Dairy Free Instant Pudding with Stir It Up

Mondays – a day which we should not have to participate in. Wouldn’t you agree? Thankfully, someone discovered coffee, and I am pretty sure I’ve had about four cups today. Yep, call me crazy, actually no, call me lucky, because I am one of the lucky ones who gets to have milk in her coffee! That’s right, a big splash of good old dairy.

Stir it up milks

I can have dairy without repercussions, however some people can’t. I have a friend who since she has cut out dairy, she’s managed to clear up acne, while some people with IBS like me find dairy is their trigger. I bet you probably know someone who is lactose intolerant, and if you don’t, you at least know what it is.

Now I know you know I am all for trying new things, so when I was sent the new Coconut and Soy milk powders by Stir It Up, I knew I had to do something fun with them, instead of making a drink, or smoothie.

From Stir It Up:
Stir It Up features a mix of gluten-free, non GMO and organic ingredients and are all dairy-free with a significantly higher content of plant-based ingredients than tetra-pak milk alternatives. Stir it Up milk powders are perfect for those looking for healthier dietary options or for those with allergies.

Find more here: http://www.naturalsugars.co.nz/ 

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Dairy Free Instant Pudding!

What you’ll need:
20 grams of Stir It Up Powder – I used coconut, but you could use any of their flavours
1 tablespoon of Corn Flour
1 large teaspoon of Caster Sugar
1 tablespoon of Cacao, Acai, Vanilla Powder – you pick! I’ve used Cacao

Fun Idea: Pop your ingredients in a jar and decorate however you’d like, then give it as a gift to someone who you know loves pud!

To make:
200mls of warm water
A wooden spoon, whisk and a medium sized pot

Place your water into your pot, and bring to a warm temperature. Pour in your pudding mix and whisk until blended – it will start to slowly thicken, which is when you can keep a good eye on it, and stir with your wooden spoon!

Serve warm, or pop in the fridge and indulge in it when it’s cold. It’s completely up to you!

Have a wonderful week pals, and enjoy all the pudding you can.

*products were sent to me, however all recipes, thoughts and comments are my own.

4 thoughts on “Dairy Free Instant Pudding with Stir It Up

  1. Would love to try it. Im gluten sensitive, dairy intolerant not just lactose and frutose sensitive and then ibs thrown into. Do you know where i can purchase these in South Australia.

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  2. This looks really good – will try it this week…

    Dairy is optional for me as well but I lost a lot of weight when I cut it right back and I hard use it at all now. For coffees, try adding a half to a full teaspoon of protein powder (dairy or non-dairy) to 4 teaspoons of Stir It Up powder and 100mls of boiling water and it will froth up really well with a mechanical frother…

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