This sweet, gooey slow cooker banana pudding is an amazing dessert that you get cooking hours ahead of when you need it.
This is far from the traditional banana pudding that you might know and love. This one is a pudding mix that is self-saucing so that means by the end of cooking you’re left with an incredible “butterscotch” sauce. This saves you having to do any extra work when it comes to extra sauces with the pudding.
If you have an excess number of bananas that need using then this recipe is perfect. I only recommend two in the recipe but you can go up to 4 if you want it extra strong in banana flavours.
You can also make banana bread in the slow cooker if you want to. Like this recipe, it’s a great way to make use of any overripe bananas you might have.
The leftovers of this pudding so good for breakfast the next day. The sauce helps ensure that the pudding remains nice and moist so it won’t go dry when you reheat it. Simply keep in the fridge of freezer until you need it.
There is a ton of extras that you can have with this tasty slow cooker dessert. The sauce is usually more than enough but if you’re looking to go one step further then some vanilla ice cream, custard or cream work incredibly well with this dish.
If you like seeing how a recipe is done visually then be sure to check out the video below. It goes through all the steps to making this amazing pudding and won’t take up too much time.
Slow Cooker Banana Pudding
½ cup sugar
2 bananas, mashed
2 cups self-rising flour
1 tsp. bicarb soda
1 tsp. vanilla Extract
½ cup milk
3/4 cup brown sugar
¼ cup golden syrup or honey
3 cups Boiling water
One by one, beat in the eggs.
Next, mix in the mashed bananas.
Add all the dried ingredients and slowly mix in with the milk.
Lightly grease a slow cooker and pour in the banana pudding mix.
On top of the banana pudding mix scatter the cornstarch, brown sugar and the golden syrup.
Gently pour the boiling water over the top.
Cook on low for 3-4 hours or on high for 2 hours.
Serve & Enjoy
The cornstarch can be left out without impacting this dish too much. The only reason it is included is to help thicken the sauce.
As I mentioned above, you can add more bananas to this recipe if you would like.
As with most desserts you probably don’t like seeing the nutritional information but for anyone who wants to know, you can find it right below. Please keep in mind this information is estimated so it may vary slightly if you calculate it yourself.
Also remember this information doesn’t take into account any extras such as ice cream. This will need to be added on top of the values mentioned below.
If you end up liking this pudding or just want more then be sure to check out the rich chocolate pudding that you can whip up in the slow cooker. It’s incredibly tasty and great for when you need to feed a crowd.
I really hope that you enjoy this slow cooker banana pudding and that you don’t run into any issues whilst making it. If you have some feedback, or something else that you would like to say then be sure to leave a comment below.