5 Ingredient Peanut Butter Banana Pudding, No Cook

Peanut Butter Banana Pudding

Peanut Butter Banana Pudding

I love easy dessert recipes – especially when they only contain around five ingredients. And one of my favorite easy desserts is pudding! My no-cook method is simple and delicious. Try this Peanut Butter Banana Pudding! Cinnamon-maple accented flavor. Your entire family will adore this comfort food dessert. Serve with a few vanilla wafers or some coconut whip on top for an extra special treat. My secret “silky” base ingredient is combined with salty, crunchy peanut butter and silky sweet bananas. Rich in protein, fiber and yumminess!..

Banana PB Pudding

Banana PB Pudding

silky vegan pudding

silky vegan pudding

The process for my vegan dessert pudding recipes is simple: blend, chill, serve! No cooking or heating required. Gelatin-free and dairy-free. The protein adds soy veggie protein which makes these puddings very healthy.

In fact, I will often have them as a “breakfast parfait” by adding granola and fresh fruit.

5 Ingredient Peanut Butter Banana Pudding
vegan, makes 5-8 servings

1 lb silken tofu, drained (about one fridge-section package)
2 large ripe bananas
3-4 Tbsp peanut butter, chunky/salted
2/3 cup maple syrup
1/4 tsp cinnamon
(Salt to taste if needed – will depend on how salty your pb is)

To make:
1. Add all ingredients to blender – I use a Vitamix.
2. Blend. Taste test. If needed, add salt.
3. Pour into serving dishes or a large bowl. Chill until thick.
4. Serve! (Smaller servings sizes will chill faster)

Peanut Butter Banana Tofu-Based Pudding Dessert

Peanut Butter Banana Tofu-Based Pudding Dessert

Want more dessert pudding recipes?
Try my Pumpkin Pudding Recipe or my Raw Chocolate Pudding Recipe

pumpkin pudding

pumpkin pudding

Going bananas! Even more kid-friendly recipes using our favorite yellow fruit

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