BSI: Bananas! (Banana Pudding)

Lara’s hosting the  BSI (blogger secret ingredient) this week and she chose bananas!  I go bananas for bananas 🙂  Here’s a yummy idea…

Banana Pudding



  • 1 mashed banana
  • 6 ounces soft silken tofu (1/2 pack of Mori-Nu silken tofu)
  • dash of salt
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon PB2 (or regular peanut butter, heated up so it’s melty)


  1. Blend everything in a mini food processor!  It’s that simple.
  2. Top with bananas (I topped with homemade dried bananas from my freezer).

Nutritionals (per 1/2 recipe serving) – 122 calories, 3.2 grams fat, 19.3 grams carbs, 6.1 grams protein.

18 Replies to “BSI: Bananas! (Banana Pudding)”

  1. Yummm! What could be better than banana pudding?? I LOVE your addition of honey and PB2; that is a seriously classic combination of flavors right there. 🙂 I bet the tofu gives it such a great texture!

  2. love this! i am so crazy about banana pudding and i bet its 43984903 million times better with pb2 – genius!

  3. :O maggie – how did you make homemade dried bananas in your freezer? i saw the dried bananas topping and immediately thought, “the beautiful maggie got a dehydrator!” hehe 🙂

  4. Sounds so great! There is a banana pudding that a family member recently made for mother’s day and we all flipped over it — it’s a recipe from Magnolia. I love banana pudding!

  5. Maggers,
    Hi love!!! You know we are banana lovin’ friends!!

    Yay for naner love. You are so sweet, hope your yoga is yummy as ever and massive hugs to you and your boy! XOXO

  6. Sounds great! I looove bananas (and eat way too many of them). This sounds super easy, I’m definitely trying this!

    I bet this would be great if you turned it into banana cream pie.

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