Pudding? For breakfast? Sounds like a dream come true! Just make sure yours is made out of Chia seeds. Chia seeds have found themselves in the health limelight in the latter years. Packed with omegas, potassium, fiber, and magnesium, Chia seeds are great for boosting energy, improving endurance, and have been known to help regulate digestion.
You’ve might have read about read about Chia, and know you should add this healthy little seed to your diet and why. But finding ways to eat this seed on a regular basis can get tricky. This makes Chia pudding recipes the best of both words. Armed with a basic formula, you get to make an endless variety of treats that will help you get some of the awesomely healthy Chia seeds into your diet, and also provide a healthy breakfast or snack. Whether blended into breakfasts, baked into desserts, or adding that crunch to lunch; Chia seeds make a scrumptious and wholesome addition to just about any meal. Eating them is also an amazing way to stay hydrated as they absorb up to 10 times their weight in water.
These Chia seed pudding recipes are super nutritious to boot.
Sticky Bun Chia Seed Pudding is creamy, and is topped with maple sticky pecans for a bit of extra crunch and sweetness. It is incredibly easy to make, takes only about 10 minutes of total hands-on time, the freezing might take longer though. In addition, this pudding is full of good stuff like Chia seeds and Silk Unsweetened Cashew Milk.
This version of Chia Pudding is absolutely luscious, especially if you love mangoes. With a boost of antioxidants, fiber to keep you full for hours, and a scrumptious taste, you might just ditch store-bought yogurt parfaits completely. This dessert is healthy, quick, and perfect to whip up for dessert for any night of the week or even for larger parties.
This recipe is way healthier than the average holiday indulgence. This recipe requires no messing around in the kitchen – just a little bit of stirring and blending, put it in the fridge and your pudding is done. In addition, only 4 ingredients needed. Simply mix melted dark chocolate with coconut milk, blend raspberries and another cup of milk with the chia seeds, layer the two mixtures, and top with grated chocolate and fresh berries.
Recipes you can make ahead of time and eat on the go are always a favorite. Healthy, simple, easy-to-make chia seed pudding topped with chopped chocolate, pomegranate seeds, and shredded coconut. This chia seed pudding is marvelous, healthy and is packed with so much flavor!
It’s safe to say veggies taste great in almost everything—and this recipe ain’t no exception. Making this chia pudding for breakfast is a great way to kickstart your day and nourish your “friendly” bacteria. This pudding has all the probiotics, prebiotics, and other goodies inside to keep your tummy happy.
Sweetened with dates, vanilla extract, and maple syrup bulked, and chia seeds, this pudding leaves you feeling like every day is your birthday.
Sticking to five simple ingredients and optional toppings, you can pull together this recipe in a snap. Top it with chopped fruit preferably chopped tart cherries, oranges, pecans and unsweetened coconut flakes on top; and nuts and you have yourself a filling, nutrient dense, breakfast, lunch or snack..
This recipe is made with the real stuff such as, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, ginger and black pepper; and topped with whipped cream. To make this dessert, simply add nut milk, chia seeds, maple syrup, vanilla, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and black pepper together. After a quick whisk to combine, pop it in the refrigerator for four hours or overnight. Then, pour into glasses or bowls, top with coconut whipped cream and enjoy.
It’s the ideal vegan breakfast for cold mornings, or a healthy dessert. This pudding kicks things up a notch while served warm. And even better, it’s ready to eat in under 10 minutes.