Updated: May 19
You must have seen hundreds upon hundreds of chia puddings. I am not saying mine is better. I just wanna share how I would have done it differently, with a bit of chefy touch. And I know the combination listed below is a bit weird, but trust me on this. You will get sweetness and tartness with some savory and tangy aftertaste.
Amazin' Graze's Chia Seeds, Peanut Butter & Antioxidant Berry Trail Mix
On a side note, grated frozen strawberries add extra creaminess to the chia pudding. Once you've done it, you probably can't go back to the mashed version. To top that off, I slow-roasted some strawberries. They have a nice jammy tart funk which I cannot explain with words. You have to find out for yourself by trying out this recipe.
Amazin' Graze's Chia Seeds, 40g
Coconut Milk, 240g
Amazin' Graze's Peanut Butter, 1 TBSP
Gula Melaka Homemade / Maple Syrup, 1 TBSP Adjust To Preference
Frozen Strawberries, 50g
Fresh or Frozen Strawberries, 80g
Maple Sugar, 1 TBSP
Amazin' Graze's Antioxidant Berry Trail Mix, 2 TBSP or Any Nuts & Dried Berries
Pomegranate Molasses / Balsamic Glaze, For Drizzling
Serving Glass / Mason Jar
Please visit my "How To Make Gula Melaka Syrup" page for the recipe.
Please visit my "How To Make Pandan Extract & Paste" page for the recipe.
Mix until well combined.
Sit for 5 to 10 mins.
Grate frozen strawberries into a serving glass.
Add in the chia seeds mixture and mix to combine well.
Chill in the fridge for at least 2 hrs to overnight.
While the chia pudding is chilling, preheat the oven to 120 degree celsius or 250 fahrenheit.
Transfer the strawberries to a large bowl.
Toss in the sugar, making sure the strawberries are well coated.
Wack into the oven and slow bake for about 2 to 2.5 hrs.
The strawberries should almost be a jammy consistency but still hold their shapes.
This is when the strawberries are releasing their juices and start to caramelize.
Transfer the roasted strawberries to the chia pudding.
Grate some more frozen strawberries.
Sprinkle some Amazin' Graze's Antioxidant Berry Trail Mix over the top.
Drizzle some pomegranate molasses or balsamic glaze.
Loads of flavors, textures and nutritious bites...
Would you give this a try?
Healthy food can be yummilicious as well...