Slice the banana into bite sized pieces and heat in the microwave from about 3 minutes at 500 W.
They should end up looking like this.
The silken tofu you can use as is (no need to press the excess moisture out).
Place all the ingredients in your food processor.
Turn on the switch, and pulse until all the ingredients are blended together into a smooth mixture.
Pour the mixture into cups or containers.
Let chill in the refrigerator for an hour.
Here's one version with sesame seeds and kinako (soy bean flour).
Story Behind this Recipe
I saw on a site for cooking tips that bananas contain a substance called "pectin" that binds well with proteins in milk, especially when heated, thereby thickening the surrounding mixture in the process. I thought I could use that idea in a nice dessert, so I tried a treat with tofu. Tofu desserts are one my favorite things to make right now.
Don't worry about squeezing the water out of the tofu. You can just throw it into the blender with all the rest of the ingredients. Feel free to adjust the amount of sugar to taste.