top of page
  • Writer's pictureJolanta Nowobilski

2-Ingredient Banana Breakfast Pudding

2-Ingredient Banana Breakfast Pudding topped with Sliced Bananas and Chocolate Granola
Topped with chocolate granola and extra banana!

The inspiration for this breakfast idea was a "plant-based yogurt". Don't get me wrong; any kind of yogurt is great, but they can get on the pricey side. This breakfast pudding is a great swap for yogurt in the morning if you got some bananas and soft tofu that need using up. This recipe works especially great for those bananas in the back of the freezer that you've been meaning to make banana bread with (iykyk).

You can make in the morning or the night before. Yeah, it does turn a little brown while in the fridge, but, if that bothers you, you can make a chocolate version of this recipe with some cocoa powder.

Continuing on the thought of this being a "plant-based yogurt swap", the main difference between the two preparations is that this recipe is not thickened by live active cultures. This does not mean it is not still beneficial to your gut! Prebiotics, like the fiber found in the bananas of this recipe, are the foods that feed our guts. Like yogurt though, this recipe can be a good source of calcium thanks to the tofu.

Is this a glorified smoothie bowl? Perhaps. Tofu is often used as a base in smoothies for a boost of protein and fruit is required for smoothies.

I'm not going to sugarcoat it. The bananas don't mask the taste of the soy from the tofu. It's still a delicious breakfast, but I know that soy's not everyone's cup of tea. If you don't like soy or tofu, this isn't the recipe for you.

I love this recipe because it is lightly sweetened by the bananas and both ingredients give this pudding an irresistible creaminess. Did I mention this recipe is ridiculously easy? Yeah, it's ridiculously easy.

2-Ingredient Banana Breakfast Pudding Recipe

serves 2-3

- 16 oz. soft tofu

- 3 ripe bananas (like, banana-bread-ripe)

- sweetener of choice, optional

optional toppings: granola, cut-up fruit, nuts, seeds, chocolate, etc.

  1. Blend all three ingredients together in a blender or food processor until smooth and homogenous.

  2. Serve with desired toppings.

53 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page