Chia Seed Pudding…
A classic that never goes out of style!

Chia Seeds are a great source of fiber, zinc, calcium, protein and also Omega 3 fatty acids, which I talked about in this post

Chia Seeds Pudding is best prepared the night before, so it’s a win win, if you don’t have time in the morning.

You can literally prep this exact breakfast in a Glass jar, top it with fruit and nuts in the morning and take to work with you!

Also this is the kinda breakfast that is super easy to eat a the desk, or sneakily in the coffee shop while sipping on your latte 😉


Grab a glass jar or a cereal bowl and pour in your milk. I tend to use Coconut as it tastes rich and yummy with the tropical fruits!:-))

Slowly and gradually add your chia seeds while constantly stiring.

Keep stirring for 3 to 5 min to make sure there aren’t any clumps in your milk.

Then add, a drop of Vanilla and your sweetener and stir again for a few seconds.

Close your jar, or cover your ceral bowl and leave in the fridge,

Take another small bowl or Jar and prepare the fruits you will be adding in the morning. Cover and put back in the fridge.

Wake up in the morning, add your fruits mix to the Chia Mix. Also add any nuts and seeds you have around (My favourite are Brazil, hazelnuts!) to the mix!

Eat straight away or take with you to work x



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