This chia seed pudding recipe is ideal for everyone who’s weight watching (or not)- postpartum moms, conscious daddies, and even their little ones. My baby loves munching on chia seeds- she eats spoonfuls at a time (Thank God!). This pudding is nutrient dense and power-packed with lots of goodies- just what a new parent needs! Not only will it keep you feeling full for longer but will also help boost energy and help with any milk supply issues mommies may have.
- 1/2 cup Chia Seeds (Tukh malanga): A popular ” super-food” highly valued for its nutritional and medicinal value. They are very easy to digest and jam-packed with fiber, protein, calcium, Omega- 3, Omega-6, copper, phosphorous, zinc, and potassium. They’re also a rich source of anti-oxidants and hence superb for skin and hair. They help lower blood pressure, regulate diabetes, aid in weight loss, promote bone health and prevent cancer.
- 2 cups Coconut/ Almond Milk
- Cocoa powder to taste
- Vanilla to taste
- 1 cup Fruit (of choice)
- Sweetener: honey/ stevia etc to taste
Flavor variations are endless! You can omit cocoa and vanilla and just add fruit or you may add cinnamon for some spice or add rose syrup and a fruit or even vegetable of choice.
Put them in a blender and blend until smooth. Leave in fridge for about 10 minutes to thicken and then eat your heart out!!!! It’s super yummy and super filling.