This isn’t your grandma’s corn pudding. We’ve used Body Ecology Principles to give it a makeover, substituting our plant-based, diabetic-safe natural sweetener for refined sugar and flax milk for dairy.
Try this in your corn pudding and other favorite treats:
“I use BE Sweet in almost anything I want to sweeten, i.e., plain yogurt, smoothies, as examples. I do not use maple syrup, so this liquid is a great substitute in any recipe. Also, I enjoy the liquid sweetener on pancakes and waffles as a replacement for maple syrup.” – Rosemary
To support healing on the Body Ecology program, we recommend avoiding all sugars — including honey, molasses, corn syrup, dextrose, brown rice syrup, barley malt, agave, etc. — which feed candida yeast. Candida is an opportunistic organism that thrives when we eat a high-sugar, acid-forming, low-mineral diet.
Sugar, flour products, and unfermented dairy products are among the most damaging foods to the colon. Artificial or synthetic sweeteners — including sucralose, aspartame, and saccharin — can also potentially damage the gut and disrupt its balance.
This is why we’ve substituted Body Ecology’s BE Sweet in this recipe: Made with a special combination of allulose, monk fruit, and stevia, this clean-tasting sugar alternative is satisfying and safe to use as a one-to-one sugar swap. Note that sweet corn is only mildly starchy when cooked; if eaten raw, it’s a non-starchy vegetable.
- 1 can organic whole kernel corn (14-15 oz.)
- 2 eggs
- 2 tsp. BE Sweet
- ½ cup flax milk
- ¼ cup butter
- ½ tsp Celtic sea salt
- In a buttered oven-safe casserole dish, add eggs and beat.
- Add BE Sweet, flax milk, sea salt, and corn, and mix well using an immersion blender.
- Cut butter into pieces, and place on top of corn mixture.
- Bake at 350°F for 40 to 50 minutes, or until golden brown.
You can adjust the amount of sweetness as desired, using more, less, or none of the sweetener at all, and double or triple the recipe. Serve this tasty corn pudding as a dessert with one of our popular dinner recipes: like turkey burgers with sweet mustard sauce or spinach coconut soup.