Chia seeds may be small, but they pack a mighty nutritious punch. Packed with fiber, iron, and calcium, these seeds are the perfect way to nourish your body. We’re still working on that petition to make chia seeds the kale of 2020, but for now, here are 11 overnight chia pudding recipes you have to try this month.
Only four ingredients make up this rich treat. While this recipe is amazing as is, you can switch up the nuts by using sliced almonds or pumpkin seeds.
Adding fruit is a great way to add sweetness to an otherwise flavorless breakfast. If that isn’t enough to entice you, the beautiful color of mango should do the trick!
This recipe is loaded with nutrients, great for meal-prepping, and basically tastes like pumpkin pie.
If you’re on a low-carb diet, this is the recipe for you. The layers of strawberry jam in between the chia pudding make it taste oh-so-sinful and just like a strawberry cheesecake.
Topping your pudding with caramelized bananas and spiced maple rum sounds like the happy hour we all deserve.
You really can’t go wrong with bananas and peanut butter. Packed with protein, fiber, and healthy fats, this is the trifecta of a filling breakfast.
Who said you can’t have piña coladas for breakfast? The simple coconut chia pudding, sauteed pineapples, and toasted coconut make for a tasty tropical meal.
If you’re into simpler recipes, try this maple cinnamon chia pudding. You mix all five ingredients in one bowl, let it sit overnight, and you’re done. No extra toppings needed!
Why drink your coffee when you can eat it? Cacao nibs are also high in antioxidants, which makes this a super healthy breakfast.
For anyone who wants a refreshing treat, try this delicate and tangy lemon chia seed pudding. Plus, Greek yogurt adds extra protein to keep you fuller for longer as you power through the day.
Say vanilla chai chia five times fast! The sweetness of the vanilla combats the spiciness of the chai, ultimately creating a cozy combination of flavors.
xx, The FabFitFun Team