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1 cup (150g) tart cherries, frozen 1 cup (120ml) coconut milk 1/4 cup (30g) of chia seeds 1/4 cup (60ml) tart cherry juice 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon. Ingredients 1 cup Montmorency tart cherries, frozen 1/4 cup Montmorency tart cherry juice 1/4 cup of chia seeds 1 cup coconut milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon Optional garnish: dried Montmorency tart cherries. Ingredients 1 1/3 cup coconut milk (can also subst. with another type of milk) 1/4 cup + 2 Tbsp chia seeds 1/4 cup cocoa powder 2-3 Tbsp maple syru. Once all cherries have been pitted, take half and put in a food processor or blender with the milk and puree.

Take the other half and coarsely chop. 2. Empty chia seeds in to a large bowl and add pureed milk and cherries mixture and chopped cherries. Tart Cherry Chia Pudding | MyFitnessPal. This vegan dessert requires just seven ingredients.

Malinda Mowry Healthy Snacks and Treats. 0:47. Pudding Flavors Pudding Recipes Dessert Recipes Chai Pudding Brunch Recipes Easy Recipes Healthy Breakfast Recipes Healthy Snacks Raspberry Recipes Healthy. Directions: 1. Put the chia seed in you blender and blend until it becomes a fine powder.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients, and blend until smooth. Refrigerate at least 20 minutes to set up to pudding. Tart Cherry & Coconut Milk Popsicles. Recipe courtesy of Dara Michalski, CookinCanuck.com.

View Recipe. Triple-Cherry Honey-Bourbon Pie. Recipe courtesy of Gretchen Brown, HealthyAperture.com. View Recipe. Tart Cherry Chia Pudding.

Recipe courtesy of McKel, Nutritionstripped.com. View Recipe. Double Chocolate Cherry Cookies. Directions: Pour the almond milk into a mixing bowl. Stir in the vanilla, cinnamon, maple syrup, and cherries.

Lastly, stir in the chia seeds until they are all coated. Refrigerate at least 8 hours before eating. *You can grind your own chia seeds in a blender or food processor, or purchase them pre-ground or milled. I like to serve it by adding sliced bananas or berries in a small bowl and then adding the chia seed pudding over it.

For breakfast it goes well with granola. What you’ll need 1/2 cup dried and deseeded rose hips (75 grams) 1/4 cup chia seeds (45. 1. In a blender or food processor, blend cherries and orange juice.

Add in chia seeds and salt. (It will be slightly foamy on top) 2. Let chia mixture sit for 5 minutes, then give a good stir. Let sit for another 2-3 hours in the refrigerator. 3. Add honey and thoroughly combine (it should be really thick).

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Cook a serving for twenty minutes over medium heat, then remove from the heat and stir in two to three tablespoons almond butter, a pinch of sea salt, one tablespoon chia seeds or unsweetened coconut flakes, half a teaspoon vanilla, and one teaspoon cinnamon.

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notes: If you don’t have time to wait, place the chia seeds, milk, and honey in a container with a lid and shake vigorously until the pudding thickens, about 5 minutes.

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Wash and hull berries, sprinkle with sugar, and let stand one hour; mash, and rub through a fine sieve; add gelatine soaked in cold and dissolved in boiling water.

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You can blend the strawberry chia seed pudding because the ingredients hide the gray color, but you might prefer to leave this vanilla pudding as is.

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Add the coconut water, ¼ cup/60 ml of the yogurt, the oats, goji berries, flaxseed, and mint to the bowl and stir until thoroughly combined.

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Made with raspberry chia jam this treat is lower in sugar than your average dessert.

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In a small saucepan, combine the cream, buttermilk, sugar, and vanilla bean pod and seeds and bring to a boil over medium-high heat, stirring to dissolve the sugar.

“Payard Desserts” by François Payard, Rogério Voltan, Tish Boyle
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In a medium-sized bowl, use a wooden spoon to mix together the almond butter, coconut cream, egg, maple syrup, and vanilla extract.

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To make the hard sugar top: Place 1 tablespoon of the brown sugar on top of each custard.

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  • I thought the pudding needed to be refrigerated for at least 6 hours (so basically overnight). is that wrong? I’ve always made it like that!

  • Tammy, the Silk coconut milk has carrageenan in it. I know at one time you said you were avoiding it. I do, and have found that Trader Joes brand does not contain carrageenan. Thx for sharing your recipe!:) XO, Patti Kay

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  • I love chia pudding and this one looks yummy, my fav is chocolate/coconut/almond, it tastes like a almond joy! Anther wonderful recipe! Have a great weekend! <3

  • So I tried the cacao one and it turned out awful. It has to be my fault but I can’t put my finger on what I did wrong. I think it has to do something with these:
    I may have put a lot of cacao powder ( it was so bitter )
    I used honey instead of maple syrup
    I used coconut milk instead of almond milk
    My chia seeds were not fresh
    I let it for about 30 minutes
    I was really disappointed because I thought it would be super easy but apparently I did everything wrong!��I really wanted it to work and now I’ll have to eat my bitter chocolate thingy for a couple of days.����I am really bad at cooking anything.

