The EASIEST healthy chia pudding recipe
Recently I asked my followers on instastory if they ever tried chia seeds pudding, and a shockingly 73% of them said they never have!
This was a clear indication for me that it’s time to introduce this easy yet healthy chia seeds pudding recipe.
Chia seeds are definitely worth all the hype around them - learn more about them & their health benefits in THIS blog post.
If you thought that the previous recipe for chia jam was easy, then chia pudding will hardly look like cooking at all... in fact, you don’t even need to turn on your cooker!
This easy, quick to make recipe needs only 3 ingredients for the base pudding + toppings of your choice!
Ingredients for large 2 portions
- 80 grams of chia seeds
- 400 ml of plant milk of your choice
- Sweetener of your choice - agave or maple syrup, honey or low-calorie sweetener
That’s it. Put all the ingredients together, give it a good stir and store in the fridge for a few hours.
What other recipes don’t tell you, and I had to learn for myself is that chia pudding won’t be smooth. Once the mixture thickens there will be large lumps in the ready pudding, that’s why it’s better to prepare it in a big bowl - so you can give it a good stir to break up any lumps. Don’t worry - they are not very hard to break up though. It’s also not the best idea to prepare it in the pretty bowls or jars you are going to serve it in.
Once pudding will be ready & lump free, transfer it to your serving bowls and add any toppings you fancy!
- Chia jam (click to learn how to make it!))
- Fresh fruits like banana or berries, mango, kiwi
- Dark chocolate
- Honey or maple/agave syrup
- Coconut, nuts, seeds
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