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Pudding is undoubtedly one of the most typical Christmas desserts, it is even made and can be prepared salty, as a starter, main dish or as a snack or dessert. And kids love it! In some northern European countries it is their main meal at Christmas made with nuts, meat, eggs, flour, etc ...
But for the excess of sweets and sugars on these dates, I bring you a healthier version of the typical 'stale bread' pudding with cocoa and coconut. With whole wheat bread, pure cocoa, cinnamon, dairy free and sugar free. Sweetened with honey and stevia.
- 12 slices of whole wheat bread or bread from the day before
- 25 gr of diced toasted almonds
- 30 gr of grated coconut
- 30 gr of pure cocoa powder
- 1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon and another of vanilla
- 35 g of coconut oil or olive oil
- 25 grams of honey and 5 grams of stevia
- 4 eggs
- 500 ml of oat milk (or cow's)
Tips: You can substitute honey and stevia for 100 grams of cane sugar.
1. The elaboration is very very simple. We wash our hands. Meanwhile, we prepare and weigh all the ingredients, we look for our well-greased silicone or metal mold and a bowl to mix everything, we preheat the oven to 180º.
2. We take a bowl and inside we will put the chopped bread, the almond, the coconut, the cocoa, the cinnamon, 1 tablespoon of powdered ginger (optional), the vanilla, the stevia and with the help of your little one's hands, we will mix well.
3. On the other hand, we will beat the eggs, to which we will add the honey, oil and milk. Mixing everything very well.
4. We will throw the mixture of the eggs to the dry part and we will mix everything well together until we have a creamy mass.
5. We will put everything in our mold and cook it in the oven in a double boiler.
6. It will be at 180º for around 1h 30 minutes, where the last 15 minutes we will have the oven turned off.
7. We will let it cool down and it will be ready to eat.
As it is a Christmas sweet, we can make some small touches or additions to our liking, such as adding about 20 grams of chocolate pearls, some chopped dates, some raisins, nuts, etc ...
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do doing it, that you have some incredible parties and have a merry Christmas.
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