Light Banana Pudding (eggless)

Few days ago I wanted to use some bananas I had at home, so I came up with this recipe. 

The dessert was very light in texture and lasted for over one week, in the fridge. 
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Light Banana Pudding (eggless)
Makes 4
 
Ingredients
3 small ripe bananas
200gr light cottage cheese                       
1 cup milk (1.5% fat)
1 tsp vanilla essence
10gr gelatin powder (1 sachet)
1/3 cup cold water
1/3 cup hot water
1/6 cup honey
Ground cinnamon for decoration

Preparation Method
 1) Sprinkle gelatin over the cold water and allow to stand for 5 minutes.  Then add the hot water and allow gelatin to fully dissolve.
2) Blend bananas, cottage cheese, milk, vanilla essence and honey.
3) Add dissolved gelatin and blend mixture for 2 more minutes.
4) Pour mixture in 4 small Bundt silicone molds; refrigerate over night.
5) Serve plain or with ground cinnamon.

Comments

  1. I love this idea... thanks for sharing. Moo x

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  2. Great idea for such a lovely light pudding.

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  3. Yum-this means that one dessert will give me 3/4 of a banana, which is undoubtedly a good thing! You did whip up something amazing here and I do not think I have to worry about this being in the fridge for 4 days or not even a full day-yum!

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  4. Very creative, and I like the little bundt shapes. Happy April!

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  5. What a lovely, healthy dessert! Beautiful~

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  6. My grandma doesn't east non veg items, not even onion, its very difficult to make something completely vegetarian according to her rules. Your recipe made my day. Finally I can give her something yum to taste.

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  7. Mmmm...interesting recipe. We always have bananas around. I'll give this one a try.
    I'm surprised it lasted so long. Usually baked goods which are moist don't make it a week which gives it another plus in my book.

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    1. Hi Joanne, this recipe is not cooked and it does not contain any eggs. That's why it lasts so many days...

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  8. these are so cute! such a creative use of bananas!

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  9. That looks absolutely delicious--and I can't believe it held in the fridge for so long!

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  10. I love this dessert, Eftychia. :)

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  11. this sounds sinfully delicious E! Thanks for sharing this fabulous recipe with us.

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  12. This recipe looks light and sweet - and a great way to use up those extra bananas! I have to say that I eat more bananas now than I did as a child because a family member of mine had an extreme aversion to them. It may have been something that happened to her in the past; I don't know but it still remains to this day. I just know that folks with aversions/phobias are hard to change. I myself am afraid of really deep water, but I am beginning to condition myself by spending more time (albeit slowly) in water - I even went on a Carribean cruise and was not afraid! ~Michelle M.

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