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Healthy Raw Chocolate Banana Pudding with Chia Seeds

by Finy (follow)
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No cook chocolate pudding

Raw foods are the latest health craze and many of them use obscure ingredients. However this recipe uses ones you will probably already have in your pantry.

Health properties of Chia seeds are Omega 3 fatty acids, fibre, anti oxidants and minerals to name but a few.

They can be used instead of gelatin, and in this recipe they will help set the pudding without any cooking and give an unusual, delicate chocolate taste.

Healthy and quick and easy

Bananas and cacoa are also very healthy foods, with both included in this recipe.

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 0 minutes
Makes: 4-5 servings

380g coconut milk or raw coconut cream
2 medium ripe bananas.
cup chia seeds
6 tbsp maple syrup
3 tbsp raw cacao powder
Dash sea salt

Put the coconut milk and bananas in a blender.

Coconut milk and bananas

Add the chia seeds and salt.

Chia seeds can be ground first

Add the cacao and maple syrup.

Ingredients ready to blend

Blend this until creamy.

Blend ingredients about 1 minute

Pour into the serving bowls and put in the fridge to chill.

After about 30 minutes, they will be set and ready to serve.

Top with cream and extra bananas to make it look even nicer!

I made four of these however they are quite large and could easily make 5 servings.

With a dollop of cream

#No bake
#Make ahead
#Chia seeds
#Dairy Free
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gmthe -you coul,d also use agave syrup which is made from a plant and organic -if u r not familiar with this, check on Review Clue hub where I have an article on it possibly to be published today or tomorrow. I use this more than the maple.

and YES, it is yummy!
by Finy
Yum. I notice that maple syrup is being used more and more frequently as an alternative sweetener!
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