Banana Split Dessert Pudding

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This Banana Split Dessert Pudding is one of my most favorite things! It’s super flavorful and delicious. Also, it’s also really easy to make but looks like a million bucks.

The reason why this it’s so delicious is that it has three layers of pudding, one packed with chocolate flavor, another one packed with a vanilla punch and the final one with a ton of strawberries. So, not only it has a ton of different flavors, but it also looks charming layered into glasses.

While you can whip up every flavor on its own, I prefer to go the easy route! I start with a pudding base, and once it’s thoroughly cooked and creamy and velvety, I just divide it into three bowls and add the rest of the ingredients to each bowl. So in this case, I would add the cocoa powder to one bowl, the strawberry jam to the other and the vanilla extract to the last one.

And then it’s just a matter of scooping the pudding into the glasses and then topping them with some banana and a drizzle of chocolate syrup. I find that especially the little ones love to lend their hands and help to fill the glasses, so this could also be a great afternoon activity with the little ones.

After your Banana Split Dessert Pudding is done is just a matter of placing the glasses into the fridge for a couple of hours or until they set. I usually make a big batch on the weekends to have enough pudding for the whole week, and since they already come in individual servings there’s no need to have extra portion control 😉

And the fact that it comes in individual servings also makes it ideal for parties and gatherings, trust me friend when I say everyone will ask for the recipe!

Banana Split Dessert Pudding

 

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Ingredients

1 Cup almond milk

3 Tbsps sugar

¼ Cup cornstarch

2 Eggs

1 Tbsp butter

1 Tbsp vanilla extract

1 Tbsp strawberry jam

1 Tbsp cocoa powder

For the Topping:

Half banana sliced

Chocolate syrup

Directions

Mix in a saucepan the milk, sugar, cornstarch, and eggs.

Stir until the first bubble forms and Reduce to low heat and add the butter, stir for one more minute.

Remove from the heat and divide the batter into three bowls.

In bowl 1, stir in the vanilla extracts to make the vanilla pudding.

In the second bowl, mix in the cocoa powder to make the chocolate pudding.

In the last bowl of pudding, stir in strawberry jam to make the strawberry pudding.

Let the bowl cool down for about 15 minutes.

Serve the glasses with one layer of chocolate pudding, one layer of strawberry pudding, and one of vanilla pudding. Use cake icing bags to layer the pudding without making a mess of the glass.

Top with sliced bananas and chocolate syrup.

Cover the glasses and take them to the fridge for 3 hours.

Serve and enjoy.

Banana Split Dessert Pudding

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Prep Time: 7 hours 46 minutes
Cook Time: 7 hours 46 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Mix in a saucepan the milk, sugar, cornstarch, and eggs.
  • Stir until the first bubble forms.
  • Reduce to low heat and add the butter, stir for 1 more minute.
  • Remove from the heat and divide the batter into 3 bowls.
  • In bowl 1, stir in the vanilla.
  • In bowl 2, stir in the cocoa powder.
  • In bowl 3, stir in strawberry jam.
  • Let the bowl cool down for 15 minutes.
  • Serve the glasses with one layer of chocolate pudding, one layer of strawberry pudding, and one of vanilla pudding.
  • Top with sliced bananas and chocolate syrup.
  • Cover the glasses and take them to the fridge for 3 hours.
  • Serve and enjoy.

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