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Vegan creamy banana puddings! :)

on 01/02/2014
Vegan easy banana dessert!

Vegan easy banana dessert!

This evening, I made these tasty easy to make banana desserts. I made it in my beloved Vitamix, of course! ;) You can taste the banana, the cinnamon & the almond flavour!:)

Recipe: For 3 smaller tasty desserts

Ingredients:

2 very ripe bananas, peeled & cut up into smaller pieces

1 pitted date, cut up

1 cup of home-made unsweetened almond milk,

1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon of home-made vanilla extract, Use GF vanilla extract to make it completely GF! :)

2 tablespoons tapioca starch

4 tablespoons almond flakes

To serve: 1/2 teaspoon of almond flakes, per dessert, for on top!

Yum Yum Yummm! Would you share your dessert?

Yum Yum Yummm!
Would you share your dessert?

Method:

1. Place all your ingredients in this order into your Vitamix & blend on high & on full-speed until fully joined. This will take only 15 to 30 seconds max! Turn all power off & taste. Pour your desserts into fitted see through glasses & top the surface of each dessert, with 1/2 teaspoon flaked almonds & set in the fridge to cool down & stiff up a bit, for at least 3 hours! This will be a pudding consistency, a bit more runny & creamy! ;)

2. Take out of the fridge, 10 minutes before devouring! Enjoy this easy fast dessert that is all home-made & not to mention healthy too! :) MMM!

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78 responses to “Vegan creamy banana puddings! :)

  1. Sweet!! I’d love it if you would enable your Facebook sharing button so I can share with ease to me peeps! I want to share lots of your stuff!

  2. Laura says:

    Yum! This sounds so simple and delicious!

  3. lou says:

    Hello Sophie,
    It looks again very delicious! Let’s have one to drink.
    Mamalou

  4. Hotly Spiced says:

    That’s a lovely looking dessert, Sophie. I looks so creamy and smooth xx

  5. Fig & Quince says:

    How perfect. It’ll take care of the sweet tooth but based on the recipe and ingredients it’s also totally healthy. Looks yummy and so creamy. Hopefully a blender will do as I do not have a vitamix

  6. Here’s a avocado-based chocolate pudding made with bananas. It tastes just like chocolate pudding but it’s completely vegan:

    Chocolate Avocado Banana Pudding [serves 2-4]
     2 avocados, ripe
     2 medium bananas, ripe
     6-8T unsweetened cocoa powder
     1t vanilla extract
     1t cinnamon
     1.5 scoops Raw protein powder [opt]
    1. In a food processor, combine the avocado + banana and process until smooth. Scrape down the sides of bowl as necessary.
    2. Add the cocoa powder, vanilla, cinnamon, and protein powder [if using]. Process again until smooth.
    3. Refrigerate until ready to serve and add any topping you like.
    4. Store in a sealed container and eat within 2-3 days.
    notes: This has the consistency of a thick pudding, but is not similar to chocolate pudding from a box. If you want a thinner consistency, add your favorite soy milk, starting with 1T at a time. Do not use frozen bananas. The riper the banana, the sweeter and stronger the flavor will be. Your avocados should be slightly soft to the touch but not mushy, hard, or watery when cut. If you don’t like banana, feel free to sub in a squash puree [drained of excess liquid]. Add honey or maple syrup if desired. An immersion blender should also work for this.

    • Sophie33 says:

      I already made similar puddings like this, check my recipes below my post, they are similar too but here I didn’t want to use avocados & choclate! :) But thanks anyway!

  7. Barbara says:

    Sophie, that looks delicious! We’re both on a banana boat this week!

  8. Oh this looks delicious. I love creamy desserts and banana too! A big plus that it does not have to be cooked and of course it’s good for you!

  9. Ooh, I have a lot of ripe bananas lying around. I need to make this!

  10. I would NOT be sharing this with anyone ;-)!

  11. This looks so sweet and creamy– oh yummy Sophie!

  12. Sounds very sweet Sophie :)

  13. So creamy and tasty!

  14. wow, whata tasty booster dessert!!!
    just perfect for me….

  15. They look good. So creamy ☺️☺️

  16. Charlotte says:

    I am now eying the slightly over ripe bananas in the fruit bowl.. I have almost all the ingredients, only I have hazelnut milk and not almond milk..still worth a try!

  17. Katarina says:

    Yum, yum, yum :)

  18. That looks yummy! Every time I see gelatin in the ingredient list of most puddings I become a little grossed out!

  19. twbarritt says:

    Thanks for sharing YOUR dessert!!

  20. Make Something Mondays says:

    oohhh boy! I can taste it already!

  21. Ina gawne says:

    Sounds delicious Sophie…and healthy too!

  22. boeddhamum says:

    Sweet and simple, so good!!

    XX Linda

  23. Oh these sound and look amazing!

  24. Adrian Lupsa says:

    So simple and effective. Thanks for sharing Sophie!

  25. A perfectly sweet and simple, creamy and refreshing treat! It sounds delightful, especially because I actually have all the ingredients and equipment to easily make it over here.

  26. Liz says:

    delish :-)

  27. yum. simple and delicious! xx

  28. Oooh yum! That looks delectable.

  29. efili says:

    easy & delicious, yummy :)

  30. Koko says:

    Banana and cinnamon is such a lovely combination. These look like a yummy, easy, healthy dessert!! I don’t know if I would have the patience to let them set!! Hahaha

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