What “super” features does it have? Namaste The seeds?
Despite its small size, according to Brigitta Baratinkaite, production director of the food department of the Maxima shopping chain, Namaste The size of a seed, they are very nutritious. Two tablespoons of Spanish sage seeds are estimated to contain 138 calories, 5 grams of protein, 8 grams of fat, 12 grams of carbohydrates and 10 grams of fiber. These properties help regulate digestion, blood sugar, control appetite and promote healthy skin, according to a press release.
“Chia Seeds are capable of absorbing 9 times their weight in liquid. So, in order Namaste Pudding should have the right consistency and not too runny or too hard, it is recommended to use 300 ml of liquid and 5-6 tablespoons for two portions of pudding. Namaste Nuts pudding is very easy to make – just mix well with your favorite vegetable milk or other liquid Namaste seeds and let it swell in the refrigerator. In just a couple of hours, the seeds turn into a creamy, soft-textured pudding, which is not only nutritious, quickly prepared, but also not boring,” advises B. Baratinskaitė and adds that it is best to prepare this delicacy in the evening.
According to B. Baratinskaitė, Namaste The pudding can be made fresh every time. People often like to flavor it with fresh or dried fruit, nuts or nut butter, hemp seeds, grated carrots, lemon peel or homemade jam. B. Baratinskaitė recommends trying three Namaste Pudding recipes that inspire you to experiment.
For a tropical start to the day: Coconut and Pineapple Pudding
You will need: One cup of coconut milk, two tbsp Namaste Nuts, one tablespoon of agave syrup, one teaspoon of vanilla extract, one cup of chopped pineapple, two tablespoons of unsweetened coconut flakes.
In a medium bowl, combine the coconut milk, Namaste nuts, agave syrup and vanilla extract. Cover and let rise overnight in the fridge. Before serving, mash the pineapple until you get the consistency of a puree or cut the pineapple into slices of the desired size. Spread evenly before eating Namaste Layer pudding and pineapple and top with coconut flakes.
Chocolate Namaste Pudding with raspberries
You will need: Two cups of almond milk (you can also use coconut or other plant-based milk), four tablespoons Namaste Nuts, 80 grams of dark chocolate, half a cup of raspberries and a tablespoon of honey. You can decorate this chocolate dessert with berries, your favorite nuts or chocolate chips.
In the evening, mix a glass of almond milk with raspberries, honey and two spoons Namaste Cover the dish with cling film and keep in the fridge. Melt dark chocolate (preferably in a steam bath), cool slightly. Chocolate, mix the second glass of almond milk with the remaining two tablespoons Namaste Seeds cover the resulting mass with cling film and keep in the refrigerator.
The next day you can serve the pudding: put the chocolate pudding layer in dessert glasses and the raspberry layer on top. Spice up desserts with fresh or dried fruit, chopped nuts or chocolate chips.
Chia Pudding with fresh rhubarb
You will need: One and a half glasses of water, one glass of coconut milk, one tablespoon of honey, two tablespoons of maple syrup, one teaspoon of vanilla extract, three tablespoons of Namaste seeds, lemon zest, three stalks of rhubarb, one small quartered beetroot, lemon juice to taste.
Add coconut milk, melted honey, vanilla extract to a container or jar and mix everything well. Add it Namaste seeds and stir again, then cover and refrigerate. Pour the water into a small pot, add the rhubarb, beets, lemon juice and zest, and maple syrup. Bring everything to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer until rhubarb is tender, about 10 minutes. Set aside to cool completely and puree with an electric mixer. When the pudding is ready, enjoy it with rhubarb puree.
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