Easy Egg and Dairy Free Strawberry Pudding
2 cups organic berries
1 15 oz coconut milk (in a can, use full fat!!!!)
4 Tbsp chia or ground flax
2 Tbsp of honey or stevia to taste
1 tsp vanilla extract (gluten free)
Put all ingredients in the blender for a few pulses until smooth
Pour into cups and let it chill for one hour
Serve as a dessert, breakfast or snack.
GFG Nutrition Tips:
- Use flax in moderation because it can have some estrogenic effects on the body.
- Always refrigerate your flax, ground or in the seed form because it goes bad very fast.
- Try to avoid heating flax to avoid oxidation and free radical damage.
- The omega 3’s in flax is not absorbed easily so it is much better to get it from animal sources like grass fed beef and wild salmon.
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Kathy Austin says
I’ll be trying this pudding…maybe tonight! The pumpkin pudding made with gelatin (I forgot the vanilla–would have made it better) was outstanding! And I also will be trying the blueberry gelatin…could you use any fruit in that? Strawberries? Blackberries?
Caitlin Weeks says
yes any fruit will work