Triple chocolate vegan pudding! I found this on GoDairyFree.org. I haven’t really made a lot of vegan pudding—I like pudding, I don’t know why I haven’t experimented with it more—but this is something obvious that never occurred to me! Use a vegan chocolate milk instead of regular vegan milk! A-duh! This also has cocoa powder and chocolate chips, in addition to So Delicious chocolate coconut milk. So, yeah. Come at me, bro.
Chocolate Pudding Pie from Leaves and Flours! HELLO NURSE! I like pudding and I like pie crust, so this is very pertinent to my interests.
Chia seed pudding! Doesn’t it look awesome? It’s super-easy and healthy too. It’s the best idea, I can’t wait to try it. I put chia seeds in my oatmeal every morning but I haven’t graduated to making it into dessert! The “recipe" is more like general instructions so you can get creative. Just soak your chia in yumminess (like almond milk), add whatever spices you want, and soak it overnight! BOOM!
Try it and tell us if it’s awesome or if the author’s just good with Photoshop! Also, why are there vegan recipes on a psychology blog?
Adopting A Cat Could Save Your Life!!! »
Meet Pudding! Pudding is an international hero! Pudding is a cat if you couldn’t tell!
Pudding had a big week last week! One day, he’s stuck in an animal shelter in Wisconsin, and then a lady named Amy and her son Ethan come and take him home. All’s going well, Pudding’s settling in, sniffing the corners, rubbing stuff, pigging out on cat food, meowing (presumably). Then the humans go to bed, and Amy starts having a diabetic seizure in her sleep! That very night! ACK! MEOW!
Pudding, being a secret super-hero, jumps on Amy and nudges at her face long enough to wake her up a little. Then she yells for Ethan, who is, ALAS, sound asleep. Not to fear good citizens, Pudding’s on the case! He leaps off the bed, maybe doing that cute skidding thing cats do on hardwood floors, runs to Ethan’s room, and bugs him until he awakens and uses his thumbs and English skills to call for professional medical assistance!
Lassie shoulda been a cat.
Also: Insurance companies should cover pet adoption.
Also: What’s the best thing your cat’s ever done?
Vegan raw chocolate pudding from Sidesaddle Kitchen, courtesy of Refinery29. It’s made with avocados which seems genius and I’ve always wanted to try vegan pudding with an avocado base. Chocolate is the greatest and avocados are the greatest so they would prob be the even greatester together!
Sometimes I just want to call everybody lil’ puddin’. Would people like that? Come on, lil’ puddin’! You know you’d love it!
Recipe: Mark Bittman’s Mexican Chocolate Pudding! »
Vegans know that silken tofu makes the best chocolate pudding; Mark Bittman shares this with the rest of the New York Times-reading world.
Quoth The Minimalist, “It’s not that it’s fake dairy, it’s a totally different thing, and really delicious.”
Recipe: Silk Nog tapioca pudding! THIS IS THE SHIT! And hella cheap too! »
I gave you a slow cooker dessert last week and now I’m taking things to the fast lane! Um and then I’ll have a restaurant review for SF because that’s what this site is supposed to be the fuck about.
Anyway, I hope you all spent your Thanksgiving holiday the fuck away from the computer (unless it was to watch legally downloaded episodes of Weeds and Dexter! I love not leaving bed until 3 p.m.!)
So this is super-easy, super-fast and super-delicious. Super. All you do is make minute tapioca—I use Kraft brand, it’s available everywhere; there might be better organic shit available from a non-evil company but I don’ t know—according to the directions on the packet, except you substitute Silk Nog beverage for the milk and just leave out the egg or use egg replacer or some canned pumpkin even. I bet that would be good. Also, throw in 2 tsp. of pumpkin pie spice or garam masala. You can also just wing it and throw in cinnamon, nutmeg, etc. Whatever you do, this shit will be delicious. Cook according to package directions and voilà, bitches! Delicious Silk Nog tapioca pudding! It takes about 10 minutes to cook—five minutes to let everything sit in the pot together and then five minutes of stirring it until it boils—and then 20 minutes to let it cool. It thickens as it cools so don’t freak out about it not being thick. Go make some now and freak out at the deliciousness. Also, if you think tapioca is funky, you are weird and wrong. You are the funky one. Tapioca is wonderful.
(I’m not as good at Images as Jonas but you get the idea! I think! The idea is that the combination of those ingredients equals ONE HAPPY CHEF!)