Banana Pudding Cake

7:38 PM Katy 5 Comments

This may be the only recipe you'll ever see on this blog. I am not good in the kitchen, but since I got this TOTALLY AWESOME 1950s MIXER at the antique store last week, I really wanted to give it a whirl.

The mixer, I mean. The banana pudding was just because my son loves it and it's the only thing I can't screw up.
 I made this up based on a couple of recipes, here's what we did:
Oh who cares right? It's not like you can't google a million better recipes for banana pudding. Let's just look at the mixer:


 The settings are: 
1-Slow Mixing
2-Heavy batters
3-Prepared Mixes
4-Juicing Fruits
5-Icings, Creaming
6-Whip Cream
7-Whip Potatoes
8-Candy, Beat Eggs
 9-Cooked Icings
10-Attachments
I am pretty sure that I will never know what all of those settings mean. All I know is that the higher the number, the faster it whipped the pudding.

Anyway, 1950's appliances are awesome. I paid $30 for it and those huge KitchenAid mixers are what? $300? Yikes.

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5 comments:

  1. My commercial Kitchen Aid was $500! And your version is much more attractive. How have I never made banana pudding with chocolate before? YUM!

    Kim
    TheSimpsonSix.blogspot.com

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  2. So cool you found an awesome WORKING vintage mixer at the thrift store! So cool, and you bandanna pudding looks awesome as well. :)

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  3. i read your blog, every post. esp on low days for me- i come here and you cheer me on. not even knowing. anyways, love this mixer and esp because of the language on each speed- just that takes a person back in time. "cooked icings"?!!! love it!

    keep on.

    sherry

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  4. she who appreciates a mixer.... rocks. and should toast the hell outta it w/ a sloshy margarita.

    my mom's still using her sunbeam mixer from her bridal shower...49 years ago. only smokes a little.

    mix on, my friend.

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  5. I found this site in a search about this blender. I bought mine at an estate sale for $1! They also had the attachments there, but unfortunately I didn't buy them because I didn't know they were attachments until I got home. But it works perfectly and I am in love with it! Perfect for the upcoming holidays! :)

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