Healthy Peanut Butter Banana Antioxidant Pudding made with ALOHA
Healthy Peanut Butter Banana Antioxidant Pudding! Sweet, smooth, creamy and delicious, you’d never know it’s refined sugar free, high protein, high fiber, gluten free, dairy free and vegan!
One bite and you won’t believe that what you’re eating is packed with antioxidants and wholesome superfoods… because it sure just tastes like some damn delicious Peanut Butter Banana Pudding.
These are the ALOHA blends I tried.
My favorite is the Daily Good Greens Chocolate Blend (the one in the square bowl)!
I mean, c’mon, would you EVER guess that this Healthy Peanut Butter Banana Antioxidant Pudding is hiding spirulina, spinach, peas and wheatgrass? Nuh-uh.
And you see that grated chocolate on top of the pudding? Well, I’m sure you thought that was just regular chocolate, but SURPRISE SURPRISE, it’s superfood chocolate!
Yes, you read that right… Superfood. Chocolate.
I think I just heard a choir of angels.
Healthy Peanut Butter Banana Antioxidant Pudding
- one 14oz package Organic Extra Firm Tofu
- 2 Medium Bananas, ripe
- 3 cups Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk (or milk of choice)
- 2 tsp Vanilla Creme-Flavored Stevia Extract
- 240g (2 cups) Peanut Flour
- 23g (2 packets) ALOHA The Daily Good Greens Chocolate Blend
- 4 tsp Ground Cinnamon
- ¼ tsp Pink Himalayan Salt
- Drain and press the excess liquid out of the tofu block (see this post for a tutorial)
- In a high speed blender, add the tofu, bananas, almond milk and stevia extract. Blend until smooth.
- In a large bowl, whisk together the peanut flour, ALOHA powder, cinnamon and salt. With the blender running, slowly add the dry ingredients and puree until smooth.
- Pour the pudding into individual containers or jars, cover, and refrigerate overnight. Serve the next day!
- If you want a super thick pudding or mousse texture, reduce the almond milk by ~1/4 cup or add a few more tablespoons of peanut flour.
- This recipe is: refined sugar free, high protein, high fiber, gluten free, dairy free, vegan!
Here is the recipe’s nutrition label:
Pretty darn good for such a big and filling serving, am I right? (Yes, I’m right).
You can’t really go wrong with 10g of healthy fats, 10g of filling fiber, 29g of satiating protein, and only 8g of naturally occurring sugars.
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