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Creamy dessert bowls with hazelnut, chocolate and banana

Creamy dessert bowls with hazelnut, chocolate and banana
Two recipes in one day? Yeah I am definitely going a little overboard here, but because I did not blog yesterday as planned (I took the day off and had sushi, lots of kitty cuddles and crazy amounts of candy with one of my best friends instead, haha oopsie!), then I though I would post both recipes today instead. I am really trying to stick with my little blog-schedule these days, I know have neglected the blog quite a bit with all the freelance jobs and deadlines I have had since returning from LA, but I am slowly getting back on track.

The second recipe of the day is for these yummy and indulgent, but still totally healthy dessert bowls! I love making these creamy dessert bowls on those days where I crave a sweet treat, but still want to keep it healthy. It is actually based on some of my chia pudding recipes, but I know a lot of you do not like the texture of those, so this is a super creamy version that does not have any of that chia pudding consistency! The key is to blend the chia pudding with a ripe banana and then you get the loveliest creamy dessert bowls ❤︎

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Creamy dessert bowls with hazelnut, chocolate and banana

Ingredients – 2 servings:
2 deciliter (equals 0.8 cup) hazelnut milk
3 tablespoons chia seeds – buy it right here (black) and here (white)
1/2 tablespoon pure vanilla powder – buy it right here!
1 1/2 tablespoon raw cacao powder – buy it right here!
A couple of drops of liquid stevia – buy it right here!
1/2 tablespoon pure maple sirup
1 ripe banana (brown dots)

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Creamy dessert bowls with hazelnut, chocolate and banana Creamy dessert bowls with hazelnut, chocolate and banana

Directions:
Add all ingredients – except the banana – to a bowl and stir well. Let the mixture rest in the fridge for a couple of hours until the chia seeds have soaked up the liquid and formed a pudding like consistency – you might need to stir it a couple of times. Then add the mixture to a blender along with the banana and pulse until nice and creamy. Pour the mixture into two bowls and add your toppings of choice – I topped mine with sliced banana, chopped dark chocolate (70% cacao) and peanut butter, so delicious!

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