Chia & almond pudding with mango & cherry crème

Chia & almond pudding with mango & cherry crème

Total: 2 hr 20 Min. | Active: 20 Min.
vegan, lactose-free, gluten-free
Nutritional value / people: 260 kcal
, Fat: 7 g
, Carbohydrate: 43 g
, Protein: 6 g

Incredibly refreshing and colourful! As breakfast or a fruity snack in-between meals - with its vibrant colours and flavours, this laid-back pudding is summer in a bowl and packed with the feel-good factor! Hurry up and give it a try!

Ingredients

2 people

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Betty Bossi Koch-Center
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Chia & almond pudding

3tbsp chia seeds
4dl almond drink
1tbsp maple syrup or runny honey

Mango & cherry crème

1 mango, very ripe (approx. 300 g of flesh)
150g cherries, pitted
½tsp lime juice
some ice cubes

Serving & topping

50g raspberries fresh, or frozen, slightly defrosted
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How it's done

Chia & almond pudding

Combine the chia seeds, almond milk and maple syrup in a bowl, mix well. Refrigerate for at least 2 hrs. (or ideally overnight). The chia seeds will swell to around 9 times their original size.

Mango & cherry crème

In a blender/food processor, mix the mango flesh with the cherries, lime juice and ice cubes until smooth (for a little more sweetness, add 2-3 tsp of maple syrup or honey). Divide the crème into 2 bowls.

Serving & topping

Stir the chia pudding again thoroughly, spoon onto the mango crème, break up the slightly defrosted raspberries straight over the bowls and scatter over the pudding. Different berries and/or cherries could be used as a topping.

Good to know
Tip: For the mango, it's worth buying a Primagusto mango. It should be very soft, with a nice, sweet smell.
Tip: Instead of fresh cherries, frozen and slightly defrosted cherries can be used. As these are often less sweet than fresh cherries, you may need to add a little more sweetness to taste.

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