No Cook Chia Seed Pink Pudding Recipe

Chia Seed Pink Pudding

By now all you of should have tried flaxseeds. What about chia seeds? You can certainly eat them raw, but you can actually make a raw no-cook dessert from chia seeds.

Similar to flaxseeds, chia seeds are rich in protein and omega 3. In fact, chia seeds have higher levels of fiber and calcium.  Only two tablespoon of chia seeds can provide 7 grams of fiber. That's equivalent to eating two bundles of broccoli! In addition, scientists also found that chia seeds can aid manage blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes, making these tiny seeds instant super foods!

No Cook Chia Seed Pink Pudding Recipe

Ingredients

  • For Raspberry Flavor
  • 1 cup Raspberry(fresh or frozen)
  • 1/2 cupMilk
  • 2 tablespoons Maple Syrup
  • 3 teaspoons Chia seeds (white)
  • For Vanilla Flavor
  • 1/2 Greek yogurt (plain)
  • 1/2 cup Almond milk (unsweetened or original flavor)
  • 2 tablespoons Maple Syrup
  • 2 drops
  • 2 teaspoons Chia seeds (white)

Cooking Directions

  1. For Raspberry Flavor: Blend raspberries, milk and maple syrup in a blender. Pour mixture in a mixing bowl and mix in with chia seeds. Refrigerate the mixture for at least one hour. Stir occasionally.
  2. For Vanilla Flavor: In another mixing bowl, stir Greek yogurt, almond milk, maple syrup and vanilla extract. Mix in chia seeds. Also refrigerate this vanilla mixture for at least one hour. Stir occasionally.
  3. After refrigeration, place the raspberry chia seed pudding in a mason jar, then followed with vanilla pudding. Top with fresh strawberries and blueberries to serve.

 

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