I was rather chuffed to be made an Indigo Herbs Ambassador recently. I have used a number of their ingredients in my recipes and I really love what they stand for in respect of the fact that their products are organic and their aim is to offer the finest natural health products at affordable prices. Indigo Herbs is based in the “Alternative Lifestyle” capitol – Glastonbury, Somerset, UK.
I have previously shared a recipe for gluten free reindeer biscuits as well as one for raw cacao, goji berry and baobab chocolate bark which I found fairly straightforward to come up with, however, when they sent me some lucuma powder I have to admit to being a little bit stumped!
One of the things I miss since cutting a majority of refined sugar and dairy out of my diet is basically anything chocolate! But, chocolate does not have to be bad for you if it is in raw form and when it is combined with some other superfoods.
When I came up with this pudding, I let Grace try one as well and I have to say that these have quickly become one of our favourite treats. It really does feel like you are eating some sort of decadent mousse from a restaurant!
If you would like to win a pack of lucuma powder from Indigo Herbs and try this recipe for yourself, then scroll to the bottom of this post.
- 2 tsp lucuma powder
- 2 tbsp chia seeds
- 1 tbsp cacao powder
- 1 tsp maca powder
- 1 cup oat milk
- 1 tsp of agave syrup
- Sprinkle of cacao nibs
- Whisk the oat milk and chia seeds together making sure they don't clump together
- Whisk in cacao powder, maca powder, agave syrup and lucuma powder
- Pour into two small jars or bowls
- Place in the fridge, preferably overnight or for at least seven hours
- Sprinkle with cacao nibs and serve cold
If you would like a chance to win one of two packs of lucuma powder from Indigo Herbs, simply retweet the tweet below (click on the date to take you across to Twitter) and make sure that you are following Indigo Herbs on Twitter. Closes on Friday 20th May 2016 at 12pm. Terms and conditions can be found here: Indigo Herbs lucuma powder TandCs
— Victoria Welton (@VicWelton) May 6, 2016
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