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Roasted Peach Tapioca Pudding

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Pudding for breakfast? Yes please! That is what has been going on around here. Have you ever roasted peaches? Have you ever made tapioca pudding? I love little tapioca pearls, they add such a fun texture to your pudding. Usually tapioca pudding is made with eggs and cream. I lightened my recipe with low fat creamy coconut milk.

Tangy peaches, smooth coconut and tapioca combine to make a dreamy flavor filled experience.

Let’s make some pudding!

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Soft, fuzzy peaches are seen all over the local farmers’ market.

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I love to roast all kinds of fruit. Earlier this summer I was roasting strawberries like crazy…

Did you have a chance to try my Citrus Roasted Strawberry Parfaits?

You can also bake a batch of  my Sunny Strawberry Sandwich Cookies. Those use roasted strawberries too.

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Come to think of it, both of those recipes would be great with these roasted peaches. Just swap out the strawberries for peach ~ or use both!

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Coconut is a favorite here as well. All summer I have been making vegan ice cream.

I use it a whole lot in shakes and smoothies too.

You can also find coconut in my breakfast bakes ~ Blueberry Coconut Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal.

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This pudding helps to energize us for the beautiful summer days we are enjoying here in Telluride, CO.

Tapioca is a gluten free starch extracted from cassava ~ it is loaded with carbs that get burned quickly with all of our fitness.

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These photos were taken on mountain bike rides,

hilly hikes…

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And impromptu fishing trips on the creek….

Sometimes we even fish on the sidewalk ~ it is all good over here.

Little kids in North Face jackets fishing

My larger camera is often with me, but I also enjoy the casual, light quality of my iPhone.

Sometimes it is nice to have a small click that I can fit in my pocket.

The sun comes and goes throughout the day. Thunderous monsoon rain storms occur frequently. They are followed by glorious bluebird skies. I love the drama of living in the mountains…

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I am not sure where the time is going. So many great memories are created each day.

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We embrace the passage of time with smiles, giggles and lots of great food.

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Have you ever made tapioca pudding? What special ingredients do you like to add to yours?

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Tapioca Pudding Recipe Links

~ Marla Meridith

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38 thoughts on “Roasted Peach Tapioca Pudding

  1. any one component of this and I’d be so happy
    the peaches – oh they look so gorgeous after the roasting
    the pearls & tapioca – delish
    the vegan creme – I have been coveting this ever since your post about it a month or so ago

    the images – just breathtaking. Sunset magazine and Martha Stewart will be calling soon!

  2. I lovvvve tapioca.. and peaches! I definately will be trying this out soon! Do you think I could use “Instant” Tapioca pearls? I know that that is not ideal, but I think we have some in the back of the cupboard that need to be used up.

    1. Andrea, you can try those – though I never have. I am sure it will turn out great!! Just follow the package directions for the tapioca you do have.

  3. Great idea – roasting peaches. I like the small sago tapioca pearls and make a Thai Coconut Tapioca pudding. Great pics and fun family memories!

  4. I love your recipe for peach tapioca pudding. Your photography is great and makes the pudding look sooo good. I live in Evergreen CO and I love the mountain pictures as well. You should check out my site. I am a registered dietitian and I have a gluten free living site.

  5. I can’t believe it but I’ve never had tapioca pudding. But this recipe with those beautiful roasted peaches has me craving a first try. So pretty, lovely colours. You always have the healthiest, tastiest looking recipes.

  6. I have never made tapioca pudding before but have always wanted to! My Mom used to make it all the time when I was a kid. I love the combination of flavors, Marla!