MY FAVORITE CHIA PUDDINGS

Chia seeds have become a must ingredient to have in our kitchen. Those little seeds are packed with amazing nutrients and do wonders in our body. Chia pudding is not only a superfood but also a way of expressing ourselves and show our personality. I believe you will agree that we all love being creative and having fun with arranging chia pudding combined with nice cream, a colorful smoothie, porridge, extravagant toppings – you name it – in all different shapes and sizes. I, myself, have a little collection of jars and glasses which I just use for the sake of a pretty Instagram picture. re not only beautiful but also a life saver when it comes to breakfast on the go. In this post, I would love to show you my 3 easy favorites.

 

4 Layers

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Chia pudding ingredients:

2 tbsp chia seeds

12 tbsp coconut milk

1 tsp spirulina

2 tbsp rolled oats

10 tbsp coconut milk

1 cup frozen mango

1 small frozen banana

Instruction:

Mix chia seeds with  12 tbsp coconut milk. Soak for 1 hour. Place 2/3 in a glass. Add spirulina to the rest and mix well. This is your green layer. For the third layer, mix rolled oats with 10 tbsp coconut milk. Blend frozen mango with banana in a high speed blender for the last layer. Topping: chocolate chips, almonds, blueberries, orange.

 

Pitaya chia pudding with mango sorbet

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Ingredients:

1 cup frozen mango

2 tbsp chia seeds

30 ml water

4 tbsp coconut milk

1/4 cup frozen pink pitaya

Instruction: 

In a glass, mix chia seeds with 10 ml water, stir then gradually add the rest of the water while continuing to stir. You will get a thick consistence. This is a trick of mine when I forget to soak chia seeds overnight. Add pink pitaya and coconut milk in a high speed blender. Blend until you get a deep pink milk then transfer to the chia pudding. Mix for a pretty pink chia pudding. Rinse your blender. For the sorbet, just mix the frozen mango (add a bit of water if necessary). For the layers, pour half mango sorbet first then about 3 tbsp chia pudding, sorbet and pudding. I topped my jar with white pitaya, oats and goji berries.

 

Spirulina Chia pudding

Photo: @Eatwithfingers

Ingredients:

2 tbsp chia seeds

1 tsp spirulina powder

10 tbsp coconut milk

Instructions:

Add chia seeds and spirulina powder in a bowl. Mix then add milk. Stir properly until you get a nice green/blue color. Leave in refrigerator for 20-30 minutes. Serve with fresh mango, shredded coconut and a banana.

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