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Strawberry Rhubarb Chia Pudding

When I was a kid my grandmother had a patch of rhubarb in her back garden. I remember picking it and being terrified of the poisonous leaves – I was a cautious kid but apparently the taste of rhubarb was worth the potential for death. In reality, I would had had to eat a huge amount of the raw leaves to ingest the oxalic acid and die a rhubarb-induced death. Between the deathly rhubarb and my oral-allergy to strawberries, I really put myself out on a limb to make this chia pudding. The tart rhubarb and the sweet strawberries mingle perfectly with coconut milk to make this creamy chia pudding. Even though cocoa banana is my son’s true chia pudding love and he loudly protested the addition of strawberry to our repertoire, my valiant recipe taster enjoyed them every single day for an entire week. This yet again proves that four-year-olds really don’t know what they want but sure make a lot of noise about it.

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  1. In a medium saucepan on low heat, add rhubarb, strawberries, honey and vanilla. Stew until fruit has cooked down - about 15 minutes. Remove from heat, and use a stick immersion blender to puree the fruit.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk coconut milk, cashew milk and fruit puree. Add chia seeds and whisk to distribute chia seeds throughout.
  3. Using a ladle or a funnel, pour chia pudding evenly into 6 mason jars or small lidded jars. Refrigerate for 3 hours until set.
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7 comments

  1. Dylan says:

    Lovely recipe and lovely anecdote of you childhood and experience with your 4-year old! I have several chia pudding recipes on my blog but never with rhubarb. I will have to experiment.

    • leslie-anne weeks says:

      Thanks, I really was afraid of those leaves! I’ll have to check out your chia pudding recipes – always on the look-out for a new one.

  2. Markus Mueller says:

    Ive planted rhubarb for the first time this year. Strawberry plants went in last year with big success. This will be one of the first recipes i’ll try come harvest time!

    • leslie-anne weeks says:

      Thanks for stopping by! Our success with strawberries was spotty – whenever we picked the strawberries it seemed as though an animal had eaten the bottoms off of each berry!

  3. Dana Sandonato says:

    Oh gosh. I just love strawberry and rhubarb together – but in a pudding! This can’t miss! Looks delicious 🙂

    • leslie-anne weeks says:

      Thanks! There is no wrong move when it comes to strawberry + rhubarb – so glad spring is finally here!

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