This Fruit&Nut Layered Oatmeal Pudding is a a delicious and satisfying dessert that’s healthy and guilt free! Its made with healthy ingredients and mildly sweetened. It’s versatile enough to be enjoyed for breakfast or present as a dessert in your next gathering.
This pudding is quite regular in mu house. Its a great way to satisfy the sweet cravings. Its kid friendly and very easy to make.
Ingredients for Fruit&Nut Layered Oatmeal Pudding
Unsweetened cocoa powder
Dairy Free Chocolate Chips
How to make this Fruit&Nut Layered Oatmeal Pudding
- Firstly, coat banana slices with maple syrup and keep it aside.
- Secondly cook milk and oats along with cocoa powder, vanilla and salt. Let it cool.
- Thereafter, we start with the layering. We place banana at the bottom followed by walnuts. Afterwards, we top it with cooked oatmeal and garnish with some more walnuts.
- Lastly, we add the top most layer of chocolate chips.
- Then, refrigerate it for at least 5 hours before serving.
Frequently asked questions?
How long do they last?
This recipe tastes best when served chilled. Refrigerate the leftovers for 3-4 days.
Is this dessert healthy?
I have used minimum pure maple syrup and tried to sweetened it with mostly bananas. I did not use any oil in this recipe and also is refined sugar free. I have tried making it healthy with the use of oats and raw nuts along with dairy free milk. Therefore, comparatively its low in calories and a healthier way to enjoy dessert.
Is this a make ahead dessert?
Absolutely, you may make it and refrigerate overnight and serve when ready.
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Fruit&Nut Layered Oatmeal Pudding
- 2 large ripe banana
- 3 1/2 tbsp maple syrup
- 2 cups unsweetened almond milk
- 3/4 cup quick rolled oats
- 1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
- Dash of salt
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 cup chopped walnuts
- 1/3 cup dairy free chocolate chips
- Slice the bananas in the round shape. Drizzle about 1 ½ tbsp. maple syrup over the bananas and mix gently just so the honey is well coated to all the pieces. (Make sure the banana pieces do not break). Keep it aside.
- Heat the milk in a saucepan in a medium flame and add the oats just before the milk starts to boil. Add the cocoa powder and keep stirring until there are no lumps. Add the vanilla extract, salt and the left over maple syrup and keep stirring till the milk thickens and the oats are soft. Remove from the stove and let it cool for few minutes.
- In the meantime in a glass bowl put the first layer of half of the bananas at the bottom. Then sprinkle ¼ of the walnuts on the banana just enough so that all the banana pieces are roughly covered with the walnuts. Pour half of the oats mixture over it and spread it all over the layer gently with a spoon so that the bananas and the walnut are well covered. Repeat the same layering procedure. Then top it with the remaining walnuts and lastly sprinkle chocolate chips over the pudding.
- Cover it with a lid lightly and refrigerate it for at least 5 hours before serving.
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