I found this a long time ago from a website on the internet, I’m sorry that I don’t have the source but I’m just going to tell you that it’s not my recipe. The picture is not mine either, but I’ve been making these for weeks and they are great! Enjoy!
Submitted by rawclaire on March 13, 2008 - 10:59am
Makes 1 cup of pudding
A friend made this for me once, except she replaced the coconut with dates. DELICIOUS AND EASY TO MAKE!!!!! This is so filling, and chia seeds are a complete source of protein. It’s a perfect, delicious source of protein for kids, with 15 grams of protein per serving (go to oneluckyduck.com, select EAT, then ingredients, and Chia seeds. it lists the nutrition content)
Chia seeds are great for anyone with constipation, as they ease digestion. Good for diabetics as well.
You could also try a vanilla pudding, but the chocolate powder seems to be a major ingredient in this recipe. Oneluckyduck.com suggests mixing chia seeds with cashew butter, but why would you want to mix some exensive, high quality product as chia seeds with cashew butter? It’s gross to me. :/
This is soooo good when I am craving ice cream. I know, it’s very simple, but I am working on getting more adventurous with uncooking. I love to be in the kitchen and prepare food, but right now I am a little short on equipment and ingredients. I can’t wait to get going in this raw food adventure and get creative here. Anyway, about the recipe. It makes a perfect individual serving and it’s so simple and delicious!!!!
If you are looking for rich creamy ice cream that’s chocolaty this is it. I really enjoyed rich ice cream before going raw and this does not disappoint. Add more chocolate if you are a chocoholic as this recipe more subtle. Taste before you freeze. Soft and creamy not icy at all.