Vegan protein banana crunch
This is a simplified dessert akin to a Banoffi pie. If you love Banoffi you will love this. Gluten free, dairy free, high protein, vegan, paleo pudding. Great for any summer party, picnic or BBQ.
- Cashew nuts - 1 handful
- Dried Banana chips - 1 handful
- Coconut oil Genetic Supplements - 2 dessert spoons (measure before melting)
- Reduced Fat Tinned Coconut Milk - 1
- Hale Naturals Original PB powder - 2 teaspoons
- Genetic Supplements vegan vanilla protein - 1 serve
- sweet freedom chocshot - 2 teaspoons per dessert
- Dried Banana chips - 4 for decoration
- So here is how to create this deliciously easy dessert –
To make your base layer you will need to put a handful of banana chips and a handful of cashew nuts into a food processor or blender. I used my NutriNinja. Be careful as you don’t want it to be too powdered. You are trying to create a chunky crunchy base akin to a crushed biscuit.
- To your rough mix add 2 dessert spoons of melted coconut oil. (I measured the coconut oil before melting it.)
- Mix it thoroughly together and then press equal amounts into the bottom of each of your 4 serving vessels.
- Place them into your freezer to set whilst you make the middle layer.
- For your “mousse” layer empty your tin of reduced fat coconut milk, 2 teaspoons of hale PB original, and a full serve of Genetic Supplements caramel vegan protein. Mix thoroughly until it starts to thicken. The PB is a natural thickener so it will help the mix to set.
- Spoon the mix onto of your bases in equal amounts and place them back into the freezer.
- Take them out after 30mins as you don’t want the puddings to freeze, just to set.
The final touch topping is Sweet Freedom sauce. Spoon the dip onto the top of each dessert, then place a banana chip as your little garnish.
- Pop in the fridge until your ready to eat them. They will keep for a good length of time, and will last fairly well for a couple of hours out of the fridge for example if you want to take them on a picnic. Well that is if you resist the temptation to eat them.