Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

I first started making chia pudding when I began my job at Mother Earth’s. I learned about the health benefits and properties of chia seeds and how they work in recipes. They remind me of tapioca, but can be eaten raw. The recipe I used (which wasn’t one of my own) was ok but not…

Chocolate Chia Mousse

This is a variation of my Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding recipe. Instead of leaving the chia seeds whole, I blended all of the ingredients together to attain a smooth and creamy consistency. The texture is very much like mousse. The customers really enjoyed it! Ingredients: 1 (13–14-ounce) can coconut milk ¼ cup chia seeds ¼ cup…

Silky Chocolate Pudding

Chocolate pudding is a childhood favorite. It’s the first thing I remember learning how to cook. We didn’t make it from scratch, but I remember standing by the stove, stirring the pot, waiting for the pudding to thicken. In this recipe I use coconut milk instead of cow’s milk. Its richness provides a perfect base…

Almond Butter Fudge

I always get great reviews when I prepare this delicious sweet treat. It has only 3 ingredients, but it is essential to cook the milk and sugar to the required temperature (see below); otherwise, the fudge won’t firm up. If you have a candy thermometer, by all means, use it. If not, you can do…

Peanut Butter Fudge

This is a variation of my Almond Butter Fudge recipe. People really enjoy it! Ingredients 1 cup peanut butter (you can use any type of nut butter) ½ cup unsweetened almond milk (or other type of milk) ½ cup coconut sugar (or other unrefined sugar) Pinch of salt (if using unsalted peanut butter) Put peanut…

Mango Chia Pudding

This is another one of my recipes creations from Mango Madness Week. I decided to experiment with a different chia seed pudding recipe. This one worked out pretty well. Ingredients 1 (13–14 ounce) can coconut milk (mix well) 2 cups chopped fresh mango 5 tablespoons chia seeds 6 tablespoons coconut sugar (or other natural unrefined sugar)…