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Pot of Golden Banana Pudding Recipe {Homemade and No Added Sugar!}

This banana pudding has no added sugar, and it tastes bananaliscious! Bananas are a fabulous addition to your families diet.  Bananas are:

  • A great source of Vitamin B (Great for energy!)
  • A great source of Vitamin C (Great for Immunity!)
  • The potassium and fiber in bananas provide cardiovascular protection!

Pot of Golden Banana Pudding Recipe. No sugar added Banana Pudding!

I didn’t realize how easy homemade pudding was! In fact, I had always relied on the Instant pudding packets for the sweet treat, with all it’s added chemicals, preservatives, sugar, and colors.  Our Homemade Banana Pudding recipe was simple!

Our three step process was : Blend, warm, and chill~!

Pot of Golden Banana Pudding Recipe. No sugar added Banana Pudding!

We added some gold coins (although these do have sprinkles, thus they have sugar) but it’s totally optional.  We sprinkled some banana slices with gold sprinkles and froze them.  We topped our sugar free banana pudding with our gold coins.

Pot of Golden Banana Pudding Recipe. No sugar added Banana Pudding!

After the banana pudding chills in the fridge for an hour or so, it’s thick and creamy and perfect for eating!

Pot of Golden Banana Pudding Recipe. No sugar added Banana Pudding!

Drizzle some Honey for some extra golden goodness!

Pot of Golden Banana Pudding Recipe. No sugar added Banana Pudding!

Pot of Golden Banana Pudding Recipe {Homemade and No Added Sugar!}

  • 2 Cups Milk
  • 2 Bannas
  • 2 Tablespoons corn starch
Blend all ingredients in a blender until super smooth. Pour into a saucepan and warm over medium heat, till barely boiling. Turn down the heat, and stir constantly until pudding begins to thicken and stick to your spoon. Pour into a bowl and chill until ready to eat, or at least 1-3 hours.
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27 Comments

sallyjrw

Oh my goodness that does look easy. Only 3 ingredients, I can totally make this.

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Jenny

I’ve got these chilling in the fridge right now. Tasted delicious warm so I’m hopeful my 2.5 yr old eats it. Would this work with any other puréed fruit instead of banana?

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I don’t know if it will- but if you try it Susan, let us know. I meant to try it, as I have some soy milk in the fridge right now, but I haven’t got to it yet.

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Bananas are so thick and creamy, but I’d definitely love to try it with other fruit. I just ate a bowlful of strawberries that would have been fun to try- I’ll keep you posted next time I have some berries!

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this is a fantastic website. the first thing that i spotted was the banana pudding with NO ADDED SUGAR! amazing content and super healthy. i totally love the recipe. i must go try it right now and the pictures look great too!

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Susan

I tried making it with vanilla flavored soy milk. It worked fine and tasted fine. Yes there’s added sugar in vanilla soy milk so could probably be made with plain soy milk. I sprinkled cinnamon on top.

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Lisa

I made it with soy milk, as well, and the taste was delicious but it was brownish by morning. I guess I am used to the package version but is there something I may have done wrong? The kids deemed it to go on the “favorites” list.

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I bet we could add a little lemon juice to prevent the browning! I’ll let you know if I try it!

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janell

Looks delicious .. Going to make an attempt with organic rice milk .. Hope it works 🙂

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janell

It turned out great ! I was a little worried but pleasantly surprised 😉

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Nikki

anyone try it with almond milk? I bought some for a different recipe and have lots left over (we usually drink cows milk)

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Jocelyn Vopni

Have you tried it with coconut milk? Recipe looks great and so simple!

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Annie

I’ve been making plain vanilla pudding for years with egg yokes. I’m totally amazed that this could work without the eggs… Very curious to try it! 🙂

In the past I have put fruits in the pudding after made just before it goes in the fridge. Always yummy!

Thanks for sharing!!

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I haven’t Nikki- but I saw a similar recipe on a vegan site where they used coconut milk, and it looks like it turned out fine!

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Gummybear

I tried making this, but it never thickened up on the stove. I ended up chilling it and drinking it as banana-flavored milk. It was pretty good, but I was hoping for pudding! Any idea what I did wrong?

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Gummybear

I tried making this, but it never thickened up on the stove. I ended up chilling it and drinking it as banana-flavored milk. It was pretty good, but I was hoping for pudding! Any idea what I did wrong?

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SHARI

Hello,

How can I make this into vanilla pudding? I don’t think my son will eat banana flavored pudding. Thanks

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Marion

I would def make this, but substitute Arrowroot Powder for the Corn Starch. We prefer no GMOs.

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Colleen

Finally, a banana pudding that actually cooks the banana into the pudding! Everything else I found just pours vanilla pudding over sliced bananas, and since I’m allergic to raw banana, that’s a no-go. Can’t wait to try this!

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