Banana Custard Pudding (Dairy Free)

In one word: YUM! This pudding is delicious. Trust me on this one. Although this pudding is chilled after cooking, I couldn’t wait and ate it warm off the stove. The warmth of the pudding was perfect for a cold November day.

Add to Vitamix or Blender:
2 cans coconut milk (not lite)
3/4 cup coconut sugar
2 ripe bananas
3 egg yolks
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
2 tablespoons arrowroot powder
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
1/4 teaspoon liquid vanilla stevia

Blend on high for several minutes. Pour into a large pot and cook on medium heat until it begins to boil. Stir the mixture continuously while it is heating. Once it begins to boil, remove from stove and let it cool. Pour into a large bowl and refrigerate for 1-2 hours.

Scoop pudding into small bowls and top with banana slices.


I shared my recipe on  Whole Food WednesdayAllergy-Free WednesdaysHearth and Soul HopHomemaker MondayFrugal Days, Sustainable WaysMrs. Fox’s Sweet PartyHealthy 2 Day WednesdaysTea Time TuesdayTasty Tuesday PartySweet Tooth FridayTastetastic ThursdayStrut Your Stuff ThursdayThis Chick CooksCrazy Sweet TuesdaySweet Shot TuesdaySimply Sugar and Gluten Free and Mandy’s Recipe Box.

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Comments

  1. Oh my, looks awesome!!!

    Hope you have a blessed New Year!

  2. I hope you get a chance to try it Susan. Have a wonderful New Year as well!

  3. This sounds great! Thanks for sharing at Mrs Foxs Sweet Party 🙂

  4. My pleasure. Have a wonderful week!

  5. Wow… that looks so good! Mind if I ask what purpose the guar gum serves in the recipe?
    Thanks for sharing with the hearth and soul blog hop!

  6. Sure, ask away! The guar gum helps make it more of a custard texture. You can also substitute in agar powder or omit the guar gum altogether if you would like–it still turns out great!

  7. What a lovely recipe for folks who can't eat dairy! I had no idea you could make custard dairy free – well done! Thank you for sharing this post with the Hearth and Soul hop.

  8. I was just thinking of ways I could make a dairy free pudding for my oldest son. Your custard looks delicious! I am so glad you shared this with the HnS Hop.

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