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Apple Pudding

Apple Pudding

Autumn arrived. Although I love fall, the warmer clothes, drinking more tea, candle lights in the evening and everything else that might equal fall it also means it’s more of a challenge to eat raw. Think about it, all food is terribly overcooked in colder seasons. Where do I get my enzymes? Another obstacle might be the shorter days and the fact that it basically rains almost every day (when you live in a climate such as I do, the Netherlands). For some of us it might be getting more difficult to get up (earlier) to prepare even a simple smoothie. Others might just want to transfer into a more ‘fall kind of breakfast’. We lived on (tropical) fruits the entire summer, right? On a brighter note, apple season has arrived! Time for my Chia Seed Pudding.

What could be better than a raw apple pie porridge in a jar, ready to go and prepared the night before? Of course it can also be served as a dessert. However, waking up with a little jar like this is really pure bliss.

Why are apples so healthy?

Apples maintain a healthy heart and colon, and boost the immune system.

Eating raw is really not complicated or boring at all. And even if you don’t eat raw, no one will be able to refuse this Apple Pudding. Not to forget that chai seeds are an incredible superfood. They provide you with omega 3, protein, fiber and above all calcium. Milk, eat your heart out!

Enjoy!

Apple Pudding Apple Pudding

Apple Pudding
 
No one will be able to refuse this Apple Pudding. Not to forget that chai seeds are an incredible superfood. They provide you with omega 3, protein, fiber and above all the best calcium provider in the world. Milk, eat your heart out!
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Recipe type: breakfast, snack
Cuisine: vegan, sugarfree, dairyfree
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • three tablespoons of chia seeds (1,5 for each cup);
  • two dates (more if you desire);
  • two large apples or three small ones (peeled);
  • a dash of cinnamon
  • a little bit of water
Instructions
  1. The night before: Peel the apples and place them with a little bit of water and the dates in a blender. Blend until smooth and add a dash of cinnamon. Place the mixture in a nice jar and stir in the chiaseeds. Make sure all chia seeds are evenly mixed throughout the little jar. Place the jar (without a lid) in the fridge and soak at least for two hours. The longer you will soak the mixture the more jelly the chia seeds will become. I always soak seeds the entire night. Soaking nuts and seeds make them more easy to digest for the body, but in this case I just wanted to create a jelly pudding texture. After soaking, stir the mixture and add if you desire a bit more cinnamon. That's it! Simple, quick, raw and cheap.

 

 

 

 

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6 Comments

  • Reply
    Lynn
    September 29, 2013 at 2:27 pm

    oh dit lijkt mij heerlijk! deze ga ik vanavond zeker proberen 🙂 Lekker om eens af te wisselen met het ontbijt, dus nieuwe recepten zijn zeer welkom! Een erg mooie site trouwens 🙂

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      Bianca
      October 2, 2013 at 12:02 pm

      Zeker lekker! Laat me weten hoe het was 🙂 Dank je wel! xoxo

  • Reply
    Louise
    October 19, 2013 at 3:53 pm

    Ik dacht dat ik bovenstaand recept op Facebook had gevonden, maar ik kan hem nu nergens meer vinden. Gelukkig had ik de tekst geprint. Vorige keer lukte het niet erg omdat mijn apparaat het niet deed. Ofwel de stekker van het verlengsnoer zal niet goed in het stopcontact.
    Ik heb het recept nu weer gemaakt. In plaats van dadels heb ik een banaan toegevoegd en drie appels gebruikt. Pink Lady. En dan natuurlijk kaneel en water erbij. Daarna heb ik het geheel in een grote glazen pot van de kokosolie gedaan, de chia zaden toegevoegd. en in de koelkast gezet om lekker stevig te worden. Ik heb al een paar keer geproefd. Hij is beter gelukt dan de vorige keer en de banaan maakt het voor mij echt af.
    Ik vind de banaan lekkerder dan de dadels in dit recept.
    Het is mijn favoriete toetje/tussendoortje. En dat voor iemand die niet van appels hield. Ben blij met jullie recept. Bedankt.

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      Bianca
      October 20, 2013 at 6:06 pm

      Lijkt mij ook absoluut lekker! 😀 Graag gedaan!

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