Dragon Fruit Chia Seed Pudding
My daughters both share the same excitement about food that I do. Yesterday my older daughter and I went to Central Market to get fresh Cod and left with $270 worth of food. My family knows that if I say I'm going to Central Market, Whole Foods, or Costco, I will not leave there without spending at least $200. They can't get mad at me when they know this to be true.
While there, my daughter saw a dragon fruit and said she really wanted to try one. I told her to grab one. Have you ever tried dragon fruit? It is very pretty to look at as it has white flesh with black specks that look like chia seeds. Texture is similar to kiwi, very soft, and it is mild in flavor and slightly sweet. As soon as we got home, she was on Pinterest looking up recipes with dragon fruit. She found one for dragon fruit ice cream and showed it to me. It had 1 cup of sugar in it. I told her, I love your passion, but try again! Or take that recipe and tweak it to be healthier. She took that challenge on like a champ and literally created her own recipe. Again, for this recipe a high speed blender is recommended. It came out so good I had to blog about it! I asked for her to write it out for me, so here we go!!! Not only did she come up with one recipe, but 3!
Dragon Fruit Ice Cream/Sorbet/Chia Seed Pudding
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I hope you try my sweet baby's creation. Comment and share your thoughts! We'd love to hear them!