This is a recipe Ben loved making when he was quite young because he could make the healthy banana pots himself. It takes a few minutes and you really can’t go wrong.

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Recipes like this are a great way to teach kids gradually to cook.

Using this recipe to help weight loss

If you follow Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Noom or any other weight loss plan you can usually count this as free or easily within your allowances, of course always check your plan for advice.

A few words from Ben about this healthy banana pots recipe

To make this yummy healthy banana pots pudding last longer I cut my banana into lots of small pieces and use a teaspoon to eat it. Sometimes I make extra for myself because I know the yoghurt is healthy!

I love how this is a really quick recipe, it says in the book it takes five minutes but with practice, it takes even less!

Banana pots
Banana pots

Tips for fussy eaters

Hiding vegetables can be a great tactic but does not really overcome the underlying issues. Using my tips to make vegetables fun for kids you can work on this.

These banana pots are easy to make and try with your kids to encourage them to eat more fruit.

Add a small amount of the new food calmly on their plate with favourite foods and encourage them to just try that little bit.

head of broccoli on light table

For main meals cook the foods differently to see if they like roasted carrots for example but not boiled carrots.

Get them to help you to cook so they feel involved and are more inclined to eat it. These meatballs are a great suggestion.

Try making things like these Banana pots together. They are healthy but fun and you could always sprinkle some flakes of chocolate or hundreds and thousands on top for a treat?

For kids try a chart like these from Kiddycharts to get them to eat more healthily.

banana infographic

Adaptions to Sweet banana pots

If you fancy adding a bit of something different to this recipe you can sprinkle a few hundred’s and thousands on top or add some chocolate sauce.

Banana pots
Banana pots

More healthy recipes you may enjoy

Do you fancy looking at the other dessert ideas I share? Check out my desserts article with lots of yummy dessert recipes.

I have so many tasty recipes I am sure you will love. Check them all out here.

Which meal do you struggle with ideas for on your diet? I have lists of breakfast ideas and lunch ideas if that helps you.

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Smashed avocado

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Have a good look around and see how I can help you achieve your weight loss goals. Request my free resources to get you started too!

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Banana pots

Sweet Banana Pots – Great for kids to make!

  • Author: JustAverageJen
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 Portion 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Easy
  • Diet: Low Calorie


Tasty easy dessert perfect for children to make with very little help.



3 tbsp. fat-free natural yoghurt

1 tsp sweetener, or to taste

1 banana, sliced

Grated or ground nutmeg or a pinch of cinnamon (Ben uses ground nutmeg as he has a cinnamon allergy)


1 Level teaspoon of runny honey (1 Syn)


Mix the yoghurt and sweetener in a ramekin or small bowl, the ice-cream sundae dishes Ben uses are ideal.


Stir in the banana


Dust with a little pinch of nutmeg or cinnamon


Drizzle over the honey if using.



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  1. My daughters loved making these for their dessert, Certainly more interesting than just giving them a banana to munch on! 🙂