Here is a simple Chia Pudding Recipe:
For on-the-go version you will need some sort of container. I use both Mason Jars and @weckjars Weck Jars are my favorite. They are cuter (that matters to me!) and stack up nicely, which saves the space in my fridge/kitchen.
In each serving bowl mix:
2 tablespoons of chia seeds
1/2 cup of milk (I use plant based oat milk)
1/2 teaspoon of maple syrup (optional)
1/2 cup of frozen (or fresh) pineapple
1/2 cup of frozen (or fresh) berry mix
Chia seeds will start to gel quickly, mix them a few times and then leave for about 15 minutes to get a thick consistency.
Once thickened, top the chia pudding with fruits and nuts.
I used frozen chopped pineapple and berry mix.
Add coconut flakes and/or nuts as well!
Chia pudding freezes well, so if you prefer not to make it every night just make a batch for the week and freeze. Note that if you were to freeze the chia pudding, do not the nut toppings before but rather after and once you are ready to eat.
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