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Perfect Chia Pudding + Our First YouTube Video!


Chia seeds! I love these little guys. They are just so darn handy - which if I’m honest - is why I use them but they are super nutritious too so that’s a bonus. If you want to know more about the health benefits of these little gems, check out this post. They’re cheap, versatile and fool proof, especially with this recipe.

Naked Paleo Blog Recipe Perfect Chia Pudding Northern Beaches Sydney Healthy Snacks

We usually have a chia pudding in our fridge every single day. It’s the main part of Bear’s breakfast every morning (parents be warned, they are a total b**ch to clean up so if your kid is super messy I do not recommend. I’m lucky mine eats every single scrap) and it’s easy to vary the flavours to keep it interesting. 

The recipe below is more like a base recipe. You can make it as simple or complex as you like by adding different fruits, powders, nuts or seeds. It’s easy to make it ‘Instagram-able’ too which I guess in this day and age is a total win. Make sure you tag us @naked_paleo if you do decide to share your creation with the world.

Jen xx

Naked Paleo Blog Recipe Perfect Chia Pudding Northern Beaches Sydney Healthy Snacks

Perfect Chia Pudding

3 serves + - depends if you want to add more toppings

Vegan, gluten free*, high fat, nut free, RSF

Prep time + tidy up: 10mins

Cook time: 2mins

Ingredients:

1/4 cup chia seeds – black or white

1/2 cup rolled oats - *these generally contain trace gluten unless otherwise stated so can be replaced with quinoa flakes OR increase chia seeds to 3/4 cup

1.5 cup mylk of your choice

1/2 - 1 cup of frozen fruit – I like to use raspberries

1-2 tbsp maple or honey - optional

Naked Paleo Blog Recipe Perfect Chia Pudding Northern Beaches Sydney Healthy Snacks

Method:

In a large bowl, add chia, oats and milk and mix until there are no clumps of chia seeds left together. I like to use a whisk to do this.

Wait 5-10 mins while the chia mixture thickens slightly, then add fruit and sweetener if you want and mix some more.

Transfer to a jar and store in the fridge for up to 4 days.

To Eat:

I like to add more berries to mine, seeds, nuts, cacao nibs and maybe even a sprinkle of maca powder and medicinal mushrooms. This recipe would also work perfectly with our Mylk Infusion Latte Powders. Just add 1-2 tsp of your chosen flavour and mix through. Yum!

Naked Paleo Blog Recipe Perfect Chia Pudding Northern Beaches Sydney Healthy Snacks

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