For this pudding I used half coconut water and half hemp seed milk. You can use any kind of nut milk you'd like, or even coconut milk! That would make sense now wouldn't it? The coconut water is naturally sweet so I didn't even add any syrup or stevia. There's no need!
1/2 cup coconut water
1/2 cup hempseed milk (or other nut milk)
1/4 cup chia seeds
Combine all ingredients in a bowl or container and store in the fridge overnight. Top it off with fruit. I used mango, kiwi, banana and papaya because they go well with coconut.
|A taste of the tropics!|
The chia seeds we used was from a sample sent to us from PRANA. They also sell trail mix, nuts, superfoods and snack mixes. And get this, everything is gluten-free and vegan!
They also have an online boutique that sells hard to find dried goods. A lot of which I've never even heard of like dried barberries, dried jujubes and golden cherries. We also got to try two of their flavoured nut varieties: Tamari Almonds and Maple Nuts. Naturally the maple nuts were our favourite. Just can't help that sweet tooth!
|I didn't even notice that japanese style house in the background!|
The maple nuts were the perfect addition to this creamy avocado-pear pudding.
|This is just avocado, pear and banana blended up. I'm not a baby I swear!|