Healthy Dessert Recipe – No Sugar Pumpkin Pudding


Alkaline DietThis recipe is very delicious. I had some right after I finished shooting the video.

This is a no guilt dessert, it contains no added sugar, just healthy stuff.

Your kids will even love this, if you have any. In the video she uses a vita-mix, but a good blender will suffice.

I filmed this for a doctor who works with dyslexic children. Avoiding sugar is part of her program. She seems to be getting good results. This is a great dessert recipe for folks wanting to follow an alkaline diet.

Healthy Dessert Recipe – No Sugar Pumpkin Pudding


Ingredient List for Healthy Pumpkin Pudding Recipe

  • 6 Organic free range eggs
  • 3 Sweet potatoes
  • 1 Squash
  • 1/2 can Coconut milk
  • 3 TBS Xylitol
  • Small piece of Ginger root
  • Dash of Cinnamon
  • Dash of Sea salt
  • Dash of Vanilla

Pumpkin PuddingPre-cook the sweet potatoes and squash. Then cover them with a towel, while they are still hot. This makes them easy to peel.

Put all your ingredients into the blender and blend well. Coat your pan with olive oil and pour the mix in.

Bake for an hour at 325 degrees.

Pumpkin Pudding dyslexiaEnjoy this tasty dessert. You could even have it as part of a meal.

This delicious dessert fits nicely into an alkaline diet plan. Consuming less sugar is great for weight loss and overall great health.

Candida thrives on sugar, so avoiding sweets can help.

If you have any healthy dessert ideas, please share using the comment box below.


3 thoughts on “Healthy Dessert Recipe – No Sugar Pumpkin Pudding

  • January 4, 2015 at 7:14 pm

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    for green tea simply for the reason that that 70 calories each day comes to twenty five thousand
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  • March 21, 2013 at 8:49 am

    In the recipe you say “squash”. do you mean pumpkin by that term or do you actually mean squash?

  • March 21, 2013 at 8:40 am

    What size can coconut milk? Can you substitute another sweetener such as honey or maple syrup?


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