Quick healthy breakfast- Chia pudding 


I made & tried chia pudding for the first time. It wasn’t bad, I did feel like it was missing something flavor wise. Maybe next time I will blend the mango with almond coconut milk when letting it sit overnight.

What you need:
1/4 cup chia seeds
1 cup Almond Breeze almond coconut milk ( You can use any of your favorite Almond Breeze milks)
1 tablespoon of honey
splash of vanilla

Mix together in a mug or container. Make sure it is big enough because the chia seeds expand.
Put in fridge and let set overnight.
Open container & mix well
Add your favorite fruit and/or seeds ( pumpkin , almonds, pecans) I added dice mango to mine.

Chia seeds are packed with fiber, omegas, potassium, & magnesium. They help regulate your digestive tract, boost energy, & improve endurance.

Chia pudding is versatile so you can add whatever you like. This would also make a great guilt free dessert , just add some chocolate chips & strawberries or maybe raspberries.

I was recently part of a discussion about breakfast, and was shocked how many people don’t eat breakfast at all. Breakfast should be a meal everyone eats. It helps regulate your sugars and helps you start off your day & get through your day. It will also help you stay clear from breaking down and eating junk. The great thing is this pudding is already made , all you need to do is open the container , get a spoon, & eat. You can even add whatever fruit you want while you are letting it set. Its even easy to take on the go.

Have you tried or made chia pudding before? How do you like it ? What toppings would you add to yours?

This post is sponsored by Almond Breeze Almondmilk.


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