This Weight Watchers chocolate pudding recipe is easy, clean, and perfect for a sweet treat that’s healthier! You can also freeze this chocolate banana pudding to make healthy ice cream or “nice” cream!
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This recipe is great for anyone with a sweet tooth. You might have tried my Weight Watchers banana pudding, it’s a fan favorite, this recipe also uses bananas! The great thing about using bananas for a dessert recipe is that they are sweet, healthy, and the perfect texture for making pudding, ice cream, and smoothies.
I love using this recipe to sneak more fruits and veggies into my family’s diet. It’s an easy way to hide some natural vitamins and minerals thanks to the bananas. This is a low point dessert on all three myWW plans, check out the information on that below!
If you are looking for another great chocolatey dessert, try out this simple Weight Watchers chocolate chip cookies recipe! Another good one to try is these WW mint chocolate brownie bites.
We’re going to be using a blender to chop everything up today, makes things quick and easy. If you don’t have a high powered blender I’d recommend one, they’re amazing for making quick work of all kinds of jobs in the kitchen.
In this case, you can also use a food processor if that is what you have handy and what you prefer to use!
Here is what else you’ll need to make Weight Watchers chocolate pudding:
You can find the full list of ingredients with measurements below, also check out the recipe card for nutritional info estimates and the Weight Watchers points. Make sure you check out the serving size information so you are tracking this recipe correctly for your particular Weight Watchers plan!!
Most of these ingredients I have on hand regularly, that means I can whip up a batch of this tasty pudding whenever the craving for something sweet strikes!
We’ll be using salt, milk, raw agave, unsweetened cocoa powder, and bananas to make this quick and easy recipe for chocolate pudding.
The ingredients are the same if you want to make this into a “n”ice cream recipe, check out my tips for that below!
How to make chocolate banana pudding:
The first thing we need to do is prepare the banana! Cut the bananas into pieces and chill for about an hour. They need to be good and cold so we can serve the recipe right after it’s finished!
Next we’ll be using the blender or food processor. Using your blender – chop up the bananas roughly. This should only take a few seconds.
Finally, we’ll add the cocoa powder, milk, and agave to the food processor. Blend well until smooth, just be careful not to go too long and turn it into chocolate banana soup 🙂
Serve immediately or you can now place this soft mixture into a loaf pan or freezer safe dish so it can be frozen.
When you are ready to eat some chocolate banana ice cream set it out for a few minutes so it can soften, it will get much harder than regular ice cream so it needs a bit to soften up.
Scoop and enjoy as normal. The serving size, points, and nutritional information remain the same.
Weight Watchers Information:
This recipe is great because it is the same across all three myWW programs. Now that there are three different levels it can be tricky to know which recipes suit your needs, this chocolate pudding for Weight Watchers is just 1 point per 1/2 cup on any of the plans!
- Green Plan: 1 Point Per Serving
- Blue Plan: 1 Point Per Serving
- Purple Plan: 1 Point Per Serving
I calculated this information using the Weight Watchers app. It’s a great resource and you should definitely try it if you haven’t already. If you make changes, substitutions, or use different brands the points may vary. Please make sure to recalculate for yourself if you have questions, concerns, or problems.
Please note, this is not the same as a smoothie that you will drink. Blended fruits and vegetables are a tricky subject with WW. We chatted with them and confirmed that 1/2 cup serving of this recipe is fine to be counted as 1 Point. If you are eating the entire batch you may wish to recalculate and count the bananas differently (as you would for a smoothie).
I myself consider this a treat and it’s not something I’m eating several times a day or multiple portions of a once!
Printable Weight Watchers Chocolate Pudding Recipe:
Weight Watchers Chocolate Pudding
This Weight Watchers chocolate pudding recipe is easy, clean, and perfect for a sweet treat that's healthier! You can also freeze this chocolate banana pudding to make healthy ice cream or "nice" cream!
- 3 bananas
- 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 tablespoon raw agave
- ½ cup milk
- Pinch of salt
- Cut the bananas into pieces and chill for about an hour
- Using your blender – chop up the bananas
- Add cocoa powder, milk and agave and blend well until smooth
- Serve immediately
- If you prefer, you can freeze the mixture and make it an ice cream.
1 Point on Blue, Green, and Purple myWW plans. 1/2 Cup Serving Size.
Serving Size1/2 Cup
Amount Per Serving Calories 62Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 1mgSodium 25mgCarbohydrates 14gFiber 2gSugar 7gProtein 1g
As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts, WW points and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish. The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.