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Are you as much a fan of figs as I? They are just little pockets of sweetness that give all the fall feels. The only downside to these beauties is that they are only in season for a short period of time (September- early October) so get them while you can! I have been experimenting with my favorite fig flavor combos this season and one that I keep coming back to is fig & coconut, for some reason it just works! let me know if you give this super easy delicious recipe a try!



Time: 5 minutes: prep | 1 hour: chill | 5 min: assembly

Yield: 2 servings


Coconut Chia Pudding Base

1/4 cup Chia Seeds

1 1/2 cups Plant Milk

2 tbsp Shredded Coconut

1 tsp Maple Syrup

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

1 tsp Cinnamon

Pinch of Sea Salt

For the Parfait

2 figs

2 tbsp fig jam

1 tbsp toasted pumpkin/ pepita seeds

pinch of cinnamon


Whisk all ingredients for coconut chia pudding base in a bowl till well combined. Let set in fridge for 1 hour or overnight, stirring occasionally.

To assemble, place sliced figs along the side of your jar, they should stick on their own. Then fill with a layer of chia pudding, a thin layer of fig jam, more chia pudding, and top with some toasted pumpkin seeds and cinnamon.

Enjoy :)



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