Coconut Mango Pudding: 3-Ingredient Healthy Dessert

This Coconut Mango Pudding is sheer delight. A dessert which is yummy and healthy too.

Coconut mango pudding- A healthy dessert made with just 3 ingredients. A no-cook, no-bake sugarless treat that tastes absolutely yum

The coconut and mango pudding is inspired by my friend Priya’s gorgeous mango parfait which she made a few weeks back. I love layered desserts set in individual glasses.

Coconut mango pudding- A healthy dessert made with just 3 ingredients. A no-cook, no-bake sugarless treat that tastes absolutely yum

I had ordered basil seeds/ sabja sometime back and this healthy coconut mango pudding was the perfect way to use them. My kids gave a big thumbs up for this one and I can’t wait to share this with you.

Coconut mango pudding- A healthy dessert made with just 3 ingredients. A no-cook, no-bake sugarless treat that tastes absolutely yum

So why would you want to make this coconut mango pudding?

  1. You need only 3 ingredients to prepare this.
  2. It is a no-cook, no-bake recipe.
  3. It’s a healthy dessert [ Sugarless! Yessss]
  4. It tastes amazzzzing!

Go ahead and make it before this mango season ends.


Love coconut? Try this coconut jello , you will love it!

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Coconut Mango Pudding: 3-Ingredient Healthy Dessert
Coconut mango pudding- A healthy dessert made with just 3 ingredients. A no-cook, no-bake sugarless treat that tastes absolutely yum
Coconut mango pudding- A healthy dessert made with just 3 ingredients. A no-cook, no-bake sugarless treat that tastes absolutely yum
Course dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 3 hours
Servings
Ingredients
Course dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 3 hours
Servings
Ingredients
Coconut mango pudding- A healthy dessert made with just 3 ingredients. A no-cook, no-bake sugarless treat that tastes absolutely yum
Instructions
  1. Mix the basil seeds with the coconut milk.
  2. Set aside in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours or until the basil seeds swell up. [If the coconut milk is very thick you may mix in 1/4 cup of water]
  3. Keep the pureed mango in the refrigerator too.
  4. Once the basil seeds 'swell up' add equal portions of this coconut-basil mixture into 2 dessert glasses.
  5. Top with chilled mango puree and serve.
Recipe Notes

The basil seeds may be substituted with chia seeds.

Use a sweet pulpy variety of mango for this dessert. [If the mangoes aren't sweet , you may have to add sugar to sweeten the puree] .

I have used a carton of store bought coconut milk which was of the consistency of fresh cream. This helped the coconut layer to have a nice thick creamy texture. In case you use homemade coconut milk avoid adding water.

 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Coconut & mango is a heavenly match. Love the pudding.

    1. Akila Subramanian says:

      Thankyou so much Vidya

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