Bryan Johnson's Nutty Pudding

  • Cardiovascular Health
  • Brain Function
  • Antioxidant Protection
  • Supports Muscle
  • Ingredients

    1/2 cup blueberries/raspberries/strawberries (your choice)

    3 cherries

    50-100 ml Milkadamia Milk Macadamia Unsweetned (or Oat milk)

    45 gr of ground macadamia nuts (3 tbsp)

    1/4 brazil nut

    10 gr of ground walnuts (2 tbsp)

    30 gr of chia seeds (2 tbsp)

    5 gr of ground flaxseed (1 tbsp)

    10 gr of sunflower lecithin (1 tbsp)

    3gr of Ceylon cinnamon

    1 to 4 scoop of Green Zero

  • Instructions

    1. Blend in the Fruit: Add three cherries and half a cup of your chosen berries (blueberries, raspberries, or strawberries) into the blender. Reserve the other half of the berries for topping. If using, pour in a small amount of pomegranate juice to enhance the fruity flavor and antioxidant content.

    2. Add Nuts and Seeds: Incorporate the walnuts and macadamia nuts into the blender.

    3. Incorporate Dry Ingredients: Add the Green Zero, sunflower lecithin, and Ceylon cinnamon to the mix.

    4. Pour the Milk: Start by adding nut milk to your blender, depending on how thick you prefer your smoothie. Almond, macadamia, or oat milk are excellent choices.

    5. Mix Thoroughly: Blend all the ingredients on high for 3 to 4 minutes until the mixture is smooth and well combined.

    6. Prepare to Serve: Pour the smoothie mixture into a bowl or dish.

    7. Add Toppings: Sprinkle the remaining berries on top of the smoothie for a fresh, appealing finish.

    8. Add protein (Optional): For an additional protein boost, consider adding 30 grams of pea protein to the blend before mixing.