In the last couple of years, chia seeds Which is obtained most commonly from Salvia hispanica have been increasing in popularity among people practising specific lifestyle changes, nutritional plans and fitness plans. But they are not new at all, they have been around for centuries! If you are one of those interested in this novel seeds, you are trying to eat healthier and also gain some of the promised nutrients, you need to try this chia pudding recipe.
1 cup of low-fat coconut milk or any other no-dairy milk
1/4 cup of black chia seeds
Stevia, brown sugar or honey (it depends on your personal taste)
Calories: 320approx (1340kJ) when using stevia and low-fat coconut milk (without toppings)
Just mix all the ingredients in a glass or clear looking container, and keep it in the fridge during the night, or a couple of hours at least.
Before serving, add some fresh fruits, shredded coconut, dried fruit or nuts as toppings and ENJOY.
This is great as a breakfast or even as a morning tea or post-workout snack.
Let me know your thoughts after you try it!
Lilia has a Bachelor degree in Nutrition and Dietetics and a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Nutrition; passionate about Sports Nutrition, performance enhancement, exercise science and weight management. Lilia always works toward the fulfilment of her client goals, prioritizing their health over nutrition trends.