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Mangoliscious Puddings! Vegan & Gluten-free!

Mangolicious cardamom puddings!
Mangolicious cardamom puddings!

Today, I made these tasty MANGOLISCIOUS desserts aka puddings! 🙂 I loved the sound of that tasty title! I had several things left in my pantry so I made these delicious Vegan & Gluten-Free desserts. These are more like thicker puddings! But because these are a bit creamy, very healthy & a bit filling, you can easily savour these as a nice breakfast! So, these make a delicious dessert and even breakfast, how good is that, hey? 😉

Recipe: For 2-3 persons or about 650 ml desserts!

Ingredients:

1/2 cup drained silken tofu

1 tablespoons unsweetened coconut flakes

1/2 teaspoon vanilla powder

3/8 teaspoon ground green cardamom or use less, it is up to you! 🙂

1 very ripe mango, peeled & big stone removed, flesh cut up or spooned out with a spoon

2 teaspoons broken flaxseed to bind a bit & to add healthy stuff

1/3 cup + 1 tablespoon unsweetened coconut-rice drink, I used Alpro

After mixing: add 1 tablespoon of chia seeds

Method:

1. Take your Vitamix & blend everything in this order but DO NOT Add the chia seeds! Use the tamper to push the ingredients into the running blades & on full power too! Taste! You must taste the mango, than the cardamom. You can taste a hint of coconut at the end of your tongue. That is nearly it. Pour this into a larger bowl & add your chia seeds. Mix well with a spoon. Leave it for about 15 minutes & stir every 5 minutes or so. It soon will become thicker. Spoon into fancy dessert tea cups or so & place into the fridge to cool down & to stiff up a bit, for at least 60 minutes = 1 hour! Do not leave it longer otherwise the cardamom becomes overpowering!!! If you leave the puddings in the fridge for 1 hour, you can taste more of the cardamom so if you do not like that, use less cardamom or leave the desserts only in the fridge for 15 minutes or so!!!! 🙂

2. Take them out of the fridge & serve instantly & enjoy every spoonful! 🙂 MMM,…

 

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

46 thoughts on “Mangoliscious Puddings! Vegan & Gluten-free!

  1. Waw, what glorious winning desserts! We like the look of them too! 🙂 We can’t wait to make them! Thanks! 🙂

  2. These tasty easy to make deserts aka puddings look so appetizing, Soph! Yum yum yummm!

  3. The cardamom addition takes it to a completely different level! It adds an Indian touch, I feel 🙂 It looks great! Can regular (firm) tofu be used? It’s not easy to find silken tofu here.

  4. Yummy!!! These must be so creamy due to the tofu, flaxseeds, AND chia seeds. I love how they look in those tea cups! The hint of cardamon would add such nice flavour with the mango.

    1. Yes, yes, Koko! After being in the fridge for 1hour, you can really taste the cardamom well! 😃 Enjoy! Xxx

  5. mangolicious IS a fun word 😀 Love new spins on tofu. Still not convinced on chia seeds, but this looks like a good use. Their slipperiness would work in the pudding.

  6. Totally mangolicious and complete yumminess! Gotta try this! 😊

  7. Oh my goodness, Sophie. Don’t those look delicious. That looks like the perfect dish to get a person going in the morning.

    Yhank you for stopping by. Always appreciated. Hope you have a beautiful day.

    Janet X

  8. Hey Sophie! I made your delicious desserts & left them 4 hours in the fridge & they were just Amazing to the palate..First, you can taste the sweeteness of the mango & then the cardamom! It is just Amazing! 😊

  9. I’m absolutely going to have to try this. I’m sitting in a friend’s kitchen and she has a whole box of mangos that smell so good! Maybe I’ll steal a few 😉

  10. I would love to have this first thing in the morning for breakfast. I think it’s very filling and fruity too!

  11. Hello Sophie,
    A wonderful pudding in such colourful cups of tea. Nice photos.
    Mamalou

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