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Chia Seed and Fruit Breakfast Pudding

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Chia Seed and Fruit Breakfast Pudding
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Ingredients
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Total
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5min
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Print Recipe
Chia Seed and Fruit Breakfast Pudding
Serves
Serves
1
1
Level
Level
Easy
Easy
Ingredients
Ingreds.
4
4
Total
Total
5min
5min

Chia seeds are a fun and wonderful superfood! The gelatinous texture they get once they’ve had some time to soak is so uniquely nice and satisfying, and they are so good for you, too! Chia seeds provide many of the same benefits of flax seeds, but without the need to be ground up to be fully digested. They’re full of Omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, and fiber. And they make such awesome pudding!

Chia seed breakfast pudding is great for an easy morning meal that you just pull out of the fridge and enjoy. No need to have all your neurons firing, this delicious breakfast pudding makes morning great whether or not you’re a morning person!

Chia seeds are a fun and wonderful superfood! The gelatinous texture they get once they’ve had some time to soak is so uniquely nice and satisfying, and they are so good for you, too! Chia seeds provide many of the same benefits of flax seeds, but without the need to be ground up to be fully digested. They’re full of Omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, and fiber. And they make such awesome pudding!

Chia seed breakfast pudding is great for an easy morning meal that you just pull out of the fridge and enjoy. No need to have all your neurons firing, this delicious breakfast pudding makes morning great whether or not you’re a morning person!

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Directions
Prep
5 min
Total
5 min
  1. Add all ingredients to a small bowl and whisk. Let it sit for a few minutes and whisk again to prevent clumping. Repeat 1-2 more times, cover and place in the refrigerator overnight.
  2. Eat as is or serve with fresh fruit of your choice, enjoy!
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Crissy Cavanaugh

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I am a registered dietitian, yoga instructor, and mom who has a passion for overall health and wellness and enjoys helping people feel and look their best! My philosophy is to strive for a realistic, balanced and whole-foods approach to diet and exercise.

 

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