Banana Tapioca Pudding

"This pudding combines several great things besides bananas and tapioca...low fat, low calorie and easy in preparation! The taste is not compromised."
photo by a user photo by a user
Ready In:




  • In a saucepan, combine milk, tapioca, sugar and egg: let stand for 5 minutes with no heat.
  • Cover and stir over medium heat until mixture comes to a full boil; remove from heat.
  • Stir in vanilla and bananas.
  • Cool for 20 minutes.
  • Serve warm or cold.

Questions & Replies

Got a question? Share it with the community!


  1. This was easy and VERY YUMMY!! Easily 5 stars!
  2. This was great! My husband and I enjoyed it very much, thank you!
  3. This is a fantastic recipe,i didn't have quick tapioca so i did have to boil it longer.....I layered the tapioca and bananas in glasses which looked fantastic and tasted even better
  4. Dh is the tapioca aficionado in the family and this tapioca gets a strong 5 stars. As the cook I'd give it 5 stars for it's ease to make and short ingredients list. Good job, DuChick.


I am... ~a mother of 2 kids (19 and 22) who are extremely picky eaters. The mere mention of "healthy" sends them running in the opposite direction. They prefer the creamy, cheesy, fried stuff that they weren't brought up on! ~a wife of a wonderful man who fights an expanding waistline and will lovingly eat most anything I set before him. Everything is 5 stars to him. :) He's the easiest customer a cook could ask for! ~a teacher who tends to reach for comfort foods to relieve stress. I am a middle school reading specialist. The miracles I see on a daily basis keeps me going! But it's also stressful, so keep me away from the cookie jar! I really have to fight off the sugary, fat-laden stuff that has no worth beyond the momentary comfort in my mouth. ~and I'm also a daughter who was brought up on home cooked meals back when calories meant nothing and taste was everything! That is an idea built into my system that's hard to shake! My mother raised 8 kids (I'm #7) on her home-cooking and I always teased her that she didn't raise a single skinny kid! I luckily inherited her great love of cooking and baking. (I miss you Mom!) ~finally, I'm "mom" to the best Bichon in the world. He is Quincy, our kid in a dogsuit. He's 13 years old, but still a puppy to us. <img src=> Below are photos I've taken of some of my favorite recipes found on Recipezaar: <embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" src="" height="300" width="400"><a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" style="float:left;border-width: 0;" ></a><a href="¤t=5b275464.pbw" target="_blank"><img src="" style="float:left;border-width: 0;" ></a> <style>body{background:url("");background-repeat:repeat;}</style>
View Full Profile

Find More Recipes