Vegan malabi with sugar-free strawberry rose syrup
Vegan malabi with strawberry rose syrup & pomegranate arils is lighter in calories and flavour than the original. It's also gluten-free, paleo and diabetic friendly.
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine Israeli, Middle Eastern
Keyword dairy-free, gluten-free, pudding, rose syrup, strawberries, vegan
Prep Time 5minutes
Cook Time 15minutes
Resting Time 1hour
Total Time 1hour20minutes
Author Ksenia Prints
1cupcoconut milk / cream
6drops coconut Flavorall stevia drops
2-3drops vanilla extract
2heaping tablespoons cornstarchdissolved in a little cold water (cornstarch should look like white syrup without any lumps)
Sugar-free strawberry rose syrup:
1cupripe strawberriestrimmed and cut in halves
4-6drops strawberry Flavorall stevia dropsdepending on the sweetness of your berries, you may want to use more or less stevia
In a medium saucepan, combine coconut milk/ cream with water. Set to heat on medium heat; when the liquid is hot to the touch, add cardamom, coconut Flavorall stevia drops and vanilla extract and stir.
When liquid is boiling, lower heat gradually add in water-cornstarch mixture, constantly stirring. Stir for two minutes, taking care to avoid any lumps from forming.
Immediately pour vegan malabi into small glasses or ice cream bowls. Let cool in refrigerator for at least one hour, and preferably several hours.
Sugar-free strawberry rose syrup: in a blender, combine strawberries with stevia drops and rose water. Process until fully combined.
To serve, top each glass of chilled vegan malabi with sugar-free strawberry rose syrup, and your choice of toppings.
Vegan malabi with sugar-free strawberry rose syrup https://immigrantstable.com/vegan-malabi-with-strawberry-rose-syrup-and-pomegranate-arils/ October 20, 2016