5 Chia pudding recipes that taste like dessert

Oh chia! I love you so much! Not just because you are so healthy and you keep my stomach full, but because I have so many uses to get out of you. And most importantly, you can transform into an excellent dessert. Bottom line, I think I signed the life sentence with chia seeds.

If you are into desserts like I am, feel  free to bath into these oceans of flavors and colors, mashed into the most delicious 5 recipes to try right now!

  1. Blueberry almond chia seed pudding

Oh I forgot. I love forrest fruits too! Berries are so rich in antioxidants and are delicious too. You can quicly put all the ingredients in a jar and take it anywhere with you. It’a nutritious and sweet healthy candy for your taste buds. Oh and you can easily replace berries with raspberries or whatnot.

  1. Apple cinnamon chia seeds pudding

When I want a quick breakfast or snack I use to throw in a bowl some yoghurt, apple cinnamon and maybe honey. This follows the same principle. It’s ready in less than 10 minutes. Simply warm up the milk (let it simmer, not boil), stir in the chia seeds, let sit, and top with apple slices, coconut flakes, and cinnamon. Tip: Sauté diced apple with cinnamon and a teaspoon of maple syrup for an even more pie-like meal.

  1. Mango coconut chia seed parfait

Mango and chia seed go hand in hand. They are perfect together. All you have to do is add diced fresh mangoes to a base made with coconut milk, chia seeds, shredded coconut and maple syrup. This mix will give you enough fiber and antioxidants to keep you full for hours, it is easy to make and affordable.

  1. Bananas chia seed pudding

This is definitely more like a dessert! You prepare basic chia seed pudding, then add caramelized bananas and maple syrup. You can add a few nuts if you want. Rum is a great addition if you’re feeling into it.

  1. Pina colada chia pudding

Talking about a party in a jar? Here it goes. This is more of a cocktail but without the alcohol. You just use coconut flakes and pineapple, along with black sugar and butter. Mix them all and you have the sweetest dessert or late-night treat.

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