Vegan Mango chia seed pudding, a creamy mango coconut pudding with chia seeds. Today I am sharing with you this Vegan chia seed pudding recipe with delicious flavours of made for each other coconut and mango. It has a unique texture and taste. An amalgamation of fruity, nutty, and creamy flavours all in one.
I love mangoes, and mango and coconut truly a match made in heaven. If you have ever tried my vegan Mango coconut ice cream you know what I mean. Add chia seed to the mix, you have an utterly delicious mango chia pudding that is good for your health. Chia is something that I like to include in my everyday meals. Sometimes as topping for my smoothies and salads or as snack or breakfast in form of chia seed pudding. Although I have posted very few on the blog, if you follow my insta-stories you already know that 🙂
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I love to play with the delightful flavours and infuse them with spices to create something unique. The taste of this mango chia seed pudding is enhanced with Indian spices like cardamom, and saffron. It has a rich texture due to the thick almond and coconut milk which goes into it.
A combination of milk and fruits is a classic combination which is always recommended by doctors for a healthy lifestyle. I mostly make this chia seed pudding at night after dinner and have it in the morning on the go. It is like a textured smoothie which you can eat and slurp at the same time.
You can have chia seeds pudding as a midday snack and even after meals sweet dish. It is lovely to start a morning with this sweet and healthy triple benefit treat. I say triple benefit because this dish includes milk! Mango! And chia seeds!
Mangoes have been crowned as the king of fruits in India. These tropical seasonal fruits come with tonnes of benefits. The long list of minerals and nutrients found in mangoes prevent a lot of health diseases including cancer! They are a good source of vitamin D and A which helps produce collagen protein which makes your skin look younger.
They are fibrous which makes them helpful in digestion. Mangoes are suggested by the doctors for patients of anaemia. so if you are weak, feel dizzy in this heat, grab a mango.
We have been literally forced to gulp down milk since childhood because it provides the daily dose of calcium, protein and potassium to the body. Milk makes our bones strong which are the base of human bodies. While delicate small beads of chia are a powerhouse of omega 3 fatty acids, fibre, calcium, iron and antioxidants. They are known to fight obesity, heart diseases and diabetes.
Replacing sugar with honey in puddings and smoothies like this is a great idea. We use rich protein almond milk in this recipe which is easily available in the market or else you can simply soak some almonds, add a little water and blend them in a mixer, strain it.
Dig in this delightful cool Vegan chia seed pudding anytime! It is super healthy, pop in fridge recipe, which anyone can make. A delightful fruity pudding with minimum effort and maximum refreshment! Try it before the mango season passes by!
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Vegan Mango Chia Seed Pudding Recipe
- 1 ½ cup coconut milk
- ½ cup almond milk
- 1 mango peeled and cubed
- ¼ teaspoon cinnamon powder dalchini
- A pinch of clove powder lavang
- ½ teaspoon cardamom powder elaichi
- 1 tablespoon Vanilla extract
- 2 tablespoons of honey
- 3 tablespoon chia seeds
Pour in the coconut milk, almond milk, peeled mango in a mixer jar nd blend them.
Add cinnamon powder, clove powder and cardamom powder to this mix and blend again.
When it looks smooth, add honey and vanilla extract and blend once again.
Take it out in a bowl and add chia seeds to it.
Mix well and put it in the fridge overnight.
Enjoy it next day or in 8 hours.
Serve it in a dessert glass topped with some caramelised chopped almonds and thin mango slices.