Chia seeds are awesome and they tend to absorb the moisture around them by creating these kind of thick balls! That’s exactly why it looks like a pudding…
You know you I love all types of nuts. Here you’ll find almonds, sliced almonds! For the past days, I’ve been doing some experiments with toasting cereal. For this recipe I’ve toasted sunflower seeds and oath puffs. And, I’m smitten! Toasted cereal taste so much better! Come on, try it! For extra flavour add one teaspoon of coconut oil!
The kiwi gives a breath of fresh air to the pudding and the sliced almonds. Now after this amazing breakfast, there’s some running to do ..You know me! On your mark, get set, go! Enjoy your day!
Learn more about chia seeds:
They are a healthy dose of omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants and protein (which helps building muscles the natural way)! With 7 times more vitamin C than oranges, chia seeds are versatile and honestly really good for your all body! They give you that punch of energy and stamina that everyone needs in the morning!
- ½ cup of milk (you can use oat milk, cow’s milk or almond milk)
- 4 tablespoons of chia seeds
- 1 kiwi
- 3 tablespoons of oats puffs (or rice puffs)
- 1 teaspoon of toasted sunflower seeds
- a dash of honey
- sliced almonds
- Whisk the milk, the honey and the chia seeds in a small bowl (you can use a container or a small jar).
- Let it set in refrigerator overnight or wait until your pudding looks thick and the chia seeds have completely gelled.
- Remove from the fridge and put one layer of chia on the bottom of one glass. Chop the kiwi in two and cut in slices. Add half the kiwi to form the second layer. Place one more layer of the chia mixture and add the remaining kiwi. Garnish your chia pudding with the sliced almonds, the oat puffs, the sunflower seeds, cinnamon and honey or date syrup if you wish!