3 Ingredient Banana Pudding

3 ingredient banana pudding

To my precious, perfect babies,

Each morning when I see your faces, when Lu gives me her gentle kiss and Eamon lunges on me, I take a moment to thank the universe for you both. Without conscious thought my mind wonders how this came to be, how this happened to me? I wonder how I came to be loved by such a delightful little girl and an affectionate little boy. By two gorgeous children who are nothing short of perfect for me.

Watching you play together and seeing the love between you, hearing you speak each other’s name and knowing you miss each other in the short time you spend apart warms me from the inside out.

You fit together perfectly.

Lu, Eamon gives you the courage and strength to explore your fears.

Eamon, Lu gives you the freedom and tools you need to grow and to learn.

Lu, Eamon makes you laugh louder and Eamon, Lu shows you the beauty in quieter times.

You are the sun in each other’s day.

The music in each other’s song.

The colour in each other’s picture.

Soon your little group of two will grow. Soon there will be three precious faces greeting me each morning.

Soon there will be someone else to teach you both new things. Who will open your eyes and your mind to aspects of this world and aspects of yourselves that you had never seen and never thought.

Soon there will be someone else to make your sun shine brighter, your music sound clearer and your colours appear more vibrant than ever before.

Bringing our new baby into the world is an exciting adventure for all of us and it is one that will last a lifetime. I can’t wait to share it with you both.

Here’s to all this year will bring and all that you have already brought to me and to each other.

Loving you always my precious babies.

Mum. Xxx


3 Ingredient Banana Pudding

  • 4 ripe bananas, peeled and halved (the flesh of mine weighed 500 grams)
  • 4 tablespoons almond butter / spread
  • 4 medjool dates, seeds removed
  1. Preheat your oven to 175°C or 350°F
  2. Place the ingredients into your food processor and blend at high speed until the mixture is smooth and well combined.
  3. Pour the mixture evenly into four ramekins.
  4. Sit the ramekins onto a tray and bake the puddings in the preheated oven for 35 minutes or until they are golden and an inserted skewer comes out cleanly.
  5. Enjoy.
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3 Ingredient Banana Pudding
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  • Gluten Free Kim

    I have an Eamon. I love hearing of other little boys called Eamon. It is not that common. Can’t wait to hear what name you pick for the new bub. I have two boys now Eamon will be 3 in June and Levi is 5 months and I too feel so blessed to have such beautiful healthy boys. Good luck with the rest of your pregnancy I’m looking forward to all the updates.

    • Thank YOU so much!!! To be honest I didn’t realise it was unusual until I had him and many people were asking how to pronounce it and saying that hadn’t heard it. My daughter is Elise but I call her Lu. Thanks again for writing. xx

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  • Brenda

    Mine did not work, I weighed the bananas to make sure the same amount. Have been cooking them for 40mins, they rose high then sunk and are now gooey puddles stuck to the ramekins. Do you think it depends on how ripe the bananas are? Mine were very spotty

    • Brenda

      did you maybe put an egg in yours?

      • Nope, no eggs and we have made them several times now. x

    • No I think spotty bananas sound fine, as long as they weren’t old beyond being nice. The puddings don’t really rise if that was the problem? Although puddles doesn’t sound right. I hope they still tasted ok and that you find some other recipes that you enjoy. Sorry I haven’t been much help.

    • Liz

      I made these today and had exactly the same problem as you and was hoping to find an answer as they are still quite nice but not as they should be. I wonder what the issue is. They looked great one minute when they had risen almost above the ramekin but next time I looked they had sunk completely.

      • Hi Liz, the rising and sinking is what they do. I hope you were still able to enjoy them. I do not think you have done anything wrong. x

  • C

    Omgoodness!!! Absolutely delicious! I made these as a very last minute supper last week not really knowing what to expect but they were so amazingly yummy! We’ve since made them again and again and I think they’ll be a regular for our home. The ingredients were readily available and the pudding is so easy to prepare. We love this recipe!!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Xo.

    • Thank YOU!!!!! I am glad you enjoyed it and I really appreciate the feedback! I hope you find many more recipes that you like, be sure to let me know. x

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