Should we call this carob pudding or is it carob parfait? While it looks like the latter, parfait is traditionally associated with custard. So we will stick with pudding. Although if you ask us, it doesn’t really matter! The decadent profile of Raspberry Matcha Carob Pudding will make you care less about the name. Easily adaptable to your taste, you will be glad to know that it is very forgiving. The approach is simple but it also looks like a well-choreographed hierarchy of nutritious ingredients. Layers of carob-sweetened yoghurt, matcha-yoghurt, fresh raspberries, carob chips and granola will make anyone want to dig in immediately.
What Carob Powder To Use
The appearance and sweetness of Raspberry Matcha Carob Pudding will depend on the type of carob powder that you use. Roasted carob powder tends to have a sweeter and darker in color profile. Raw carob powder lends a delicately sweet and slightly less dark in color profile. Whichever you decide to choose, just know that both taste amazingly good!
Ingredients for Raspberry Matcha Carob Pudding
Frozen raspberries can also be used if you want to make this carob pudding a colder snack. It’s excellent for cooling off on those hot summer days. The proportions we listed are simply a guideline that will offer a visually-appealing even appearance in layers. However, indulge and or lessen the ingredients based on your preference. If you’d prefer to top this with carob whipped cream, feel free to do so!
RECIPE: Raspberry Matcha Carob Pudding
- Divide the yoghurt into two small bowls. Add carob powder to one of the bowls and mix well. The other bowl with matcha. Mix until well-combined.
- In a separate smaller container, combine the carob chips to the granola mix.
- In two serving cups or bowls, layer carob yoghurt mixture, raspberries, matcha yoghurt mixture, and carob chip-granola.
- Dust with carob powder. Add additional toppings if desired.