slices from one of the bananas.
9. Brush the 2nd cake layer with the milk mixture and place on top of the banana slices of the 1st layer.
10. Spread the rest of the vanilla pudding and add the slices from the 2nd banana.
11. Brush the 3rd cake layer with the milk mixture and using a spatula, ice the cake with the cool whip, as if you were using frosting.
12. Place a ring of vanilla wafers around the cake and repeat until you have 4 rings of cookies.
13. Finally, place the extra cool whip in a piping bag and decorate the top of the cake. Take one or 2 cookies, crumble and sprinkle on top.