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Get The Glow - Avocado Turmeric and Mango Raw Pudding. Inspired by our love (obsession!?)

Get The Glow - Avocado Turmeric and Mango Raw Pudding

Of mango, avocado and turmeric, we have created this true beauty and anti-inflammation SuperFood pudding to (seriously) amp up your energy, put the spring in your step, and make your day aHHHmazing. More to the point, it’s divinely yum, and transports us (in spirit anyway) to a far away land. It wears many hats, and is equally perfect for breakfast, snack, meal or dessert... (Serves 4) In a high speed blender: 3 avocados3 cups frozen mango1 banana (preferably frozen but as long as the mango is frozen, it will be fine.)Juice of half a lemon, plus a good few pieces of lemon zest/lemon rind. Blend until smooth, using tamper, and drizzling a bit of water if needed to facilitate blending. Tip: If you want it to chill into a more “mousse-like” consistency, you can blend in a few tablespoons of coconut oil! Blueberry Cardamom Chia Seed Pudding recipe on Coconut Honey Rice Pudding. This dairy-free Coconut Honey Rice Pudding from Fuji Mama rocked my world.

Coconut Honey Rice Pudding

It had the traditional creaminess of rice pudding but with the extra richness that only coconut milk can offer. My kitchen also smelled amazing for many hours, which was an added bonus. To make it, you will need: soy milk (or almond milk or any other kind), coconut milk, vanilla extract, sugar, long grain rice, honey, sea salt. In a saucepan, pour in your milk. Then add the coconut milk… A bit of sugar and a pinch of salt … A dash of vanilla … And then at last, the rice. Healthy Apple Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding. We’re big fans of pudding for breakfast here at Hello Natural.

Healthy Apple Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding

These sweet, slightly spicy apple-cinnamon version of chia seed pudding is no exception. It’s the perfect vegan breakfast for cold mornings, or eat it as a healthy dessert. Use your favorite non-dairy milk—coconut, cashew, almond, soy, whatever you like—and feel free to switch up the fruit and spice. For example, try fresh peaches and cardamom, or plums and nutmeg. Move over, oatmeal—we bet this will be your new go-to healthy breakfast!

Photos by Ana Stanciu Healthy Apple-Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding Author: Hello Natural Recipe type: Breakfast Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Serves: 1-2 A healthy breakfast pudding perfect for cold winter mornings. Ingredients 2 cups unsweetened non-dairy milk½ teaspoon vanilla extract⅔ cup chia seeds2 tablespoons unsweetened coconut flakes2 apple, cored and chopped2 teaspoons cinnamon Instructions. Citrus & Fresh Fig Chia Seed Pudding recipe on Sweet Potato Chocolate Pudding. By Lauren Zembron, on February 21st, 2012 This is the lighter, airier, less decadent version of my Chocolate Ganache Pudding.

Sweet Potato Chocolate Pudding

Still chocolaty, still vegan, still delicious… but made with sweet potato puree instead of avocado and coconut butter. I took advantage of the inherent sweetness of the potatoes, adding in just a bit of maple syrup. Vanilla extract and espresso powder enhance the chocolate flavor of the cocoa, and vanilla almond milk brings it all together. The consistency is quite different from the ganache pudding; whereas the latter is dense, this pudding is light and silky.

And a bit more figure-friendly as well. With our trip to Barbados rapidly approaching – and visions of lounging on the beach in a swimsuit haunting me – I’ve been cutting back on indulgent desserts. This chocolate pudding definitely qualifies as a lighter treat! By Lauren Zembron Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 0 minutes. Vegan Chocolate Fruit Dip. While slices of crunchy apple and fresh strawberries are sweet enough on their own, isn't everything better with chocolate?

Vegan Chocolate Fruit Dip

You can spruce up your basic snack by pairing it with this smooth and mousse-like chocolate dip. Made with almonds, chickpeas, and dates, it offers fiber and protein, but is much lower in sugar than if you noshed on a couple squares of dark chocolate. Your food processor makes whipping this dip up a breeze, so it's perfect for an after-dinner treat or to make for a small dinner party. The creamy texture and robust flavor of this chocolate hummus will appeal to anyone's taste buds, and you'll wonder if you'll ever be able to eat fruit alone again. Ingredients 1/4 cup almonds 5 pitted dates 15-ounce can of chickpeas, rinsed and drained 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 2 teaspoons real maple syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 cup vanilla soy milk Directions Source: Calorie Count Information Category. Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Toasted Coconut Chips - Gluten-free, Vegan + Refined Sugar-free.

It is no secret that I have a serious love for all things coconut!

Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Toasted Coconut Chips - Gluten-free, Vegan + Refined Sugar-free

Coconut milk, coconut oil, whipped coconut cream, vegan ice cream with coconut milk, piña coladas, chocolate coconut cups, and so on and on and on… It is fair to say I go through more coconut milk, coconut oil, shredded coconut and coconut chips than I actually care to admit. When I stumbled upon this recipe on The Kitchn, I realized right away it was right up my alley, but of course, I of course tweaked it a little to add in even more coconut goodness.

Kokos Panna Cotta (inkl. Thermomix Variante) Seit einiger Zeit bin ich wieder der Kokosmilch verfallen.

Kokos Panna Cotta (inkl. Thermomix Variante)

Ich könnte sie wirklich überall rein mixen, unterrühren und hinein kochen. Smoothies und Smoothie Bowls verleiht sie eine wunderbare Cremigkeit. Suppen, Saucen oder Aufläufe bekommen eine neue geschmackliche Komponente. Kokosmilch ist für mich eine absolutes Must Have in der Küche, nicht nur wegen des Geschmacks sondern auch wegen ihrer Vielseitigkeit. Aus dem abgesetzten Kokosfett kannst Du eine passable vegane Sahne aufschlagen und aus der Kokosmilch lässt sich sehr leckerer veganer Kokosjoghurt machen.

Für mich ist sie der perfekte Ersatz wenn ich keine Kuhmilch verwenden möchte. Kokos Panna Cotta (für 8 kleine Gläschen) 450 ml Kokosmilch 50 g Rohrohrzucker (oder ein anderer Zucker) Mark einer Vanilleschote 2 TL Agar Agar Feigensirup (Rezept siehe unten) 2 frische Feigen zum Anrichten Die Vanilleschote aufschneiden und das Mark heraus kratzen. Feigensirup 4 reife Feigen 4 Esslöffel Wasser Die Feigen putzen und in Stücke schneiden.