My daughter loves to eat this for breakfast but it can be used as a treat during the day as well. Chia seeds are mostly known for their great omega-3 content, but they also contain protein, fibre, iron and calcium. This recipe is sweet but contains no sugar. So enjoy!
½ cup chia seeds
¾ cup coconut cream
1 ¼ cups Lyke Milk (or other milk alternative such as almond, oat or macadamia)
Mix together all the ingredients and stir for about 30 seconds to make sure the chia seeds are mixed around. If you don’t mix right away, then they clump together and don’t soak up the liquid. Leave in a sealed container overnight on the counter or in the fridge (definitely the fridge if you have used cow milk).
In the morning, it can be eaten as is or mixed with berries or muesli. We like to make a chocolate version by adding:
1/3 cup cacao powder
1-2 ripe bananas mashed well
Store in the fridge for 3-4 days.
I make this recipe dairy free, but you could use cow’s milk if you wish.
Let me know what you mix with your chia pudding in the comments!