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Keto Chow Pudding

Keto Chow Pudding


Without the use of additional sugar, this Keto Chow Pudding is a delectable treat. Create this pudding in any sweet flavor for an afternoon treat or an after-dinner treat. It takes less than ten minutes to create and less than an hour to produce this simple Keto dessert.

Component Notes

The simplest low-carb and sugar-free pudding ever can be created with just 4 ingredients.

Coconut Cream: Because we enjoy the extra richness that coconut cream adds to this pudding, we put it in the recipe. Coconut milk is an additional option.
You can make the ideal plant-based milk using JOI Almond Milk, a revolutionary almond milk concentrate.

Keto Chow: For this pudding, we used strawberry, but you can use any of their sweet flavors to make this delectable keto pudding recipe.
The flavors in this dish are all enhanced by the use of origin vanilla extract.

Step-by-step Guidelines

Step one is to beat coconut cream with an electric mixer until it has doubled in volume.

STEP 2: Include Keto Chow, continue whipping, then incorporate almond milk.

Step 3: Divide the mixture among three small plates and chill for at least 30 minutes.

STEP 4: Keep in the refrigerator for up to 5 days in airtight containers.

Recipe Advice

To prevent it from clumping up, add the keto chow to the whipped cream gradually and a bit at a time.

Combine two of your favorite Keto Chow flavors, like Chocolate and Banana, for an explosive combination! You may make your own distinctive pudding flavor at home by using a half scoop of each!
It will take much longer and require more arm power to complete this without a hand mixer, though.

Variations in Recipes

Oh my goodness, there are a tons of different ways to prepare this pudding. Here are only a few examples.

Fruit: To give the pudding some more texture, add some finely chopped fresh strawberries.
Add some chopped nuts, such as pistachios, walnuts, farmgirl cereal with nuts, or pili nuts, to the dish to give it more texture.
Why not add some Muskoka Mornings Protein Powder to it to make it a protein pudding?

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