This creamy paleo tapioca pudding is the perfect dessert for when you feel like a bit of a treat. There is a ton of extras you can add to the pudding such as sliced mango or banana.
It is quite a simple dessert that doesn’t require much effort to get right. The hardest part of this recipe is mixing in the eggs without scrambling them. Simply follow the recipe and take your time when completing this part.
You can simply cook this up and allow it to cool completely before serving. This is perfect if you want to make the pudding ahead of time and have it for breakfast or as a cold dessert. Tapioca pudding is great both warm and cold so do whatever you like best.
As I mentioned above, you can add a ton of different extras to this dish for more flavour and nutrition. Personally, I love to have this with some summer berries such as raspberries and strawberries. It really just comes down to what you want to eat.
If you like seeing how things are done visually then be sure to check out the video above. It takes you through all the steps to making this delicious pudding.
Paleo Tapioca Pudding Recipe
3 cups coconut milk
2 Tbsp. honey
1 tsp. vanilla bean paste
2 egg yolks, beaten
¼ tsp. sea salt
Add the honey, salt, vanilla bean paste and bring to a boil over medium heat, stir constantly.
Once at a boil, reduce the heat to low and continue cooking for 5 minutes whilst stirring.
Remove 1 cup of the tapioca pudding and slowly mix into the beaten eggs. Gradually adding the pudding will help prevent the eggs from scrambling.
Once combined, add the egg mix into the pot and stir in with the rest of the pudding.
Cook on low for 2-3 minutes whilst stirring constantly, do this until the pudding has thickened.
Serve hot or allow to cool.
To avoid scrambling the eggs, very slowly mix in the pudding mix with the eggs. Adding it too fast may cause the eggs to scramble. Also avoid turning the temperature up too high on the stove when you mix it back into the main pudding mix.
You can leave the honey out but keep in mind that this will leave the pudding without a sweetener. Even though honey is paleo friendly it’s best to not to go overboard with it so I don’t recommend adding any more than the recommended amount.
As with most people on the paleo diet you may be after the nutritional information, if this is the case then you can find it right below. Please keep in mind this information is an estimate as I simply used an online tool to calculate it.
This information doesn’t take into account any extras that you might have with the pudding such as fruit.
Not really feeling like pudding but want something creamy and sweet that’s paleo friendly. If this is the case then you should check out the coconut paleo custard recipe, it’s creamy and goes perfect with some delicious summer fruits.
This paleo tapioca pudding is certainly delicious and I really hope that you end up agreeing. If you have some feedback, thoughts, tips or anything else then please feel free to leave a comment right below.