Cherry Vegan Pudding Recipe Is Raw and Delicious

An easy and healthy pudding full of superfoods.

This cherry vegan pudding is so easy to make and is raw so no cooking. Puddings are usually full of refined white sugar and made with cow’s milk which does not work for us who are lactose intolerant.

It is great for a hot summer day. The best part of this pudding is that it is delicious and filled with superfood nutrients.

Cherry Vegan Pudding

Cherry Vegan Pudding Recipe Ingredients

Cherries are the main ingredient in this ‘Cherry Vegan Pudding’.  They are more than just their amazing taste. They’re packed with antioxidants and offer many health benefits, including help with insomnia, joint pain, and belly fat. Cherries could be just what the doctor ordered. Learn the 11 Health Benefits of the Beautiful Cherry

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Bananas are healthy for you and that’s a good thing since they are the most popular fruit in North America. Everyone loves bananas. There are more songs, jokes, and silliness with this food than with any other plant on earth.  They add a nice silky texture to this cherry vegan pudding as well as extra sweetness.

Cashews are delightfully sweet and creamy nuts that are crunchy and full of health benefits! All over the world, these delicious exotic nuts are found in many cuisines as they add flavour and texture. When they are soaked and blended they add that creaminess that is in this cherry vegan pudding.

Cherry Vegan Pudding

This cherry vegan pudding is so easy to make and is raw so no cooking. It is great for a hot summer day. The best part of this pudding is that it is delicious and filled with nutrients.
When you eat cherries, you enjoy much more than just their amazing taste. They’re packed with antioxidants and offer many health benefits, including help with insomnia, joint pain, and belly fat. Cherries could be just what the doctor ordered. Learn the 11 Health Benefits of the Beautiful Cherry
Course Dessert
Cuisine gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian
Keyword cherry, Gluten-free, pudding, Vegan, vegetarian
Author Diana Herrington

Ingredients

  • 1 large ripe banana
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup cashew nuts soaked
  • 1 cup cherries fresh or frozen can be used

Instructions

  • Place the cashews in a bowl and cover them with water. Soak the cashew nuts in clean water for 3-4 hours.
  • Drain the water from the cashew nuts.
  • Next, make the vanilla pudding. Blend the banana in a blender.
  • Add the cashew nuts and vanilla, blend until creamy.
  • Put the pudding in the refrigerator for 20 to 40 minutes to thicken.
  • Cut the cherries in half and remove the pits.
  • Now simply mix the cherries into the vanilla pudding.
  • You can sprinkle some raw cashews on top.
  • Now eat and enjoy your cherry vegan pudding!

Notes

I use only healthy Ingredients: banana, cashew nutsclean watercherries.

Variation: For another variation, if you have more time, you can make it pretty by assembling it in a glass bowl.
*Put 1/3 of the vanilla pudding in the bottom of the bowl.
*Then add 1/2 of the cherries, and then put another 1/3 of pudding on top.
*Add the rest of the cherries and top it off with the rest of the vanilla pudding.
 

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 Cherry Pecan Dark Chocolate Bar: This is totally decadent chocolate that everyone loves that I gave samples to.  This is just one of the recipes from the Chocolate Project where I carefully teach you how to make all the healthy chocolate you would ever want.

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You can use frozen blueberries. Talk about a fast way to prepare pudding; it took me only 5 minutes to prepare.

 Raw Carob Pudding – I was inspired to make this for my friend Edward; he eats 100% raw food and loves carob. The first try I made was good but not as good as I knew it could be so this second try is delicious.

More Pudding Recipes for You

Easy to Make Yummy  Millet Pecan Pudding (Vegan and Sugar-free) – Once you have cooked the millet, this Millet Pecan Pudding is very simple to make. It is for sure tasty and so healthy without sugar so you can have it for breakfast. And it has no milk or eggs which makes it a great vegan dessert. Also, what I like is that there is no sugar added. The raisins add some sweetness and then the healthy stevia does the rest making it sweet and yummy.

 Delicious Carob Banana Pudding – This carob banana pudding is so simple and fast to make. It is a delicious dessert.

 Indian Pudding is Traditional, Vegan and So Yummy – This traditional Indian pudding is an old favourite of mine that I make vegan. Indian pudding is not the most beautiful of desserts but it is for sure tasty. Some people like to call it Native Indian but it seems like Indian pudding is the name for it still all over the internet. Cornmeal is the main ingredient in this pudding. It is a delicious gluten-free grain that has been around for centuries.

Luxurious Brown Rice Pudding – This brown rice pudding and the creamy sauce that goes with it, is sugar-free, dairy-free, and egg-free and it tastes great! It is a favorite dessert of mine that has gone through many changes throughout the years. I often do not even bake it; just cook it on top of the stove in a pot until it is the consistency I like.

Prune Fruit Pudding with Custard – This prune fruit pudding made with the fruit compote is so delicious. What makes this pudding so special is being topped with the vegan custard. Also, what I really like about it is that there is no sugar added.

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Diana Herrington

Diana has been writing about natural health and wellness for over 20 years. Having used foods to heal her own body, she now shares her wisdom with others.

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9 Comments

  1. Re: Cherry Vegan Pudding
    How much water is needed to soak the cashews without losing to much of the natural flavor?

  2. I am confused , this recipe states ” Now simply mix the cherries into the vanilla pudding.”, am I making the vanilla pudding or buying the boxed vanilla pudding ?

    1. Meg. I have updated the recipe directions to make it clearer. Apologies, I was assuming that it was realized that you were making a raw vanilla pudding. Thank you for you question as I like to make my recipe directions very clear.

    1. Karen, you can try soaked raw almonds. Problem is that they are not as creamy as cashews. Perhaps you could remove the skins and add a little coconut oil. If you do this, I would be very interested in learning how it worked for you. Wishing you the best in this.

  3. Hi
    I tried making the cherry pudding. I did not have good results. When you put the banana in the blender, and then the soaked cashews, what liquids do you put in with it. Otherwise, it does not mix well.

    Janith

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