Strawberry pudding. No sugar.

In a previous post I showed how you can make a strawberry jam without any sugar added. You can use this jam to make a delicious and healthy strawberry pudding.

Place oat milk, rice milk, almond milk or regular milk in a pan. Warm it up. Start pouring over bit by bit whole rice flour, and stir at the same time. Pour about half cup rice-flour for 3 cups milk. Keep boiling on low fire and stirring at the same time, till it thickens. If it’s not thick enough, you can add more flour. If it’s too thick, add more milk. Then add a few spoons of the strawberry jam, you can add only 3-4 spoons or 10 spoons if you’d like! Pour the hot pudding in bowls, and let cool down. Decorate with fresh strawberries and honey or agave nectar if you like it sweeter. You can also sprinkle coconut, almonds, dried fruit, sesame seeds, chia seeds, small cubes of fresh apple or fresh pear or fresh mango…etc

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If you don’t have strawberry jam, then you need to prepare a strawberry mix before starting the pudding. Wash and cut about 5 strawberries for one cup of milk. Place them in a pot with only a tiny bit of water on the bottom. Bring to boil and keep stirring while boiling, you’ll see it first become all pink, then darken and thicken. The thicker the better. It all depends how much ime and patience you have. You can boil it for only about 15 minutes, or for 40 minutes. When it’s done, set it aside, you will add this into your pudding.

It can be used as toddler food as well.

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