4 in 1 quick chia seed fruit pudding
A super variation of fruit pudding (based on the chocolate I've already posted). In my opinion, this one is even better, but it is possible that it is because it is new :) And that I ate some lighter fruit dessert today. For those who follow it, this delicacy is both raw, and lean and vegan. And no sugar. 4 in 1! :) For those who don't know, whose seeds are very healthy, gluten-free, antioxidant, an excellent source of calcium and omega 3 fatty acids. And in this case a very tasty treat in a quick and creamy pudding. Ultra easy to make, no cooking, just mix all the ingredients and leave for 2-3 hours in the fridge
- If you don't have coconut milk on hand, take 3/4 cup of almond milk, or some other milk of your choice (for pudding) - and skip steps 2 and 3.
- a can of coconut milk that was in the fridge overnight, turn it upside down (as in the picture - to stand on your head :)) and open it that way.
- Pour the water into a cup and leave it (we will use it for pudding), and at the bottom you will have a thick mixture of coconut milk that looks almost like margarine (we will make whipped cream from it).
- mix all the ingredients in a bowl (coconut water, chia seeds, fruit, vanilla), and leave to stand for 2-3 hours in the refrigerator. When cool, transfer to smaller bowls (you can put a little fruit puree on the bottom to make it look nice in transparent bowls) and garnish with coconut milk whipped cream (or plain whipped cream if you don’t avoid milk like me)
- N.B. I used apple puree, but you can have whatever fruit you want (a handful of raspberries or blueberries, plums, bananas, whatever’s on hand). Or even a little jam if you don't have fresh fruit. If it is a slightly harder fruit that will not mix easily with a fork, put it in a blender to strain it a bit. And add a little honey or maple sugar if the fruit is very sour.
- Whipped coconut milk Whip the solid coconut mixture (coconut cream) obtained from step 3 with a mixer with a little vanilla, powdered sugar or maple syrup or honey.