This three-ingredient dessert is delicious as is, but you may add a different fruit or crushed nuts. Raspberries are high in fiber, so this one is filling.
This quick pineapple pudding uses chia seeds, protein powder, pineapple, and almond milk to give you a beach-like sensation year-round. Use your favorite vanilla protein powder and canned pineapple if fresh is not available.
Melt dark chocolate with coconut milk or any non-dairy milk, blend raspberries and another cup of milk with chia seeds, layer the two mixes, and top with grated chocolate and fresh berries. Now that is romance.
This easy pudding tastes like coconut cream pie and takes no prep. Mix chia seeds, vanilla, coconut milk, and honey and refrigerate.
Chia seeds and almond milk can be sweetened with maple syrup and refrigerated until pudding-like.
Creamsicle? More like dreamsicle. With five easy ingredients (and optional toppings), this dish can be made quickly, and you probably have all the ingredients on hand.
If you only think of pomegranates during the holidays, try this pudding. The vanilla base is great, but adding fresh pomegranate seeds adds color, antioxidants, and fiber.
With antioxidants, fiber to keep you full for hours, and a flavor like fro-yo, you may skip store-bought yogurt parfaits for good, benefiting your health and budget.
This dish upgrades bananas by sautéing them with maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, and rum. The smell alone will entice you.
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