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If you didn’t notice with my overnight oats post, I’ve been having all kinds of fun experimenting with different recipes as of late. It’s so fun using different ingredients I’m not used to using and experimenting with them to create recipes I’ve had on my “to make” list for a while. One of those “to make” recipes has been chia seed pudding. I tried once and failed miserably, so I thought I would try my hand at it again. Silly me, I forgot how absorbent the chia seeds can be and decided my chia pudding needed more yogurt rather than more milk. That didn’t end well, we’ll just say that!
Let me show you how it’s really done!
1. 1/2 cup chia seeds
2. 1 cup Sir Bananas™ banana milk
We bought our Sir Bananas™ at Walmart. Check out this link to see if it’s available at your local Walmart.
1. Stir in chia seeds to Sir Bananas™ banana milk.
2. Leave in fridge for 4 hours or overnight to allow the chia seeds time to absorb the liquid. It will then take on more of a pudding/yogurt consistency.
Grab a spoon and enjoy cold, right out of the fridge for breakfast or a snack anytime of the day. This snack is all kinds of bananas with Sir Bananas™ banana milk! Make it even more bananas by topping with 1/2 a sliced banana. Alea likes to enjoy just a glass of Sir Bananas™ on it’s own, but I prefer it in my chia pudding or in my granola with sliced bananas. We love that it’s made with real bananas and has no artificial colors or flavoring. It’s also a great source of calcium, potassium, and protein!
There’s just so much yum!
How do you make your chia pudding?