Rainbow Chia Pudding Is So Much Fun!
Rainbow Chia Pudding with King Zoom the Vegan Kid! Today he experiments with natural food colors, like turmeric and beetroot, in order to make different colored rainbow puddings. Kingston, a teen environmental and animal activist, is a wiz in the kitchen and is full of creative surprises in his recipes! Let’s see how he turns Chia Pudding into a rainbow of colors…
A SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD ACTIVIST MAKING A HUGE DIFFERENCE
Kingston Zoom Walters, also known as, King Zoom The Vegan Kid, is a seventeen-year-old vegan, neurodivergent, feminist social justice activist, and environmentalist.
He was born and raised vegan which led to his interest in animal activism. His early passion for speaking up against injustices towards animals, humans and the planet evolved into speaking at many events across North America.
Kingston uses his personal experiences to motivate others to take action when they see injustices. Whether it is smiling and acknowledging someone who may be living on the street or stopping trucks at a slaughterhouse. He has gained a reputation for inspiring others with his enthusiastic and passionate presentations.
Kingston’s activism has included bearing witness and stopping trucks at slaughterhouses, speaking at city hall to ask them to choose new ways of non-animal research, locking down bridges for climate change, and solo disruptions at places of violence.
Kingston also enjoys speaking to members of parliament to ask them to support bills that liberate animals. In 2018 his speaking and writing efforts led to the historical passing of Bill S-203, the ban of cetaceans in captivity at the Vancouver Aquarium, and the Ban of cetaceans in captivity in Canada.
You can see all of his adventures in activism on his evolving YouTube channel as well as his cooking show, “Monday Munchies”.
Kingston lives with his mom and rescued boxer dog, ‘Ms.Paisley’ in British Columbia, Canada. Check out his most recent book, “King Zoom’s Quarantine Cook Book: Plant-Based Recipes To Save Our Planet” available on BlurbBooks.
LET’S MAKE CHIA PUDDING!
Chia pudding is so simple to make, and it is full of awesome flavors and textures in every bite. This pudding is also one of those recipes you can make your own by adding your favorite toppings. There are only four main ingredients, then the rest of the magic is made by the toppings you choose. If you choose to make your pudding colorful, you would use natural food colors like turmeric for yellow, beetroot powder for red, and spirulina for blue. So much fun! This is a great recipe to make with the kids cause it’s fun to watch your food turn to beautiful rainbow colors. Give it a try.
Rainbow Chia Pudding
- in 3 separate a mason jars mix:
- 1/2 cup Nut milk
- 2 Tbsp. Chia Seeds
- 1 tsp. Agave
- 1 tsp. Vanilla
- For the color yellow add 1/8 tsp. turmeric
- For the color blue add 1/8 tsp. spirulina
- For the color red add 1/8 tsp. beet root powder
- Put your lids on and shake it up!
- Put in the fridge for 4 hours.
- Shake them up again and pour into a bowl
- Decorate with your favourite toppings:
- walnuts, coconut, granola, hemp seeds and raisins
THANK YOU FOR STOPPING BY FOR LUNCH
Thanks so much for joining us on this episode of #LunchBreakLIVE where Kingston showed us how to make these tasty, fun, and colorful chia puddings. The perfect recipe for family fun with the kids. Give it a try and let us know how you liked it. Take a photo of your finished puddings and tag @Unchained_TV on Instagram. Looking for other easy plant-based recipes to try? Hop on over to the #LunchBreakLIVE page, where we have a ton to choose from. Until next time…keep cookin’!
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