Pudding is a versatile sweet treat that can be used in many healthy recipes. If you opt for its powdered form, you can create a delicious sweet cream with it after cooking, and even add an extra dose of protein by using the protein version. Nowadays, there are even no-cook puddings available that require only to be whipped together with milk, cream, or another liquid to create a delightful cream. This cream can be enjoyed on its own or incorporated into other desserts or porridges.

How to use traditional pudding?

Pudding is primarily used in recipes by those who adore sweet taste and a perfectly creamy consistency. If you don’t want to use ready-made puddings, you can easily cook it on your own at home. Simply mix the powder together with milk, sugar, or sweetener and cook until thickened. If you desire an extra dose of protein, you can mix in protein powder or whip in quark. The result will be a protein pudding that can be served with ducat buns, used to make a cake called “sex in a pan, or incorporated into pudding rolls.

Other types of puddings

If you enjoy experimenting in the kitchen, you can also delve into nutritionally richer versions of pudding. How about trying a chia pudding with banana, coconut, or tiramisu flavour? At the heart of these recipes are chia seeds. They are allowed to swell in liquid, creating a pudding-like gel that only needs to be flavoured according to your preferences. One significant advantage over the traditional version is the higher fibre content, making it more satiating. You should also definitely try tapioca pudding made from gluten-free pearls. Moreover, by adding protein powder during preparation, you can once again have a protein-packed version of pudding at an excellent price. That said, the avocado pudding is also a must-try, which requires just a few ingredients.

If you’re looking for an ingredient that won’t get lost in the pantry and can be used to prepare breakfast, snacks, and desserts, then pudding is a great choice.

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