AuthorDannielle IllingworthCategory, , DifficultyBeginner

This is one of my favourite snacks - high in protein and omega 3 fats, high in fibre and a number of essential minerals, and it kinda tastes like a dessert! Winning.

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsTotal Time5 mins

 2 tbsp chia seeds
 ½ cup water or milk
 your choice of toppings

1

Soak chia seeds in liquid - preferably overnight - or until liquid is completely absorbed.  I find the easiest way to do this is put the chia seeds and liquid in a jar, shake it up and leave it soak in there.

2

Top with whatever you like - my favourite is 3 tbsp greek yoghurt, 1 tbsp almond butter, 1/3 banana (sliced) and a handful of blueberries.

Notes:
3

For toppings, try: yoghurt, berries, banana, stone fruit, mango, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, almond butter or other nut butters, bee pollen, cacao nibs, buckwheat kernels.. the options are endless!

Ingredients

 2 tbsp chia seeds
 ½ cup water or milk
 your choice of toppings

Directions

1

Soak chia seeds in liquid - preferably overnight - or until liquid is completely absorbed.  I find the easiest way to do this is put the chia seeds and liquid in a jar, shake it up and leave it soak in there.

2

Top with whatever you like - my favourite is 3 tbsp greek yoghurt, 1 tbsp almond butter, 1/3 banana (sliced) and a handful of blueberries.

Notes:
3

For toppings, try: yoghurt, berries, banana, stone fruit, mango, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, almond butter or other nut butters, bee pollen, cacao nibs, buckwheat kernels.. the options are endless!

Chia Pudding