Chia pudding looks more complicated to make than it really is!
The key to a good chia seed pudding recipe is water or almond milk (I like oat milk) and a little patience.
Ideally, you want the chia to soak overnight or at least 3-5 hours in the fridge. This will allow the chia seeds to gel. Then it’s time to combine your favorite flavors, fruits and other goodies to make it taste delicious!
Don’t know where to start? Here’s 4 simple chia pudding recipes to get you going:
If you’ve never tried chia seeds before, this recipe will certainly change your mind about them. Yes there’s more ingredients involved but the hardest work is chopping up your fruit and shredding coconut (optional).
Say what? Yes you heard right, this is everyone’s favorite sandwich mix but with a mega nutrient boost twist!
This simple recipe tastes great and is easy to make. Just use coconut milk, banana and chia seeds.
Whenever possible, Nate is mindful at what he puts into his body and is always looking to nature to thrive, both physically and spiritually. On a daily basis you can find him sipping a tall glass of green smoothie or eating a vegan burrito. He loves sharing his knowledge and deep appreciation for natural healing with the world.