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Unleash Your Inner Zen with this Vibrant Fruit Buddha Bowl & Raspberry Chia Pudding!

Updated: Jun 10, 2023

I'm thrilled to share a vibrant, nutrient-packed Fruit Buddha Bowl Recipe that's as delicious as it is beautiful. This recipe features a delightful Raspberry Chia Pudding that's sure to satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping you on track with your fitness goals.

Fruit Buddha Bowl with Raspberry Chia Pudding Recipe

My Fruit Buddha Bowl is a beautiful combination of fresh fruits including tangy kiwis, sweet strawberries, juicy pomegranate seeds, and tropical mango, all topped with a sprinkle of flaked coconut for that extra crunch. The star of the show, however, is the Raspberry Chia Pudding. Made with fresh raspberries, chia seeds, and a touch of date syrup, this pudding is a powerhouse of fibre and antioxidants.


Not only is this Fruit Buddha Bowl with Raspberry Chia Pudding a feast for the eyes, but it's also a feast for the body. Each serving packs a punch of vitamins, minerals, and fibre, all for around 350 calories. So, whether you're looking for a post-workout meal or a healthy dessert option, this recipe has got you covered. Let's dive in!

Fruit Buddha Bowl with Raspberry Chia Pudding Recipe

Feast Like a Buddha: Dive into a Bowl of Fruity Fun & Raspberry Chia Pudding!


This recipe serves 4 and contains approximately 350 calories per serving.


Ingredients:


For the Raspberry Chia Pudding:

- 250g fresh raspberries

- 2 tablespoons date syrup or maple syrup

- 60g chia seeds

- 240ml almond milk or any other plant-based milk


For the Fruit Buddha Bowl:

- 2 kiwis, peeled and chopped

- 150g blueberries

- 200g strawberries, hulled and chopped

- 1 pomegranate, seeds only

- 1 mango, peeled and chopped

- 50g flaked coconut


Method:


1. Start by making the raspberry chia pudding. In a blender, combine the raspberries and date or maple syrup. Blend until smooth.


2. Pour the raspberry mixture into a bowl. Stir in the chia seeds and almond milk. Mix well until the chia seeds are evenly distributed.


3. Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least 4 hours, or overnight. The chia seeds will absorb the liquid and create a pudding-like consistency.


4. When you're ready to assemble the Buddha bowls, start by dividing the raspberry chia pudding between 4 bowls.


5. Arrange the chopped kiwis, blueberries, chopped strawberries, pomegranate seeds, chopped mango, and flaked coconut on top of the chia pudding in each bowl. You can create sections of each fruit or mix them together - it's up to you!


6. Serve the fruit Buddha bowls immediately, or cover and refrigerate until ready to eat.


Enjoy this refreshing and healthy Fruit Buddha Bowl with Raspberry Chia Pudding!

Fruit Buddha Bowl with Raspberry Chia Pudding Recipe

And there you have it. A delicious, nutrient-packed Fruit Buddha Bowl with Raspberry Chia Pudding that's as good for your body as it is for your taste buds. This recipe is a testament to the fact that healthy eating doesn't have to be boring or bland. With fresh fruits, a hint of sweetness, and a whole lot of nutrition, this Fruit Buddha Bowl is a perfect addition to your healthy lifestyle.


Remember, the journey to fitness is not just about the workouts, but also about nourishing your body with the right foods. So, give this Raspberry Chia Pudding Recipe a try and let me know how you liked it. Stay tuned for more such healthy and delicious recipes from me. Eat well, stay fit, and keep smashing your fitness goals!


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FAQs about Fruit Buddha Bowl with Raspberry Chia Pudding recipe:

  1. What is a Buddha Bowl? A Buddha Bowl is a one-bowl meal filled to the brim with vibrant colors and nutrients. It's typically vegan or vegetarian and combines grains, proteins, and vegetables. The term "Buddha Bowl" comes from the image of a bowl filled with nourishing food, similar to the belly of Buddha. source

  2. Can I use other fruits in this recipe? Yes, you can use any fruits you like or have on hand. The recipe is very versatile and can be customized to your liking. source

  3. Can I prepare the chia pudding in advance? Yes, chia pudding can be made in advance and stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. It's a great option for meal prep. source

  4. Can I use a different type of milk for the chia pudding? Yes, you can use any type of milk you prefer or have on hand. Almond milk, coconut milk, oat milk, and soy milk are all great options. source

  5. What are the health benefits of chia seeds? Chia seeds are packed with fiber, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids. They're also a great source of antioxidants. source

  6. Why is it called a Buddha Bowl? The term "Buddha Bowl" comes from the image of a bowl filled with nourishing food, similar to the belly of Buddha. source

  7. How do I store leftover Buddha Bowl? Leftover Buddha Bowl can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. source

  8. Can I add protein to this Buddha Bowl? Yes, you can add your choice of protein to this Buddha Bowl. Tofu, tempeh, or chickpeas are great vegan options. source

  9. Can I use frozen fruit for this recipe? Yes, you can use frozen fruit for this recipe. Just make sure to thaw the fruit before using. source

  10. What other toppings can I add to this Buddha Bowl? You can add nuts, seeds, granola, or coconut flakes as additional toppings for this Buddha Bowl. source

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