For anyone wanting to get more seeds into their diet, this dish is packed with seeds, with a few nuts thrown in. The moisture of the grated pear is soaked up by the chia, linseeds and oats creating a ramekin circle asking for decoration. Really quick to put together and yet looks fab on a plate. Use any sort of nuts and seeds to decorate your plate, I threw in some coconut flakes and cranberries as well. Nice on it’s own as well as topped off with yoghurt. Surprising filling too, my tummy wasn’t rumbling until after 1pm today.
Ramekin Pear Seed Sensation (serves one)
- 1 pear grated (with skin on)
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds
- 1 tablespoon linseeds (or flax)
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons oats
Mix all of the above together and push into a ramekin dish. Leave for 30 minutes (or overnight). The seeds and oats will soak up the moisture and it will come out of the ramekin onto a plate keeping it’s shape.
- A mix of sunflower and pumpkin seeds, nuts (I used flaked almonds, pecans, walnuts) and some cranberries and coconut flakes. Or any combination that you fancy.
- Lovely with a topping of yoghurt and a bit more maple syrup
2 thoughts on “Ramekin Pear Seed Sensation”
ohmygosh!!!! this is sooooo beautiful!!! I could dig right in!! I did some nutell freak shake recipe up on the blog!!
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Thank you – and I love Nutella!