Rose Pudding with Soy milk-A simple vegan dessert



Tuesdays..Pilates class .. rigorous hour long exercise(or should I call tortureJ?)..and I am almost dying..
So nothing to write..no stories to share..my brain has shutdown and soon my hands will stop working too.Lemme quickly share the recipe before my body shutdown completely
Wait wait I told you here that I am keeping the best for later..remember?
So ladies and gentle man..let me present to you my pilates teacher, May. And yeah thatz her in the picture.
Take your time , go to her site..open your mouth wide open..let your eye pop out..Its all absolutely normal and expected and I have seen that many many times.
And yes she is an excellent trainer..the best I have had so farJ
No pressure..take your time,relax, take some deep breaths and come back to the recipe at your own pace!



So today’s featured recipe is a Vegan pudding, a guild free dessert. The best thing about this recipe is that you can pay around ,be creative and add flavorings of your taste, you can make mango pudding, orange, chocolate, Black sesame, virtually  anything under the sun which is edibleJ


Rose Pudding with Soy milk..A simple vegan dessert

Ingredients
500 ml soy milk (2 cups)
10 gms China grass
2 tbspn Rose syrup
Sugar to taste(2 tbspn)

Directions
Soak the chine grass in 1/2 cup water for 15 minutes.
Melt the china grass over low heat until it is dissolved completely.
Add the soy milk and sugar to the pot and heat it for a minute or two
Strain it and pour in to pudding moulds
Chill in refrigerator for 3-4 hours until well set.
Top with some Maple syrup or Brown rice syrup and enjoy the guild free delight.


22 Comments:

  1. what a simple and cute looking dish Ramya. Jaw dropped seeing your pilates teacher :P super figure ;-) good luck to you and trust me great motivation to be in her class, i mean to reduce and get fit ;-)

    Priya
    Fried Prawn~ Kerala Style



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  2. Looks so tempting!!! Bookmarking this lovely dessert!!!

    Sowmya

    Ongoing Event - Coconut

    Ongoing Event - Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids - Combo Meals

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  3. They look super duper tempting... yumm

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  4. What a brilliant pudding Ramya! Love the pink color!

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  5. wow thats really amazing dear,totally loved the recipe and pics...

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  6. Serious jaw dropping fit..she loks absolutely fab. Loved the pink colour n as u said..guilt free dessert..can hv it all day

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  7. wow..looks so beautiful and creamy..loved the pink colour!

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  8. A brilliant & elegant dessert!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  9. I am drooling here seeing your picture..Very appealing..

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  10. I have a doubt .. u did not add sugar.. so how will the pudding taste. Can I add sugar if i want .. if yes.. what quantity.

    BTW , ur trainer is a super model.. OMG.. that is all i can say..

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    1. Sure..Go ahead and add sugar. The soy milk i used was alread a bit sweet so i did not add extra. But you can add about 1-2 tbspn sugar as per your taste

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  11. wow drooling one... lovely one.. I too had same doubt as A Kamilka said... shall i add sugar...
    Today's Recipe : 2 Minutes Chocolate Cake
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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    1. Yes, sure you can add sugar, i have updated the recipe with additiona of 2 tbspn sugar

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  12. Lovely!!! Oh my favorite pink she looks gorgeous anywhere :) Loved the simple duper hit pudding :) And your trainer looks lovely and fit like a beauty pageant participant!!
    Today's Recipe ~ Vengaya Bhaji / Onion Bhaji / Onion Fritters
    You Too Can Cook Indian Food Recipes

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  13. Your trainer is super model, This rose pudding looks perfect and yummy dessert.

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  14. Hi Ramya....pudding with soya milk...i have been wondering how it would taste...not that you tried....i have the guts to do it myself without be scared of ending up with a losing dish :D will let u know when i try it...thanx for posting!
    Mj

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  15. excellent clicks! very tempting dessert...yum.

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  16. Absolutely catchy and terribly inviting.

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  17. Looks so beautiful, can I say, just like your Pilates Instructor..

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  18. U have a great space n I am ur new follower. Do visit my space when you get time :)
    http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  19. Pudding loks delicious...Loved the use of soy milk here...and your trainer is super..:)

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