Banana tofu pudding from Cooking with Kait’s blog

That’s stolen -no borrowed, she can still eat hers- from the blog Cooking with Kait .
Dragon fruit replaced the berries… and the agave syrup, I think there was some already inside my bananas.

Those colorful dragon fruits come from Vietnam. Finding berries is not so easy in Asia. The stawberry season is ending. The others are really exotic. So we get them in small amounts, and without much flavor.

For 1 banana-serving :
Cal 323 F9.4g C48.3g P14.4g

Second half of June 2010 : Illustrated Menu

First half of June 2010 : Illustrated Menu

10 thoughts on “Banana tofu pudding from Cooking with Kait’s blog

  1. dragon fruits are very beautiful. I know you don’t eat the skin.do you?!
    The red dragon fruits look amazing too, i tasted some when i was in Malaysia.

    • The skin doesn’t seem edible but I let it as a decoration, the colors are so nice. Yes, the red ones are beautiful too.

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