Whether you have it for breakfast, as a healthy snack, or for dessert (after a light meal preferably), the chia seed pudding will work its wonders! It will give you a lot of energy and will satisfy you hunger.
The good thing with chia seeds pudding is that you can have it with any kind of fruits, dry fruits, nuts, etc.
For the base :
- Chia Seeds, 3 tablespoons
- Plant-based milk (oat, soy, rice, almond, etc.)
- OR plant-based yogurt
My favourite toppings are:
- Blueberries, blackberries, raspberries
- Goji berries
- Sliced almonds
(Not all at the same time though!)
In a little bowl or in a little jar : 3 tablespoons of chia seeds. Then, add the plant-based milk or yogurt, and stir for a good 2-3 minutes so the chia seeds don’t stick together.
Leave in the fridge for a couple of hours or overnight.
I usually add a few berries while I’m making the mixture, but I also add some fresh fruits once I take it our of the fridge.
If you feel a tiny bit lazy and can’t be bothered, just add one or two teaspoons of chia seeds in your yogurt, leave it for a few minutes, and eat up!