Are you a big spoon or a little spoon? Either way, you’ll want to dig into these deliciously creamy pudding recipes! Unique and fresh, all of these recipes are a sure-fire winner for your springtime picnics and outdoor festivities. We went through the Food Monster App and found some pudding recipes for you to try.
Source: Banana Pudding Brûlée
A creamy and thick Banana Pudding Brûlée by Lauren Wright, sprinkled with a generous serving of sugar, which is then caramelized to create a deep and rich caramel film that makes the notorious shattering sound when broken.
This Mango Phirni: Indian Rice Pudding by Srividhya Manikandan with flattened rice is a simple yet delightful rice pudding. It’s a popular dessert recipe from the Indian subcontinent and is prepared with milk, rice, sugar, and the added flavors of saffron or cardamom or both. This vegan version is just as creamy and comforting as the traditional pudding!
Source: Tres Leches Flan
Tres Leches Flan by Alejandra Olmedo is a Mexican sweet that is traditionally made using milk, sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk, and eggs. In this simple recipe, three kinds of non-dairy milk are used and cornstarch takes the place of eggs. Served with syrup and fresh fruit, this treat has a rich, custard-like texture that just melts in your mouth!
Avocado in a dessert? Seems odd at first, we know. However, it makes sense that such a creamy vegetable would work well in a decadent pudding recipe. This Mexican-Spiced Chocolate Avocado Pudding by Emily Brees is rich, creamy, and so chocolatey, you’ll forget about the avocado part quickly. The chili powder, cinnamon, and salt add just the right amount of contrast.
Source: Blood Orange Crème Brûlée
This egg-free Blood Orange Crème Brûlée from Vegan: The Cookbook is velvety, creamy, and utterly delicious. Soy cream and almond milk are simmered with scraped vanilla beans and then combined with the secret ingredient — egg replacer mixed with superfine sugar. The result is a luscious custard that caramelizes just like traditional crème brûlée.
Source: Hazelnut Chocolate Parfait
This super yummy Hazelnut Chocolate Parfait by Jana Kastner is sure to hit the spot. It is a seriously delicious treat that is not only vegan, gluten-free, free of processed sugar and starches but it also takes only 5 ingredients to make!
Panna cotta is normally quite finicky, but this raw version is foolproof – no cooking involved! This Raw Lemon Panna Cotta With Raspberry Sauce by Kuteer and Trisha Zanasi is very light and fresh, and the maple syrup gives it a slight flavor of caramel. A garnish of perfectly ripe berries makes it a truly divine treat and a must-try!
Syrian Rose Flavored Rice Pudding by is a creamy and delicious rice pudding flavored with rose essence. This rice pudding by Pavani Nandula uses just a few simple ingredients but the end result is an absolutely delicious treat. It is a great make-ahead dessert and the leftovers are perfect for breakfast, too.
Recreate the delicious flavor of Almond Joy chocolate with this Almond Joy Pudding With Cookie Dippers by Tori Cooper! Simply combine coconut and almond milk, sprinkle some crunchy almonds and chocolate chunks, and crumble some cookies for layers of sweet, sweet happiness. Make sure to keep some cookies intact for dipping!
Source: Watermelon Pudding
This Watermelon Pudding by Azucena Noriega is super easy-to-make, very refreshing, and delicious. It only takes four ingredients to make and once everything is mixed together and heated, it simply needs to be chilled. Garnish with some chocolate for added flavor.
This Golden Rice Pudding With Turmeric, Ginger, and Pink Peppercorns by Christine DesRoches is a spin on the Ayurvedic turmeric-based beverage, golden milk. This lightly-sweetened pudding is a medley of flavor with turmeric, cinnamon, cardamom, star anise, peppercorn, and ginger. It’s a health-promoting treat that’s perfect for any time.
Source: Carrot Cake Pudding
Kuzu root powder gives this Carrot Cake Pudding by Annie Oliverio plenty of health benefits! Kuzu contains no fat, is low in calories, and has virtually no taste. Not only a thickening agent, it is also used to treat stomach and digestion issues, to stimulate appetite, as an aid to relieve diarrhea, and even as a cold remedy. And you thought this was just going to be just a bowl of pudding!
Source: Pistachio Creme Brûlée
This Pistachio Creme Brûlée custard by Michaell Johnson is far from plain and well worth skipping out on any other desserts you might make or even buy. Even though there are just a few simple ingredients and steps, the complexity in flavor with its burnt sugar and pistachio vanilla bean custard make this deserving of any table.
For more delicious treats to try this season, you must check out our Sweet Snacks Archive! We also highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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