Banana Pudding

Over ripe bananas, food waste, frugal, easy, comfort food, simple, thrifty, dessert

Do you ever let more than just the odd banana get over-ripe? If so then this is definitely the recipe for you! Saving your bananas from the compost heap and feeding your family a delicious, comforting pudding ticks all the boxes for me. In fact this pudding is so good it’s worth buying extra just to make it. After the excesses of Christmas what could be better than this simple and thrifty pudding and as the weather is getting colder it should warm you up too.

To see how easy Banana Pudding is to make head over to Great British Chefs!

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  1. Paul Wilson

    Great use for leftover bananas.

    1. Camilla

      It truly is:-)

  2. Janet Mozelewski

    This is brilliant! I always end up with over ripe bananas and was searching for something to do with them that would be fuss free and also warming. I know this will become a favourite in our house,

  3. Sarah (@tamingtwins)

    I adore anything with bananas in and this looks so warming Camilla. We always seem to have either run out of bananas or have loads hanging around! I am incapable of buying the right amount. I often freeze the black ones for baking another day. Will definitely try this pudding.

    1. Camilla

      I so know that feeling Sarah – feel banana pudding on the cards;-)

  4. Maddy

    This sounds really nice- we either have feast or famine with bananas in our house!

  5. William Gould

    My wife thinks a banana is over-ripe when there is no green bits to see! Never mind brown bits!

    1. Camilla

      Ooh, they taste green when they have green on them:-(

  6. Anne Dalzell

    I love making banana bread, the smell that wafts through the kitchen is incredible. Yours looks so sticky and sweet and delicious. x

    1. Camilla

      Thank you, yes this isn’t anything like banana bread, it’s much denser and pudding like, maybe like bread pudding!

      1. Anne Dalzell

        Had to retweet this one again tonight as i made it on thursday night and it’s a winner,

        1. Camilla

          Thanks Anne, so glad you enjoyed it:-)

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