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Healthy Banana Pudding Dessert

With just three simple ingredients and a quick stir-together method, this Healthy Banana Pudding Dessert seriously hits the spot. With Greek yogurt and milk as the base, this recipe also packs a high-protein punch!

Healthy Banana Pudding Dessert

This healthy banana pudding dessert is a lightened up version of traditional banana pudding but still tastes delicious. With 3 simple ingredients If you’re looking for a sweet and creamy dessert that satisfies your sweet tooth but offers a little more nutritionally too, you've got to give this one a try!

Healthy Banana Pudding Dessert

  • 1 small package sugar-free instant banana cream pudding mix

  • 1 C Plain Greek yogurt

  • 1 C milk see cooking notes

  • 1/2 ripe banana, sliced

  1. In a small bowl, add all ingredients and stir well to combine.

  2. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before serving. You can store in the refrigerator longer if you prefer a thicker and creamier consistency.

  3. Serve with sliced bananas and enjoy.

Servings: 2

Macros per serving: 171 cals | 2.5g fat | 21g carbs | 16g protein

Cooking notes:

If you prefer a fluffier pudding consistency, blend the ingredients together in a food processor or hand mixer.

What type of milk should I use?

I used 2% cow's milk but you can use whatever milk you prefer and enjoy. For an even higher protein option, try Fairlife 2% milk. You can use dairy alternatives like almond milk or oat milk, but the pudding will not "set up" quite as well as regular milk.

What about Greek yogurt:

Different Greek yogurt brands not only have slightly different flavor profiles but they vary quite a bit with consistency and texture - some are thicker, some are thinner and more “watery”, etc. Keep this in mind when preparing this recipe and choose a plain Greek yogurt option that has a similar consistency you enjoy!

If you already have a brand on hand already that’s on the thinner/more liquid-y side, you can experiment with using less milk for this recipe. The longer you let the pudding mixture sit, the thicker it will be as well.

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