Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

Good morning!!  Looking for a quick, delicious, HEALTHY, and clean treat for breakfast {or any time of day at that}?  Look no further….I’m kind of in love with chia seed pudding!  I have seen a few ways to make this online, but I just stuck with what I had at home.  Here is the recipe I used for my tasty breakfast this morning!

Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

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1 part chia seeds {for my individual morning serving I used 1/4 cup}

2 parts almond milk {1/2 cup in this case}

dash of vanilla extract

sprinkle of cinnamon

Put all ingredients into a bowl and stir.  Put right into the refridgerator.  Let refridgerate {make the kids their breakfast in this time} then go back and stir.  Let sit for another 10 minutes in the refridgerator {clean up after the kids} and stir some more.  You can of course make a large batch ahead of time and keep chilled overnight too.  Serve with sliced fruit and ENJOY!

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  1. says

    Yum!!! I will definitely be making this! Do you think the kids would like it too? My boys have plain yogurt with maple syrup every day so I’m wondering if they would like this.

    • says

      I think they would! Your boys seem so adventurous with food, mostly because you feed them stuff like this all the time! They wouldn’t bat an eye at this. I had the vanilla almond milk in my house because it’s my fav, so I subbed out the vanilla flavoring, and it was so good. I think they’d love it!

  2. says

    this looks so amazing i went straight out and bought chia seeds today. i can’t wait to try it in a few minutes.
    thanks for your awesome blog and clean eating recipes!!


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