Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

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Looking for a tasty dessert, snack, or decadent breakfast that you can enjoy guilt-free? Next time you have a chocolate craving, look no further than this chocolate chia seed pudding. It’s made with three simple ingredients including chia seeds, which have tons of antioxidants, fiber, and omega 3’s. You can prep this amazing recipe the night before and have it as a tasty breakfast, afternoon snack, or save it for dessert. Watch as we show you how to make this easy chia seed pudding in just a few short steps.

All you’ll need to make this recipe is chocolate cashew milk, chia seeds, and a little salt. You can also add fresh toppings like whipped cream (it’s easy to make homemade whipped cream without all the artificial additives) unsweetened coconut flakes, raspberries, granola, and more! Choose whatever fresh berries are in season or whatever strikes your fancy. You’ll combine your main three ingredients and stir together until well-mixed. Next, you’ll let the mixture sit overnight until it thickens up. In the morning, this chia seed pudding is ready to be enjoyed and topped with whatever healthy add-ons you like!

If you’ve never had chia seed pudding before, it’s delicious and fills you up even though recipes like this one are low-calorie. Plus, chia seeds pack a major nutritional punch: they’re loaded with good-for you protein and fiber (this recipe boasts 11 grams of fiber per serving!) and omega 3’s which help to fight inflammation. Each serving of this chia seed pudding is only 188 calories, meaning it’s the perfect low-calorie snack or addition to your breakfast that will keep you satiated without weighing you down. Try this healthy pudding on your own and see just how good simple, nutritious recipes can taste!

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