About This Recipe
Adaptable and delicious, chia seed pudding is wildly popular for good reason. The seeds offer antioxidants, protein, and fiber. Almost all the carbohydrates in chia seeds are fiber, not starches or sugars, making them a great addition to a low-carbohydrate kitchen. When chia seeds are combined with liquid, they become gelatinous, with a pudding-like consistency that readily absorbs flavorings.
As Found in
The Obesity Code Cookbook
- Prep: 20 m
- Fridge: 8 h
- Total: 8 h 20 m
- Servings: 4people
- 4 cups unsweetened coconut milk or almond milk
- pure vanilla extract or ground cinnamon to taste
- kosher salt to taste
- 2 cups mixed berries fresh or frozen
- 4 tbsp nuts chopped
- lemon zest grated (for garnish)
- 1 cup chia seeds
- Assemble and measure ingredients. Have ready four 12-ounce/350 milliliter glass jars with lids.
- In a glass measuring cup, combine milk with vanilla (or cinnamon) and a pinch of salt. Whisk in chia seeds.
- Divide a third of the berries among the jars followed by a third of the chia mixture. Repeat with two more layers of each. Top with a tablespoon of nuts and seeds and a sprinkle of lemon zest. Cover and refrigerate overnight or for up to 3 days.
- Serve cold or at room temperature.