HOMEMADE CHIA SEED PUDDING
Over the past few months, I regularly saw Chia seed pudding on Pinterest and decided to give it a try myself. Soaked chia seeds transform into a kind of gel, which is slowly absorbed by your body. You will therefore also be quite 'full' after eating this chia seed pudding.
CHIA SEED AS A SOURCE OF FIBER
These fun black chia seeds are packed with fiber, protein and a lot of iron. Because the nutritional advice is to consume 1 tablespoon of chia seed per day, I would not advise you to eat this chia seed pudding every day, but just as a change. And I will honestly tell you that after eating this chia seed pudding the seeds literally went to my head! I was full of energy!
This chia seed pudding also works great as a powerrr afternoon snack! If necessary, halve the recipe. But above all, this chia seed pudding is very tasty as a cold breakfast after a sweltering summer night!
20 gr chia seeds (about 2 tbsp)
100 ml Fairtrade coconut milk
30 grams of blueberries
1 tbsp zero carb sweetener*
1 tsp almond shavings pinch of cinnamon
Place the chia seeds, almond milk, half of the blueberries, honey or aguava syrup and cinnamon in a large mug or pitcher and stir well. Then place in the fridge and let the seeds soak overnight. The next morning, stir the chia seed pudding well to remove any lumps.
Pour the chia seed pudding into a glass and top with the remaining blueberries and almond shavings. Spoon up right away!