Psyllium Husk Pudding

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Psyllium Husk Pudding

Today one of the most successful culinary inventions in the raw kitchen, a very fine pudding and if until now you had no idea what psillyum husk is, I hope this recipe interests you.

Very healthy and in combination with an almond milk (or other vegetable milk), some flavors, cocoa, fruit - they will make a good, tasty and healthy dessert.


Almond milk
500 ml
or other vegetable milk you like
Psyllium husk
4 tbsp
3 tbsp
sweetened to taste
Food flavours
1 tsp
or cocoa
Fresh fruits
1 cup
I put oranges, goji, apples and dried apricots

Step by step

Step 1

In a blender pour the almond milk, if it is not sweet add honey (or other sweetener) to taste.

Then match the flavors - I only put goji, but for starters I recommend using your favorite flavors - cinnamon, vanilla, cocoa, etc.

Psyllium Husk Pudding - Step 1
Step 2

Blend well.

Psyllium Husk Pudding - Step 2
Step 3

Pour the milk into a bowl, add the psillyum bran and mix well with a whisk.

Let it swell for about 30-60 minutes.

Psyllium Husk Pudding - Step 3
Step 4

Notice that a thick composition is made.

Psyllium Husk Pudding - Step 4
Step 5

Pour it into glasses and put your favorite fruits.

You can put them in the bowl before, I put them in layers in each individual glass.

The first oranges ...

Psyllium Husk Pudding - Step 5
Step 6

Then the apples ...

Psyllium Husk Pudding - Step 6
Step 7

And I garnished it with pieces of dried apricots.

I would recommend putting the glasses in the fridge for a few hours, the pudding will become even firmer and denser, but it is good anyway.

Here you have a lot of freedom to improvise, depending on your tastes and preferences. The bran has no specific taste, they are neutral, they will take on the flavor you give through the chosen dishes.

Good appetite!

Psyllium Husk Pudding - Step 7
Quantity: 600 ml (3 servings)
Prep time: 30 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 30 min
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