When I am in a hurry, I skip breakfast instead of eating, which is a bad habit. Then, I am starving at lunch and tend to overeat. When I make skinny chia seed pudding the night before, it takes 5 minutes to make breakfast the next day, and I’m satisfied until lunch.
If you are looking for a simple chia seed pudding recipe, you have arrived. Skinny chia seed pudding can literally be made in 2 minutes.
First, you mix the chia seeds and the coconut milk or any plant milk and put it in the refrigerator. The next step is to do nothing but wait until morning. Next, you add two ingredients, stir, add fresh fruit and a little granola, and breakfast is done.
Despite their small size, chia seeds pack 11 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein, and 18% of your daily calcium requirements. In fact, these little seeds are said to aid in digestion, weight loss, and help with clear complexions.
For this recipe, you have a choice to eat chia seed pudding in its original texture, or you can blend in a blender for a smoother pudding texture. I personally prefer it blended.
Also, I chose a sprinkle of Engine Granola, and a combination of strawberries, bananas, and dried blueberries.