Brief representative survey: Chocolate for breakfast is always on, right? Very well, today I serve you healthy chocolate power at it’s best. The chia chocolate pudding is decadently creamy, chocolaty and on top of that also good for you.
I admit that the whole Chia hype arrived late at the Kochkarussell home. But you know, sometimes I have a pretty long lead in terms of trends.
At Pinterest, I have already begun to pia chia recipes before a felt eternity.
This pudding already satisfies your wildest chocolate crust for breakfast.
A single creamy, rich and decadent chocolaty trip into the chocolate heaven. And all without a guilty conscience. Oh my!
Simple Chia Chocolate Pudding – Here’s how it works
For the chocolate pudding you only need almond milk or another milk of your choice, chia Seeds, cocoa powder, a few spoonfuls of honey, cinnamon and a pinch of salt. The ingredients mix well in a closable box. It’s best to walk in the fridge overnight, or at least five hours.
To give the pudding an extra kick, you can have some fun with the toppings. How about, for example, fresh fruit, nuts or coconut ?
Nut Butters, Chocolate Chips, Dried Fruit, Oatmeal and Cacao Nibs are a perfect match for your favorite new breakfast.
The Chia chocolate pudding is decadently creamy, chocolaty and satisfies your wildest chocolate desert for breakfast. Treat yourself to this healthy delicacy in the morning, as a dessert or as a healthy snack.
Simple Chia Chocolate Pudding
Portions : 2 Glasses
calories per serving : 344 kcal
Almond Milk or Milk of Your Choice
Unsweetened cocoa powder
All Ingredients mix well in a closable bowl. Overnight, at least for five hours, in the refrigerator. Serve with toppings of your choice.
The consistency of chia seeds may not like it, can purée the pudding after passing through. This gives it a smooth, even creamier consistency.
You like chocolate and healthy sweets? Then you have to try the chia chocolate pudding. A magical trip to the chocolate heaven!
Where are the Chia fans? How do you like to eat the seeds? Pudding, drink or something else? I’m curious.