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Vata-Perfect Ayurvedic Desserts

As a Vata, you are always on-the-run and full of energy; new experiences are your thing. An exciting life that is full of fast-paced activities is exactly what you’re all about. Expressive, creative, and a powerhouse are just a few things to describe you! Staying away from cold, dry, light, astringent, bitter, and clear foods is best for you, Vata. Try incorporating more foods that are salty, sour, and sweet into your diet. It is best to keep it together, as you know when you are out of balance you can become anxious, worried, overwhelmed, and stressed. Who has any time for that? Certainly not you! Enjoy our dessert picks that are quick to make and won’t cause you any of that unwanted negativity.

Wild Persimmon Pudding

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There’s all kinds of puddings out there, but have you given wild persimmon pudding a try? Well, you should…especially because it only takes ten minutes the most to make! Gather your essentials like almond milk, baking soda, eggs, raw sugar, mineral salt, and vanilla extract. Combine those with cinnamon, ghee, dried ginger, molasses, nutmeg, spelt flour, and the main attraction- persimmons. View the recipe here and take this dessert on the go or enjoy at home!

Chai Spiced Yogurt

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Chai it up, Vata! The Chai Spiced Yogurt will be the cooling snack you need for a packed day. Cardamom, yogurt (homemade preferred), cinnamon, nutmeg, and raw sugar are all you’ll need to whip this up. Read up on the recipe, blend it up, share, and enjoy!

Sweet Potato Pie

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You’ll love this one! Want something sweet? This recipe is the ultimate alternative to satiate your sweet tooth. Almond milk, cinnamon, eggs, ghee, nutmeg, raw sugar, vanilla extract, and the main ingredient, sweet potato, will give you the sweet treat you need. Sweet potato pie is more than just a dessert that tastes good, it actually leaves you without the dreaded “too full” feeling.

Apple Sauce with Ginger and Ghee

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Remember those yummy apple sauces you used to eat as a kid? Here’s a Vata-friendly twist on the traditional kind you’re used to. The warm and soft texture of apple sauce is sure to keep you comfortable. Cooked apples, ghee, dried ginger, and raw sugar are all you’ll need to incorporate a childhood favorite into an ayurvedic lifestyle.

And last but not least:

Dosha Pops

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We know you love them! As a Vata, the “Chai Me Up” or “Inner Glow” are your go-to flavors. Eat these on those days when you know you’re going to really need a pick-me-up!

These snacks are specially tailored for the Vata diet, especially since it is well known that Vata’s tend to have a digestive system on the delicate side. Be sure to try these all out in a peaceful environment, which is where a Vata eats the best in. Indulge in larger quantities, as long as all of your snacks are fully cooked and nothing is left raw. An even better advantage? All of these desserts incorporate similar ingredients, so make the most out of them and try them all.

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