The resulting pudding is deliciously thick and creamy, with so many health benefits! It can be vegan, gluten free, raw, paleo, low calorie, low carb, and keto friendly… and you can eat chia pudding for breakfast or a healthy dessert.
This recipe will keep 4-5 days in the fridge, so it’s great for meal prep.
Why You Should Try Our Kimera Chia Pudding
High in fiber, protein, and calcium It’s also high in B vitamins, iron, phosphorous, zinc, and magnesium.
Chia seeds are rich in Omega 3s Just 2 tbsp of chia seeds have the same amount of heart-healthy Omega 3s as four ounces of salmon.
They help keep you Satiated
Chia seeds can expand up to 10 times their size by soaking up liquid, which can help keep you hydrated and aid in the digestion process. They are a great source of energy and can help in weight loss.
Natural alternative to cornstarch or heavy cream The chia seeds naturally thicken the pudding, with no need to add any flour, starch, cream, eggs, or thickeners like xanthan gum or carrageenan.
A new flavor for every day of the week! Try some of the flavor variations below, or have fun coming up with your own. You can make chia seed pudding with almond milk, coconut milk, oat milk, yogurt, cashew cream, or even other liquids such as orange juice or coconut water.