Banana Protein Pudding

Recipe by Cornelia Sabrina,  @Cornelia_Sabrina on IG

I am sure a bunch of you have waited for this recipe. Desserts are always the most well received
recipes. The thing is, a lot of people think that being healthy and eating healthy has to be boring.
Basically veggies. As it is true that vegetables are very important and should be eaten a few
times throughout the day, we all know that we have cravings and those need to be satisfied; in a
healthy way.

This time we are making Banana Pudding with the twist that it is full of protein and healthy fats
and therefore you could have this for your breakfast all week. ALL WEEK! And not feel bad about
it at all. Doesn't that sound too good to be true? But I am here to tell you, it is a thing.
I tested this recipe with our protein pancake mix (see recipe on our website) as well as Kodiak
Cakes Protein Pancake mix and Trader Joes Protein Pancake Mix. Just know the macros might
change depending on what you use, but it works with every single one. There is no excuse why
you cannot make these!

Banana Protein Pudding

Recipe makes 2 servings.
Time: 30 minutes prep

2 cups Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Yogurt
2 scoops TRU Banana Maple Muffin Protein
1/2 cup Unsweetened Vanilla Cashew Milk
1/4 cup Protein Pancake Mix
1 large Banana


1) Mix Almond Yogurt with Protein Powder until well combined and no lumps are left, if needed
add water or plant milk to get a thick creamy consistency. Put into fridge.

2) Mix Cashew Milk and Pancake mix until combined, wait 1 minute for baking powder to
activate. Once fluffy, add batter into a zipper plastic bag, cut off tip and pipe quarter sized mini
pancakes directly into medium hot pan. Flip each mini pancake after 1-2 minutes or when light
brown on the bottom. Cook the until well done on both sides, then put aside on a paper towel.
These will be your vanilla wavers.

2.1) I did air fry my pancakes to make them crispy as it soaks up more of the flavor this way, but
you can definitely skip this step. It will still taste amazing.

3) Slice banana in thin slices. Layer into a container the following way: Cream, Wavers, Cream
Banana, Cream, Wavers, Cream, Banana, Cream, Wavers, Cream. Make sure to keep all layers
fairly thin to get a great flavor profile on each bite. Put into fridge over night and enjoy the
following day.


1 serving:
448 calories
30 g protein
41 g carbs (12 g sugar from fruit)
20 g fat

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