  • hello Domestic Geek, i appreciate you for sharing these wonderful recipes with us, i watch and follow you from Nigeria and i have been really inspired by you and some other youtubers to start my own food channel, i have been making plans and preparations for that and i will like to know how many cameras you use for filming. thanks a lot love you plenty

  • I love chia seed pudding..never layered it before.. I use stevia.. you can use different flavors of it.. I love love coffee flavor so I add an organic coffee extract. All my blueberry bushes are producing now so something with blueberry’s is going to happen. Thanks so much for your time

  • I wanted to reach in to my computer screen and grab it and eat it!!!  Looks so good.  Costco has some delicious cherries.  Thanks for the recipe Tammy

  • I basically skipped the whole video and everytime it stopped… She said iherb. Maybe this video should be renamed as iherb video ����

  • I ended up making the dark chocolate chia pudding, but I added in a dollop of creamy peanut butter and sprinkled some cacao nibs and slivered almonds on top. It tastes just like a peanut butter cup! It was so good I made my own recipe video LOL. Thanks for the inspo!

  • Tammy this looks delish and really pretty. I love chia seeds:)  just found a recipe for Strawberry chia lemonade fresca a few weeks ago and I cant seem to make it fast enough hail to the chia seed.

  • Love these recipes great job! I am all over these, especially the strawberry cheesecake one! I’m definetely go to recreate the dark chocolate one and I think uplevel it with some peanut butter since I’m such a fan of that combo. I”ll report back on this!:)

  • hi happy thankgiving i wanted to ask you about tart or pie crust reciepie it says sugar, but you dont have in ingredient list sugar i read it a couple time you are funny

  • What is one CAN of coconut milk. I see that big carton. I am trying to learn to make chia seed puddings. I am sooooo confused by the huge difference in measurements for the chia and liquid. A can to me is exactly that…A can. So can you help me here? First please let me know if you mean a can…I have a can of the Thai organic coconut milk here. I also have a big carton of fresh coconut milk. So if you mean from the carton maybe give measurements in CUPS? Thanks for helping

  • what is the texture…grainy? and if so after it soaks could i blend the texture to smooth…I am trying to eat healthier and loose a few lbs and this looks very versatile
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  • Hi CMT…I love chia pudding and this looks yummy! I’m right there with ya…I don’t care for Soy Milk! I love the idea of peanut or almond butter. Might also be good with PB2! Went to purchase vanilla powder and found vanilla “bean” powder on Amazon. Total yumminess! Used it in the banana ice cream…very good! Have a fab week!

  • Here’s my version. Substitute almond milk for the coconut milk. Substitute raspberries for the cherries. Assemble remaining ingredients as given. Top with roasted slivered almonds. Yum!

  • Yum!!! Great recipe Tami..l have those Chia seeds in my cabinet right now! I will make it today and I am going to send this to my kids!!! Thanks my beautiful friend!! xoxo CAROL

  • Splendidly delicious!
    Will be making it as soon as I can get to the market!
    Banana ice cream is a HUGE hit in my household! TY!
    (P.S.: How do you come up with all these ideas, inspirations, concoctions? Hope this will be your permanent Sunday feature!)   #obsessed

  • Mmmmm…This looks yummy!!..All the ingredients that I love and have here in my home….With the exception of the cherries…I’m going to pick up cherries and try this out…Thank you for sharing!! ��

  • Hey Tammy……..what a delicious looking pudding, and nice presentation I might add.  Thanks so much for sharing this treat….wishing you an awesome week:)

  • I’ve never had fresh cherry pie and have only attempted it once, many years ago, and I messed it up because I had no idea what to do. This looks so easy, thank you!

  • hello…i am new to your channel….where have you been all my life… i so love your videos, I spent an entire day.. engulfing myself in watching…i am definitely buying your ebooks, within a couple days….
    do you have these videos on dvd? I would love to have the videos along with the ebook, lol…
    can you make a salad dressing only ebook?
    and can you also suggest tips for supplies, equipment to cook with…i’m new to this idea of cooking method and need to revamp my kitchen….i’m committing myself to a year of eating only these meal plans…and preparing to begin August 10, 2017
    …i’m currently completing a juice fast and I need these meal prep plans in my life afterwards….thanks again….Etsy, here I come….!!��

  • Omg I need to make this!! I’m having a flair of this blood disorder and the cure is sugar and carbs…. I’m going to use that as an excuse to make this!! lol

  • Hello Sara Lynn! Just want to say that I love your channel and your positiv energy. Recipes on top as usual, thank you for all! Kisses from France ��

  • What a fabulous idea!  I’m so glad you shared this recipe!  Could you explain the difference in flavor between vanilla bean paste in a jar and vanilla powder when you do another recipe?  I’ve never used either.  Why do you like them?  I can’t wait for more cooking vids!  Thanks Tammy!  Priscilla:)

