This recipe is pretty easy to make and I’m sure you could adjust it in many ways to suit your taste. I love that this is full of fiber, protein, and lots of healthy fats that little bodies and brains need!
I’m not sure how long this will keep in the fridge as I need to make a new batch every 3 to 4 days because my kiddos just gobble it up! Little miss loves this for breakfast or a snack.
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Easy Chia Pudding
- 2 c. milk (any kind) or milk kefir
- 1/2 c. chia seeds
- 2-3 T. sweetener (sugar, monkfruit, maple syrup, agave, honey, etc.)
- 1 T. coconut oil, melted (optional)
- 1-2 t. vanilla
- 1/2 – 1 t. cinnamon or other spice
- fruit, chopped/crushed (fresh or frozen)
- chopped/crushed nuts
Combine the ingredients in a glass jar and shake/stir well.
I like to put them in the blender for a minute or two but it is not completely necessary to do so.
Add in any optional ingredients as desired or wait until ready to serve to make pretty layers with fruits or other add-ins.
Put in the refrigerator for 4-6 hours or overnight and then enjoy!
I usually divide this into small jars to use for single servings.
This recipe makes 6-8 small servings or 2-4 large servings.
Please note that if you are making this for a young child you may want to avoid honey and make sure that any nuts/fruit are crushed to prevent choking.
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