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Nilla Wafer Recipes

from Country Living

22 Crazy-Creative Ways to Use Nilla Wafers

Banana + Nilla = BaNilla. (Brilliant.) You start with two mini Nilla wafers sandwiching a slice banana. Cement your cookie creation with peanut butter and make sure you coat the banana exterior. Why? You're going to roll the rims in sprinkles for "added happiness." We have to agree with Naomi, "Look at how freak'n adorable they are." Get the recipe from Baker's Royale.


Mini Boston Cream Pies

Mini Boston Cream Pies recipe - These mini cream pies are perfect for entertaining! #Desserts #PartyFood #Chocolate


Homemade vanilla wafers We've made these a number of times and love them every time!!! Very easy and the recipe makes about 4 dozen (I'm guessing b/c we tend to eat them as they come out of the oven lol), but it makes a lot!

from TGIF - This Grandma is Fun

Twix Cookies

Twix Cookies. Made with a buttery, flaky shortbread base then add some caramel and top with chocolate, these cookies are bound to become a favorite.

from Mom On Timeout

Best Nilla Wafer Crust - A Step by Step Tutorial

A step by step tutorial to your new favorite pie crust recipe! This is the BEST Nilla Wafer Pie Crust ever and so easy too! |

from Mommy Musings

No Bake Banana Nilla Pie

Easy No-Bake Banana Nilla Pie Recipes - This delicious no-bake dessert recipe is perfect for hot summer days! #Pyrex100 #ad

from Hugs and Cookies XOXO

No-Bake Cherry Cheesecake Cookie Lasagna

cherry cheesecake cookie lasagna nilla wafer

from Kitchen Nostalgia

Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding

Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding - easy, no bake dessert with banana slices, instant pudding and whipped cream

from Crazy for Crust

Apple Cheesecake Bars

Apple Cheesecake Bars with Nilla Wafer Crust - this easy recipe is perfect for fall! Nilla Wafer crust, cheesecake, apples, and crumble, the perfect recipe!


Homemade 'Nilla Wafers: Make Your Own Monday #37

Homemade ‘Nilla Wafers This turned out to be almost spot on. I added a pinch of salt and a bit more vanilla - simply because my granny used to say you can never add too much vanilla and then she would splash a bit more into the bowl.