Creamy Banana Pudding with a Peanut Butter Wafer Crust – Low Carb Keto Dessert Recipe

Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present
my Creamy Banana Pudding with a Peanut
Butter Wafer Crust. Two great flavors
that go together so well, it would make
Elvis smile. Let’s get started.
Begin by adding some almond flour to a
food processor; a sugar substitute equal
to six tablespoons of regular sugar; a
little salt; and some all-natural creamy
peanut butter. Process this for about
thirty seconds to combine. Use a spatula
to scrape down the sides then continue
to process until the mixture comes
together and looks something like soft
butter. Pour the mix onto a work surface
and mold into a circular shape that
resembles a big cookie. Use a large knife
and cut into 8 equal pieces. Place eight
8-ounce ramekins on a baking sheet. Take
each wafer section and flatten. Place in
the bottoms of each ramekin and press
with your fingers to flatten further and
bring to the edges. This mixture will
have enough oil from the peanut butter
so there’ll be no need to grease the
ramekins. Place in the middle of a
preheated 350°F oven for about 12
minutes. Remove and let cool. Add one can
of unsweetened coconut milk to a sauce
pot; some heavy cream; a sugar substitute
equal to one cup of regular sugar; 4 egg
yolks; a little salt; and some xanthan gum.
Mix with a whisk to combine. Using medium
heat, stir and cook until it comes to a
Reduce the heat to medium-low and
continue to cook and stir until it
begins to thicken. This should take about
ten minutes or so. Now turn off the heat
and let cool just a bit. Add some banana
extract and continue to stir to combine.
Pour the pudding mix over the top of
each peanut butter wafer. Place a piece
of plastic wrap over the top of each,
being sure it makes contact with the
surface of the pudding. This will help
prevent the infamous “pudding skin” from
forming and keep our end product nice
and creamy. Place the pudding in the
refrigerator for at least six hours to
overnight to set. When it’s ready, remove
the plastic wrap;
add some sugar-free whipped topping and
enjoy! There you have it folks! My creamy
banana pudding the peanut butter wafer
crust. Two great flavors brought
together in one low carb dessert. I hope
you enjoyed this video. If you did, please
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watching and I’ll see you next time!

William Babineau


  1. You didn't give the measurement for the heavy cream, the xantham gum, the salt or banana extract. are you going to post the recipe in the description at least? Normally you do so if you skip the measurements in the video we had the recipe down below we could follow.

  2. G you had me going with the thumbnail bananas. I don't know what the obsession is with the anti skin movement, the skin on the pudding has always been my favorite part and I always try to find ways to make it thicker and more prevalent.looks great I'm going to try it out without the wafers or the clingfilm

  3. My kids will love this pudding. I am going to try it. Thank you for sharing 🍌

  4. Hell yeah! Papa G, the looks so good. My two favourite food groups, bananas and peanut butter. Thank You and have a safe enjoyable long weekend!

  5. Thank godness I have been wanting to have a banana pudding for a while.

  6. I knew I'd bought that banana extract for something other than faux banana bread! Tonight's the night!

  7. Amazing videos ALL the time! I’ve been craving this for months now! What food processor are you using?

  8. Looks great! Question: can we use parchment paper circles or something instead of the plastic wrap, as its been discovered that we should never consume anything that comes in contact with warmed/heated plastic, even the 'food safe' kinds. Thanks!

  9. A #1 for me definitely. Mmmmm yum. Peanut butter and Banana Pudding. Oh!!! Yes. And low carb 👏👏👏👏👏👍👍👍👍👍❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️
    Thank you Thank you Thank you. Love Tamson ♥️🙋 😇

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