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I'm making chia seed pudding and like the consistent of coconut milk but hate the trans fats. Is there a good substitute?

I've tried 1% milk but think the end result is too thin.

asked by andrea over 3 years ago

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Susan W
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added over 3 years ago

Coconut milk (the good stuff in the can that contains coconut and that's it) contains healthy saturated fats, but no trans fats.

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Garlic Fiend
added over 3 years ago

There are reduced fat coconut milk out there, but I don't think the consistency will be the same, however it will be better than 1% milk. Frankly, if I'm making a dessert, unless I prefer the flavor of a lower calorie version, I go all out. I will just exercise more that week :)

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Emily Love
added over 3 years ago

I make chia seed pudding with almond milk and it's delicious! not sure if you would like the consistency if you didn't like 1% milk, but couldn't hurt to try?

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