Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Mango pudding and Baby Judy

We just made MANGO PUDDING. Easy as pie for my 9 month old granddaughter ! See -
Judy is showing you that it's fun to touch!AND FUN TO EAT!
I found this from the "Raw Food Primer" by Chef Suzanne Alex Ferrara
2 T. ground flax seed
1 whole mango cut up into pieces
1/2 T maple syrup
1/4 tsp vanilla
touch of nutmeg
I put it all in my vita mix - refrigerate before serving.
Mmmmm.. Chef Suzanne said, "I like to serve this pudding
to little girls at tea parties. Elegant glasses are a must!"


Blogger BlissChick said...

I just happen to have a ripe mango. I'll be making this for dessert tonight, yum!

9:49 AM

Blogger Grandma Cookies said...

You will LOVE it cold....but I couldn't wait!

3:28 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Baby Judy is SOOOOO cute! It doesn't seem like it's been 9 months since she was born. I'm going to try the mango pudding tomorrow.

8:19 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

maw in the raw,
I made the mango pudding, it is so good! I want to share one with you:
1 cup young coconut meat
1/4 cup virgin coconut butter
1/2 cup agave syrup
1 TBS ground ginger
1/8 tsp. ground cinnamon
2 tsp. vanilla flavor
1 avocado
1/2 cup lime juice
Blend in Vita-Mix, chill
Please try this, You will be in heaven!!!!!!!!!

9:08 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...


your granddaughter is soooooo cute!


9:47 AM

Blogger Grandma Cookies said...

Thanks Jen - my granddaughter is also named after me. What fun! Now - go make that Key Lime Dream Cream Pudding! Whoa it's so good!

4:37 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah, when school and work let up, and i actually find time, I'll make it!! So Gina, Caleb, and baby Judy are staying with you for awhile? Cool. I'm amazing at how you've gotten family involved in eating raw. What's your secret!? Jen

9:51 PM

Blogger Grandma Cookies said...

Hi Jen - it doesn't make too much time to make that Key Lime dessert - and you'll thank me for it - truly. Well, really you can thank Sheri for it!
Yes - Gina and her family get to stay until the middle of June. They were raw before they came for a visit. 3 out of 5 daughters enjoy the "raw scene". I am LUCKY! I might buy the others the book, "THE CHINA STUDY". It is the most informative book I have ever read about the "why we should go raw - or close to it." (get that book Jenny for your library - you will refer back to it over and over) Thanks Jen!

8:21 PM


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