Goodness gracious! I made this meal for a event, and it disappeared in minutes

Bananas provide a creamy richness to our no-bake banana dream cake, which also has crispy cookies and delectable whipped cream. When the weather gets warmer, no-bake dishes like this one are a lifesaver. Whether you're hosting a party or just want a special dessert for a weeknight, this cake will be a hit. When ovens were a luxury few could afford, no-bake cakes were a genius way to make sweets without the oven. Their origins may be found in those simpler times.
To cut through the richness of this sumptuous cake, try it with a strong cup of coffee or a delicate herbal tea. It would be a delightful addition to a dessert spread with some fresh fruit or gelato for a burst of coolness.

Three big, ripe bananas, peeled and sliced
twelve ounces of vanilla wafers—one packet
1 container of thawed whipped topping (8 oz.)
one 3.4-ounce container pudding mix, vanilla, instant
(1) cup of chilled milk
powdered sugar— half a cup and one teaspoon of vanilla essence
Some more banana slices and crumbled vanilla wafers for topping it off

What to do
1. Combine the chilled milk and instant vanilla pudding mix in a large bowl and whisk until smooth. To thicken, set aside for 5 minutes.
Second, whisk in the vanilla extract with the pudding.
3. In a another dish, mix the powdered sugar and whipped topping until well combined.
4. In a big dish, stack the bottom with vanilla wafers to begin building the cake. For a sturdy foundation, overlap slightly.
5. Arrange sliced bananas on top of the wafers.
Sixth, top the bananas with half of the vanilla pudding.
7. Layer the bananas, then add another layer of vanilla wafers, and finally, top with the remaining pudding.
Put the whipped topping on top and smooth it out evenly.
9. Add extra sliced bananas and smashed vanilla wafers as garnish.
10. Allow the flavors to combine and the wafers to soften into a cake-like consistency by chilling in the refrigerator for at least three hours, preferably overnight.

Tips and Variations
Try using graham crackers or shortbread biscuits instead of vanilla wafers for a novel take on the old standby. You may also experiment with other pudding flavors; for example, you can use banana or cheesecake pudding mixes to enhance the cake's flavor. For those who are watching their dairy intake, try using almond or oat milk instead of normal milk and a dairy-free whipped topping. Toss in some toasted coconut flakes just before serving for an extra crunch.

Fry up some chicken with some chopped carrots and onions in a pan.
After the onion and carrots have been added, lower the heat to medium. As the chicken begins to brown and the carrots and onions begin to caramelize, continue cooking while stirring occasionally. 

Poaching chicken with chopped onion, carrot, capers, olives, and raisins.
Bring to a boil and then add the almonds, raisins, capers, pine nuts, and olives. After a quick stir, pour in half a cup of vin cotto. Reduce the liquids by half by deglazing the pan while scraping and stirring the fond, or browned pieces on the bottom. Toss in the leftover vin cotto and heat till boiling.

In a pan, sauté chicken with chopped carrots, onion, capers, and raisins in a wine sauce.
The sugar and vinegar should be mixed in a small basin. While stirring, heat the addition to the pan. A coating will form as the sauce reduces. Use sea salt and freshly ground pepper as seasonings, according to your taste.