Columbia Mom EATS :: Banana My Puddin’ Kings Bakery


I recently came across a post on Facebook about a new dessert spot, Banana My Puddin’ Kings Bakery. If you know me, you that sweets are my weakness. When I googled the address I saw that it wasn’t too far from me, so my husband and I headed there before going to school to get in the car rider line.

The day we went, Banana My Puddin’ was having a soft opening. Therefore, only certain desserts were available for purchase. When we got inside we were greeted by the owners. They were with other customers and told us they will be with us shortly. While we waited we looked around. In their display case, they had slices of sweet potato pie, banana pudding cupcakes, red velvet cupcakes, as well as other desserts.

By the time we finished checking out the display case, we were greeted again with three different samples of their banana pudding. They had strawberry crunch, regular banana pudding, and an Oreo banana pudding. They were all delicious! I believe I closed my eyes after each bite. We ended up getting two orders of banana pudding, a slice of sweet potato pie, and a banana pudding cupcake.After purchasing, we headed to the car rider line and dug into that sweet potato pie. Now not everyone can make a sweet potato pie like my grandma, but Banana My Puddin’ definitely executed it! We loved it, and it’s rare we love someone else’s sweet potato pie.

Later on that day we tasted the banana pudding cupcake. It was very moist and tasted just like banana pudding. Of course, I knew it would be good after tasting the banana pudding. This will definitely be my stop for my sweet tooth from now on.

If you are in need of a sweet treat, head on over to Banana My Puddin’ Kings Bakery. You will not be disappointed!

Banana My Puddin’ is located at 10244 Two Notch Rd, and is open Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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Marissa was born in Charleston, South Carolina on Sept, 27, 1986 to James Sweat and the late Tracy Graham. She is the youngest girl of six, two sisters and three brothers. She grew up in Holly Hill, and graduated from Holly Hill Roberts High. Marissa furthered her education at Midlands Technical College, receiving a certificate in Early Childhood Education in 2017 and an associate degree in Early Childhood Education in 2018. She has been married for seven years to her husband Terence Evans. Together they have three children (Jaylen, Jada and Ny’Asia Evans). Her oldest and only boy, Jaylen, has cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and autism. Marissa and her husband are also the founders of the movement #Dontstare which is to raise awareness to how rude staring can be.


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