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Dried Cranberry Banana Chia Pudding

Autumn begins, which means goodbye mangoes. Fruit vendors in India no longer stock those mounds of sweet-smelling heaven. Chia mango pudding is filed for use during the next mango season. Meanwhile I switch loyalties to this lovely dried cranberry Banana Chia Pudding.

You Need:

[per serving]

  • Chia seeds – 2 tablespoons
  • Milk – 1 cup
  • Bananas – 1
  • Dried cranberries – 1 tablespoon
  • Fresh coconut – 10 1-cm cubes
  • Almonds – 5
  • Honey – to taste

How To:

Prep the night before:

To two tablespoons of chia seeds, add a cup of milk. Stir well so that no lumps are formed. Add honey to taste.

Place the chia-milk blend in a lidded container and refrigerate overnight.

Place five almonds in a cup of water. Let the almonds soak overnight.

When it is time to serve:

Cut fresh coconut into 1-cm cubes. Place coconut cubes and soaked almonds in the grinder. (I do not skin the almonds – the skin gives you added nutrients.) Grind to flakes or coarse paste.

Peel the banana and slice it into disks.

Add banana slices, dried cranberries and the coconut-almond mixture to the refrigerated chia seed pudding.

Serve dried Cranberry Banana Chia pudding immediately.

Notes:

  • Texture of chia seed pudding too gooey for your liking? Try this: blend the chia-milk mixture after chilling before mixing other ingredients into the pudding.
  • In case you thought so: chia seeds and basil seeds are not the same! See Chia Seeds vs Sabja Seeds: How They Differ.
  • Looking for more ways to use dried cranberries? Try green beans with roasted nuts and dried cranberries.

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