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Simple Chia Pudding



What's for breakfast? If you're looking for something simple that doesn't require turning on the stove or oven, give this chia pudding a try. I prep this the night before so that it's ready to go for breakfast the next morning.


Chia seeds are a nutrient-dense food. They pack quite a punch without a bunch of calories. One ounce of chia seeds contains 11 grams of fiber, 4 grams of plant-based protein, plus a decent amount of healthy fat, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus.


Ingredients:


Directions:

  • Pour the non-dairy milk into a jar. Add the chia seeds and maple syrup, and stir vigorously to mix everything together.

  • Place the jar in the fridge overnight.

  • Optionally, you can top the pudding with fruit or any other toppings that you desire.


I like buying frozen fruit and thawing it out overnight. Then I pour it over the chia pudding the next morning. Lately, I've been loving mango and berries. I've also tried topping chia pudding with shredded coconut, nuts, and cacao nibs.