Two Minute Chocolate Pudding

two minute chocolate pudding


Two Minute Chocolate Pudding

  • 1 ripe banana, peeled and mashed
  • 1 tablespoon cacao or cocoa
  • 1 tablespoon peanut butter
  • 1 teaspoon honey*
  1. Place the ingredients into a bowl and mix to combine. Microwave for 90 seconds. Allow to cool slightly.
  2. Eat and enjoy.

*you can use rice malt syrup if you prefer.

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Two Minute Chocolate Pudding
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4.5 Based on 44 Review(s)
  • Wendywoo

    Stop doing this to me- I’m going mad! (and getting fatter each day, haha!) Is this for one greedy person or 2? My carer and I will be testing it out later….I can’t wait! x

    • Wendywoo

      This is GORGEOUS! It’s going to be a regular favourite! xx

      • Thank YOU!!! I am glad you enjoyed it. xxxx

        • Wendywoo

          I’ve made this several times now- both with peanut butter, as per the recipe, with almond butter for some one who doesn’t like p.n butter (yes, these strange people exist), and with an egg and 2 bananas, for a nut allergic friend. All variations were scrummy yummy- the egg one was cooked in an ordinary oven, and was fluffier- more like a traditional sponge pudding, but still delicious. My latest attempt involved my husband being in charge of the microwave- the pudding was rock hard instead of nice and gooey! (Still delicious). I made it into balls instead, and popped them into the freezer. Waste not, want not!

          • Laughing!! I love it!!! Your husband in the kitchen sounds just like mine! I am glad the recipe is working well for you and I love the feedback on all of the variations. I will be sure to try some out! Oh and I come from a long line of waste not, want not-ers,…. xxx

          • Wendywoo

            Just had this for BREAKFAST, haha! If anyone has a rotten day ahead of them- work, school, pmt, etc, start your day with this- I guarantee you’ll have a much better day with this inside you! (Tiny confession…I did add a few spoons of natural yogurt to it, as it’s VERY rich, but you don’t have to!)

          • Oh the yogurt is perfect!!! Thank YOU! I am glad you enjoyed it. xx

    • One!! But even my single serves somehow end up with three spoons in them… I hope you enjoy it. xxx

  • Sandy

    This recipe sounds very yummy. I’m just confused by the picture as it has blueberries in it? Am I missing any of this recipe?

    • Thank you and no, I just topped mine with blueberries, completely optional. x

  • Jenna Thompson

    Wow, this recipe is insanely rich! I wasn’t expecting that 🙂 Thanks!

  • Laura

    Pregnancy had me craving cake all day yesterday. After dinner it still hadn’t gone, so I jumped on to your trusty website and found this recipe. It was so easy, hit the spot and I didn’t feel guilty about a delicious sweet treat!

    • Perfect!!! Pregnancy cravings cannot be ignored! I am glad the pudding worked well for you. x

  • Emma Porter

    Why microwave It? I’ve made choc mousse like this & just whizzed it up. Using banana or avocado or both. Never felt compelled to heat it 🤔 Does it make it cakey?