This vegan pumpkin pudding tastes great by itself or you can also put it in your favorite pie crust making ‘Pumpkin Pie’. What I love about it is that it is vegan and that means no cow’s milk. Also, it is refined sugar-free and full of delicious superfoods. Pumpkin is the main superfood in this recipe which is full of health benefits. Also, it is easy to make.
Vegan Pumpkin Pudding Recipe Ingredients
Pumpkin is loved by everyone! Whether you are growing a 2,623.5 pound pumpkin, eating a delicious bowl of Pumpkin Stew, or going for a second piece of pumpkin pie, we know it is a special food in the fall. This pumpkin superfood is full of antioxidants to help you reduce the risk of cancer and the right nutrients for healthy eyes and beautiful skin. Learn all about Pumpkin, Largest Superfood Full of Health Benefits
Arrowroot and Kudzu
Arrowroot and kudzu are high-quality starches that will add amazing texture and taste to your pudding. I’m happy I discovered them in my macrobiotic (grain-based diet) days. I used to bake with cornstarch like most people — which is not a healthy ingredient. Find out more about Arrowroot for Gluten-Free and Vegan Recipes.
Arrowroot Flour Organic – Kate Natural
USDA Certified organic arrowroot powder, Gluten-Free, Non-Gmo & Grain-FREE – Kate’s arrowroot powder/starch is a perfect healthy choice for anyone on a Paleo diet.
Millions of people are using packaged Almond Milk because they believe it is a ‘healthy milk alternative.’ I make my own almond milk which is easy to do as well as affordable and way better for the environment. The almond milk makes this a vegan pumpkin pudding dessert. Food To Live Organic Almonds (Raw, No Shell, Unpasteurized) (4 Pounds)
As I don’t use sugar for my baking I often use stevia which is the healthy option. Stevia is a plant that is incredibly sweet and also incredibly good for you. The leaf is 30 times sweeter than sugar while extracts are 300-400 times sweeter. The best stevia will, therefore, be the one that retains some whole-food value and is water-based. Liquid forms will be less processed. Go here to learn How to Get the Best Stevia Without the Bitterness. We don’t want to put sugar into this healthy pumpkin pudding.
Thick, dark, syrupy, sweet blackstrap molasses is more than something to make candy or cookies with; it has many benefits, from helping prevent cancer to getting rid of grey hair. Molasses is a sugar but we only use 1 teaspoon in the pumpkin pudding recipe. It gives it a bit of flavour like the spices do and so only a little for the whole recipe.
It is a superfood full of health benefits. Learn the 7 Blackstrap Molasses Health Benefits.
Meridian – Organic Molasses Pure Blackstrap is very good. – 740g Blackstrap Molasses
Brown Rice Syrup
Lundberg Syrup Brown Rice Syrup is a healthy sugar that I only use a little of.
- Lightly sweet, amber-colored and smooth
- A nutritive sweetener that is about half as sweet as sugar
- A tasty alternative for those who watch their sugar intake
- Bake with it, pour it over ice cream or pancakes or stir it into your morning coffee
Himalayan Salt is actually good for you! 100% NATURAL PINK & CERTIFIED: Sherpa Pink Himalayan Salt which you can get at the Amazon link above is Kosher Certified, Non-GMO, and does not contain any MSG, Soy, Gluten, Dairy, or anti-caking agents.
Ginger is a wonderful herb superfood full of health benefits. Spicy aromatic ginger adds a unique flavour to meals, beverages and this delicious pumpkin pudding. The many wonderful health benefits of ginger also cause the cells of my body to glow with gratitude.
This spice adds an important flavour to the pumpkin pudding. When we think of cinnamon we usually imagine delicious pastries or a hot drink but cinnamon is also full of health benefits. These benefits are backed by valid scientific research. It is helpful in lowering “bad” HDL cholesterol levels to lowering blood sugar levels.
Time to make this delicious vegan pumpkin pudding!
Pumpkin Pudding Recipe
- 2 cups roasted pureed pumpkin
- 1/4 cup almond or coconut milk
- 3 Tbsp brown rice syrup
- 1 tsp blackstrap molasses
- 1 tsp stevia liquid
- 1 tsp cinnamon ground
- 1 tsp allspice ground
- 1/2 tsp nutmeg ground
- 1/4 tsp ginger ground
- 1/4 tsp Himalayan salt
- 1/4 cup arrowroot starch
- Cut the pumpkin in half and remove the seeds.
- Now roast the pumpkin for 20 to 30 minutes till soft.
- Preheat oven to 350º F.
- Lightly oil a 9-inch casserole dish.
- Blend pumpkin and almond milk till it is a puree.
- Add the rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth. You will have to stop and scrape the sides a few times so it is all thoroughly blended.
- Pour into a casserole dish and bake for about 45 - 60 minutes.
- Or into small one serving sized baking dishes and bake for 25 - 30 minutes.
- Allow it to cool on the counter. Then refrigerate to chill before serving.
- Now serve and enjoy your homemade pumpkin pudding.
If you enjoyed this vegan pumpkin pudding, try these delicious pumpkin recipes:
Delicious Creamy Vegan Pumpkin Soup – With onion, ginger, spices and sweet pumpkin, this pumpkin soup is delicious! I love that it is vegan creamy without all that cow’s milk. The pumpkin seeds on top add a lovely crunch.
Delightful Pumpkin Stew For One of Your Fall Meals – It is fall, so it’s ‘Stew’ time and I think you’re going to love this ‘Vegan Pumpkin Stew’ recipe! Fall is when I start making lots of vegan stews because they are heartening, nourishing and so easy to make. I have to say that summer is my favourite season, but there is so much beauty at this time of the year. I love walking amongst the beautiful fall leaves.
Pumpkin pudding is so good and there are many more pudding recipe for you.
More Tasty Pudding Recipes
Luxurious Brown Rice Pudding – This is a creamy vegan brown rice pudding without added sugar and of course very delicious.
Deluxe Quinoa Pudding (vegan & gluten-free) –This is an extra special quinoa pudding made from my favorite grain that as we now know is really a seed. You can simply cook it on top of the stove in a pot till it is the consistency you like, but baking it makes it extra yummy!
Delicious Vegan Banana Pudding – another vegan dessert that is very quick, easy to make dessert and without any unhealthy added sugar.
Chia Pudding with Wild Blueberries is Vegan Keto and Yummy – This is a super easy creamy vegan chia pudding with wild blueberries. It is paleo and keto friendly too. The use of chia seeds makes if very filling and nutritious.
You can use frozen blueberries. Talk about a fast way to prepare pudding; it took me only 5 minutes to prepare.
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.
Join one of the many vegan courses at Real Food for Life. Experience eating lots of vegetables and fruits for two days a week for a month. It will help you integrate plant foods into your diet.