I feel slightly ridiculous even posting this recipe, it’s so damn easy and I feel like there are already tons of chia pudding recipes out there, but this one? Oh damn.
To be honest, for a long time I thought I just didn’t like chia pudding. Silly me made it with only tea or milk, hoping it would be as tasty as everyone was claiming it to be on the Internet. Let me tell you: it was bland af, AF!
During my last weeks in Italy however I had to work my way through of heaps and heaps of chia seeds and I figured I had to give this chia pudding thing another go. So I experimented a little and a chia pud-addicted Silke is the result. For real though!
So here’s my recipe. As said before, it’s ridiculously easy. I usually don’t bother weighing out the ingredients because it’s really my go-to no-brainer when it comes to brekkie. I make it when I know I won’t have time to make brekkie or have to take my breakfast with me. If, however, you’d prefer to measure it out, I put the exact measurements between brackets (except for the banana obv, bc who wants the odd 30 grams of banana as a left-over? Not me.)
Another reason I like this recipe? I can go absolutely nuts with it. If you want some variation, I highly suggest adding in some cacao nibs with the chia seeds (they’ll get a little soft, mmmh) or some maca powder).
This recipe is in colaboration with Creative Nature Superfoods. They make extremely yummy yet super healthy snacks and also sell superfoods such as chia seeds, cacao nibs, green powders etc. Make sure to check out their site and if you do so, use the discount code FAVE10 if you’d like to save a bit of money (who’s opposed to saving money, right?).
Okay so, let’s get into this recipe and change your brekkie and meal prep game!
With all my love,
Yummy Chia Pudding - 4 Ingredient Brekkie
- 1 banana, mashed
- 1/2 glass plant milk (100 ml.)
- 2 tbsp. chia seeds (30 grams)
- 2 heaped tbsp. soy yogurt (30 grams)
- toppings of your choice (for my suggestions: see notes!)
- In a bowl, stir the mashed banana and the milk together.
- Add in the soy yogurt and the chia seeds.
- Stir the mixture until everything is well mixed.
- Put in the fridge overnight. In the morning: top with your fave fruit, some granola, cacao nibs, … Whatever you like!*
*Suggestions for toppings:
- stovetop cinnamon apples and hazelnuts
- banana and chocolate/cacao nibs
- berries and granola
- mango, pineapple and desicated coconut
If you make this recipe, make sure to tag me on Insta! I’d love to see your creations.
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