I’ve come around to this Whole 30 Banana Pudding recipe after a very enlightening journey. I started my very first Whole 30 about 32 days ago. I’ve always had digestive issues, and I was addicted to fast food, mostly eating processed foods. I felt like crap and couldn’t lose weight. I wanted desperately to do something to change my life.
After a few weeks on the program, I still felt horrible. I had stayed on the Whole 30 religiously. I never slipped and even changed my supplements to ones without the ingredients that might bother people. So, I looked even deeper. I browsed through the forum and even asked questions about why I wasn’t feeling great yet. Then someone suggested looking into the low FODMAP elimination diet.
Long story made short, I have been following the low FODMAP diet for a week or two and have been feeling better. I’ll share the long version in a seperate post for those interested or searching for help themselves.
Let me tell you though, it’s hard enough restricting yourself to the Whole 30 diet, and on top of that, more food is restricted using with the FODMAP diet. It’s hard to find a variety of meals that work for both. I have started a Whole 30 & Low FODMAP board on Pinterest to keep track of meals that I find that can easily be made into low FODMAP.
Here is a super simple Banana pudding recipe that is both Whole 30 approved and great for low FODMAP – as long as you use non rip bananas. Information about some foods is conflicting. I’ve read that bananas are fine, others say only if they aren’t ripe. You’ll just have to try it for yourself and see how you react to it.
But do try it. It’s delicious!
Whole 30 Banana Pudding Recipe
- Serving size: 1
- Calories: 148
- Fat: 3.4
- Saturated fat: 3
- Trans fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 30.8
- Sugar: 19
- Sodium: 3.8
- Fiber: 3
- Protein: 1
- Cholesterol: 0
- 1 banana (non-ripe if low FODMAP)
- ¼ cup coconut milk (from a can, not a carton)
- Mash one whole banana with a fork
- Add mashed banana to coconut milk
- Mash and stir until well blended