Chia pudding recipe – basic recipe without sugar and without milk

Chia pudding recipe – basic recipe without sugar and without milk

Whether a small snack for in between or as a delicious meal- Chia Pudding are becoming increasingly popular. The cold pudding is ideal for the summer time and is also super suitable as a light breakfast or small meal for in-between times. Best of all, you can prepare the Chia Pudding in just a few minutes and add as many of your favorite toppings as you like to your basic Chia Pudding recipe. Now there is my simple & quick chia pudding basic recipe and some ideas for delicious toppings.

The Chia Pudding Basic Recipe

You need 30g of chia seeds and 250ml of plant milk (preferably almond milk)

  • Mix the chia seeds with the vegetable milk while stirring. By stirring you prevent lumps from forming.
  • Then place the chia pudding in the refrigerator.
  • To ca. 15 minutes you should stir again once.
  • Leave the chia pudding in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour.

Toppings for a delicious Chia Pudding

As toppings for your Chia Pudding is suitable muesli, berries, nuts, dried fruit and fresh fruit. If you like it a little sweeter, honey or maple syrup will give it the right sweetness. With vanilla, cinnamon or cocoa, the Chia Pudding basic recipe can also be spiced up a bit and offers a more intense flavor.

My favorite toppings for my chia pudding are frozen raspberries and chopped walnuts. With frozen berries you have the perfect snack for summer – tasty, quick to prepare, refreshing and healthy. In winter I warm up the raspberries and add some cinnamon – that tastes super delicious!

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