  • I love cherry pie. Have you ever introduced your staff? If you haven’t maybe you could do a video introduction of your staff and maybe their favorite summer drink

  • Where did you get the little jars? Also do they have lids? I’ve been looking for small glass jars like these for chia pudding or yogurt snacks

  • Thanks a million for sharing and caring from Kenya respect and honor sharing tips heaven on earth thankyou mother earth is healing best dish very very beautiful heaven on earth thankyou

  • So you wanna tel me that this amount of chia is for one person??? If you wanna poo like crazy it’s fine, but earing 3 tablespoon od chia seeds every day you will end up on toilet seat all day

  • I just want to know how much you put of everything. I know the base recipe but how much of the spices, powders, maple syrups etc.

  • Thanking you so much for this Tammy.
    Finally both my teenage girls are on a whole food/healthy eating phase!!! This will be a great way to satisfy their sweet tooth.
    Fantastic thinking with mixing in the mason jar and great advice on the coconut sugar as a sweetener. 
    I can see raspberries in this and maybe even a sprinkle of pistachios.
    Looks gorgeous in your glass too!

  • I tried for the first time at eggs benedict and I guess I had with them too long or left them on the heat for too long cuz I cracked

  • I think cherries are not good in cakes at all, sour cherries are much better as well as prunes.cherries are tasteless in a cake and are not as juicy as their sour relatives. best are picked off the tree and eaten straight away that s not a good fruit choice for a cake at all:) that being said, i think i might try this cake with prunes or sour cherries:)

  • Hi, Sara Lynn. Your Cherry Tart looks gorgeous. You are truly one of my favorite YouTubers ever. What do you love about cherry desserts?

  • Take a shot every time she says Iherb. I mean I get they were a sponsor but come on u don’t have to mention it a milliin time we get everyrhing u used is from there. Anyhow to finish on a positive note I did find the recepies quite good and very interesting so thank you for sharing them with us.

  • Hello!! I am such a big fan of your tutorials, I have recently been looking for a pineapple lime lemonade! Do you think you could maybe try to do a tutorial on that? If anybody knows how to please leave a reply, it will be very much appreciated! Thank you everyone who helps! Have a nice day!!

  • Mmmm. I love cherry pie. It’s my favorite. My mom makes hers with a little bit of almond extract and the extract makes If even more amazing and I think it’s necessary for a really good cherry pie!!!

  • Hey beauty, I am from Germany and I really love your channel, your recipes and your personality. I have done a few of your recipes and they are all amazing. I wish you would cut into things though to show the texture and the inside, you never cut into cakes or try them out for taste test. That would be awesome if you changed this for the next videos��

  • Hi Tammy, so glad I found this video. Followed your instructions and voila! Delicious! I’m always searching for healthy dessert/snack recipes. Thanks so much.

  • It looks very good, have you tried it w/any other fruit? I can’t do cherries so wondered what others complimented the flavors of the pudding?!?

  • I was thinking of making the chia seed pudding with a monk fruit sweetener to make this a low sugar recipe. I am on a keto diet and trying to go low carb. Is the chia seed pudding low carb when on a keto diet?

  • As you say, Amazing but could I Grind the Chis Seeds to make them a little more subtle or maybe work faster to Gel-up so we won’t have to wait as long? I was thinking about Banana Puree Pudding to replace the Instant Jell-O brand and still use some Non-Dairy Almond Milk. Thank you so much.

  • Thank you thank you so much! I’m eating a bowl of cherries right now, and will make this beautiful pie tomorrow! Yummy! and super easy! Can you show the link of how to pit them with a paperclip? xo from CA and BTW, cherries are great for arthritis!

  • In many of the videos there is to much talk and talk instead of giving the recipe. I would advise less bla bla that we already know about. Loss of time. Show the recipes simply without laughing and talking about your tea shirts and other nonsense. It is such a nuissance. Thanks ��

  • Lovely! Would you share where I could purchase that beautiful white bowl (filled with cherries at the opening)? Pleasepleaseplease! I really like it!

  • Oh my sweet goodness does that look amazing my friend!!!!! Heading to the grocery store and fingers crossed they will have cherries this time so I can make this! Can’t wait!! Have a blessed week <33 xo Ivett

  • I can’t wait to try this out. A little cherry extract for a choco cherry pudding just sounds so yummy. Lemon with vanilla, Thank you CMT, I just found a new healthy indulgent dessert.

  • Wold be great on nice cream I have been doing something similar with wild blueberries everyday for my snack but I add micro greens or sprouts to it: 1 cup wild blueberries 1 ripe banana 1/4 cup broccoli micro greens and a little water to blend into a sauce. I pour into a 12 oz jar stoping 1/2 way to put a tsp of chia seedsand them pour the remaining sauce to top and capI make it at 6am and eat it later that day around 3Pm and its by then like a puddingit’s goodcould add a few dates to sweeten I’ll. Try your jam soon maybe this weekend Thanks ��