This recipe is Endo-Diet approved 👏🏻
I had shared a similar post a loooong while back, but this has been one of my easier and more tasty breakfast and/or snack ideas (I multiply the suggested ingredients amount by 4 and store it in a Pyrex container in the refrigerator for up to one week… if it actually lasts that long).
It honestly does look weird and has a different texture that may not appeal to everyone.
It’s kind of like a tapioca pudding texture, but a little more solid.
For this breakfast, I sliced a banana and topped it with that, as well as added a pinch of cinnamon 👌🏼. It doesn’t sound like much, but was SOOO GOOD!
The base recipe for the Pudding is perfect as-is, so anything added is just like “icing on the cake”.
The basic recipe for Chia Seed Pudding that I use is:
- 2 tablespoon chia seeds
- 1/2 cup almond milk or milk of choice
- 1 teaspoon honey, optional
Top with fruit or toppings of your choice, add cinnamon or even a little peanut butter for a different variation, or eat as-is and ENJOY!
Read all about the benefits of Chia Seeds and exact step-by-step directions HERE
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