Pistachio Pudding – No Cook recipe

Raw dessert a super NO COOK recipe that is delicious treat for little ones (and big ones too)  my toddler was obsessed with it and it actually makes a great smoothie / purée too. It’s egg, diary, gluten, refined sugar free yet still sweet and fluffy.

Raw dessert a super NO COOK recipe that is delicious treat - Pistachio Pudding

It’s egg, diary, gluten, refined sugar free yet still sweet and fluffy. Leave out the bigger chunks it’s just for decorating

There’s no need not to incorporate nuts into your baby or toddlers diet as it is a myth that giving them nuts will make them develop allergies, the only thing is to make sure it is completely ground and millet so that it does not set them at risk of choking hazards. but if you use nut flours there’s nothing to worry about unless there’s nut allergies running in the family. I have discussed this with 3 different nutritionists and they confirmed that it was a myth.

 

I’m not sure at what age rose water is okay to give so you’ll have to check with your health professional about that.
However I have heard a lot about its benefits for relieving digestion troubles like bloating, upset tummy and constipation. And I know for sure older generations made use of it for natural remedies for children when they suffered from tummy upsets. I’m Lebanese and we use rose water a lot especially in teas and cold beverages as it adds an amazing aroma and it too does to this recipe but feel free to omit.

Pistachio is a potential allergen so make sure your little one can tolerate nuts before serving this meal.
Ingredients:
?1/2 cup of pistachio (without the shell and of good quality)
?1 tsp of pasteurized rose water (alcohol free)
?4 tbsp of coconut milk (more or less)
?1 small avocado
?2 big ripe bananas


 

Method:
1. Soak the pistachio in water for 10 min or more.
2. Blend the pistachio with 1/4 cup of water very very well until there’s no pieces left and it turns into some sort of wet meal.
3. Add the rest of the ingredients and keep blending until it becomes to a thick mass. That’s it.


 

I’m not sure at what age rose water is okay to give so you’ll have to check with your health professional about that.
However I have heard a lot about its benefits for relieving digestion troubles like bloating, upset tummy and constipation. And I know for sure older generations made use of it for natural remedies for children when they suffered from tummy upsets. I’m Lebanese and we use rose water a lot especially in teas and cold beverages as it adds an amazing aroma and it too does to this recipe but feel free to omit.

Pistachio is a potential allergen so make sure your little one can tolerate nuts before serving this meal.

Post Author: Kawn Al-Jabbouri

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