3 Min Rose & Poppy Seeds Pudding [Vegan + Low-fat]


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Low-Fat Vegan Pudding with rose petals and poppy seeds

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Rose & Poppy Seeds Pudding [ vegan + low-fat ]
Prep Time
3 mins

Love roses, eat roses! 🌹When you fancy a vegan pudding that's both inspiring and super low-fat... make it yourself!! We used B-12 fortified soya milk (naturally low-fat and high-protein), a little bit of vanilla extract, agave syrup, rose petals and our favourite fat-free vegan ingredient 😉🌱🦍

Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: Creative, Modern, Plantbased, Vegan
Keyword: low-fat dessert, rose pudding, vanilla pudding
Servings: 1
  • 1 teaspoon rose petals
  • Half or 1 teaspoon poppy seeds
  • 150 ml dairy-free milk (we used b-12 fortified soy milk)
  • 1-2 tablespoons agave syrup
  • 2 teaspoons agar agar flakes
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
  1. Add all ingredients to a milk pan (it heats up much faster than a standard pan!) and let boil for about a minute as you stir. 

  2. Pour into the pudding mold and let cool. Done! 🚀🙌

Recipe Notes

☆ AGAR AGAR - What?!: This is an ingredient we totally love! It's a zero-fat, zero-taste, and near zero-calorie plant-based gelatine with calcium and iron. 💪🌱 You can buy agar agar online, at health stores and Asian stores. It's usually available powdered, in flakes or strips. Strips tend to be common in Asian stores (and cheaper!) but harder to deal with - if you have a high power blender you can blend them into flakes. We tried with a food processor but it didn't work! 

☆ AGAR AGAR - Cooking tips: If you add too much Agar Agar the pudding will be too hard, but don't skimp on it either or it won't hold together! Keep the quantity close to the above suggestion or check the packaging, each brand will vary. Also with flakes we found that the more powerful the boiling, the quicker and the better they dissolve. Just don't let it all bubble out. 🙈

☆ AGAR AGAR - Cooling tips: Agar agar takes quite a bit to cool down so we usually make it before dinner and eat it as dessert. We'll double check on the timing and report back! 📢 ☺ You can also speed up the process by putting it in the freezer but be sure to check regularly or set a timer (try 10-15 min).

☆ EASY MEASURING: We used a thick glass to both measure the milk (as much as the size of the pudding) and to give it that lovely rounded shape at the top (check if you have a thick glass rounded inside?). To be exact it's the one in this overnight oats recipe. Yup it's still intact after numerous cooking adventures with hot-boiling liquids! Just pick your glass carefully or it might break.


Trying this? Tag @natureeuk on Instagram we’d love to see it!



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