When I first started making this delightfully delicious recipe I couldn't believe how delicious it was. And yes if you'll follow the directions you'll be able to make one of these delicious cakes also.
Your going to need a pan large enough to make the package of Duncan Hines yellow cake mix by the package directions. Cook the cake until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. You want to cook the cake just to the point to where it is done.
Let the cake cool until it is no longer hot. Take something and poke holes all the way down through the cake and make rows of holes like in the photo.
Make up two boxes of banana pudding filling by the package directions and when you have it made pour it out on the top of the cake. Use a rubber spatula to make sure that the pudding gets all down in the holes you punched in the cake.
Crush all the cookies in a box of Nilla Wafers really fine with a rolling pin or something like it. Spread the crushed Nilla Wafers out on top of the pudding mix in a single layer. Save back about a third of the crushed Nilla Wafers.
Now you will need a large carton of Cool Whip Topping thawed and softened. You want to carefully spread the layer of Cool Whip out on top of the cookie crumb layer. Now sprinkle the top of the Cool Whip topping with the crushed Nilla Wafers that you saved back.
NOw cover your cake with the lid to the pan or with plastic wrap and chill it in the refrigerator for 24 hours. I know this is the hard part.
When your ready to serve your cake take a banana and slice it into thin slices to garnish each piece of cake with a couple of banana slices.
This banana pudding cake is oh so delicious. It is in fact one of the most delicious cakes that I have ever tasted in my life. Try it and I think you'll agree that its the best cake you've ever tasted in your life.