Creamy Chia Pudding with Prunes and Mint
This chia pudding with prunes is delicious and very healthy at the same time, it provides that omega 3 so necessary for the body, in addition to helping to avoid constipation.
The mucilage released by chia seeds, along with the fibre of prunes, create a gel in the intestine that helps regulate intestinal activity. It’s a fresh pudding that helps you to feel full and satisfied, it provides energy with slow absorption of glucose. Much more than breakfast!
Servings: 4 Difficulty: Easy Time: 15 Min.
(overnight for soaking the prunes and the chia seeds)
- 250 ML OAT MILK
- 3OO GR SILKEN TOFU
- 3 TBSP OF RICE SYRUP
- 5 PRUNES
- 1 PINCH OF SALT
- 5 TBSP CHIA SEEDS
- 1 TSP VANILLA EXTRACT
- 1 BUNCH FRESH MINT
- 1 DROP MINT ESSENTIAL OIL (OPTIONAL)
- Soak the chia seeds and prunes overnight with half the amount of oat milk (125 ml).
- Steam the silken tofu: put a pot with water and wait for it to boil. Place the silken tofu onto a steamer and wait for it to cook for 10 minutes. Let it cool down and set aside.
- Blend all the ingredients together until you get a creamy and fresh consistency.
KITCHEN TIPS: The tofu gives to the pudding a thicker consistency, but if you want to make it runnier, just use only oat milk. If you don´t like prunes, it’s also delicious with dates. Also, you can add cinnamon, cardamom, tangerine zest …