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Turmeric Figgy Pudding

The health properties of turmeric are well researched and documented, and so has gained respect the medical field for its antioxidant profile and ability to fight inflammation. Curcumin is the active compound in turmeric, though makes up just 3%, so use a curcumin supplement if you want to access the most potent benefits. Add black pepper anytime you use turmeric and this greatly increases its bioavailability. While my recipes are vegan, honey technically isn’t. You can substitute for date syrup if you wish, though honey tastes much better in this recipe and has superior health properties (if you buy raw, unrefined honey). If you do want to use honey, if you can support a local beekeeper, you can ensure that you get it from an ethical source.


Turmeric Figgy Pudding

Portion: 1


  • 250g dairy-free yoghurt
  • 2 fresh figs
  • 2 tsp raw honey or date syrup 
  • 1 tsp turmeric or curcumin extract
  • Pinch black pepper


  • Chopped or flaked nuts to top.
  • 1/2 tbsp chia seeds


  1. Mix the honey, turmeric and black pepper into the yoghurt (save a little yoghurt back if you want to make the white swirl). Mix if the chia seeds if using.
  2. Pour into a glass or bowl, add the swirl layer if you’d like along with slices of the fresh figs.

3. Add chopped or flaked nuts to top if desired!

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