Pineapple Flurry & Coconut Chia Seed Pudding

Published : 2014-06-12 07:27:13
Categories : Mazette

Pineapple Flurry & Coconut Chia Seed Pudding

image 1 This whole thing is just perfect– summer in a cup. Start by making the pineapple flurry. Pour fresh pineapple juice into a shallow pan and place in the freezer. After about an hour or when ice crystals start to form on the edges, use a fork and scrape the sides into the center. Repeat this every hour or so until it turn slushy. Keep raking your fork and scraping the ice until you get ice crystals.

image 2 To make the chia seed pudding, combine the yogurt, coconut milk, and honey in a bowl and mix to combine. Add the chia seeds. If you want to make this vegan you can substitute the yogurt for almond milk or coconut water, but I don’t recommend using all coconut milk as the aftertaste can be pretty oily. The mixture will become more like pudding the longer it sits, but give it at least a couple hours to do its thing
image 3A To assemble just place a few spoonful’s of the coconut chia seed pudding in a bowl or small cup and top with pineapple flurries.
Pineapple-Granita-Chia-Pudding-4-600x903 And dig in !
image 5 Ingredients: • 18 ounces of fresh pineapple juice • 1 cup of coconut milk • 1 cup of plain strained yogurt (or substitute with almond milk or coconut water) • 1/3 cup of chia seeds • honey to taste, about 2 tablespoons (or other sweetener) Directions: • Pour pineapple juice into a shallow pan. Freeze for about one hour. Scrape ice crystals forming on the edges of the pan to the center. Repeat every hour until icy and flaky, about 4/5 hours. • Stir yogurt, coconut milk and honey in a bowl to combine. Add chia seeds. Let sit at room temperature for at least 3 hours. • To assemble, place chia seed pudding at the bottom of a cup and add pineapple flurries to the top.

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