CHIA CHOCOLATE PUDDING

I am doing a no carb challenge for two weeks and lets be honest, I probably eat all of my carbs for the day during breakfast. I don’t eat carbs for dinner so I found it difficult to think of something that I actually wanted to eat for breakfast that wasn’t on whole wheat bread or on a bagel! I came across a few pudding recipes but decided to make my own! This morning before I posted it I had it for breakfast and it gets you full very fast. I am sure that has a lot to do with the chia seeds because if you add chia seeds to anything it acts like a carb and gets you really full! This may be the trick to my carb challenge!

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You will love this recipe if you are a Chia or Chocolate lover.

What you will need: 

1 cup of coconut milk/ almond milk/ milk ( I used almond milk) IMG_1833

2 Tbsp cocoa powder

2 Tbsp honey

2 Tbsp chia seeds

1 sliced banana

Count flakes to garnish on the top (optional)

 

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Add almond milk (or whatever milk you are using), cocoa powder, honey and chia seeds in a bowl and mix well. Cover with a lid and let it sit in the refrigerator over night.

Arrange sliced bananas over it and SERVE!

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24 thoughts on “CHIA CHOCOLATE PUDDING

  1. My roommate loves chia, but I’m a little apprehensive because of the way it looks! How much do they alter the texture from regular pudding?

  2. This looked very good which is why I had to try it. Unfortunately, I wasn t a huge fan. The chia seed flavor was overwhelming. I even processed the pudding before eating which did improve the texture. It definitely needed more cocoa and sweetener for my liking but my 3 year old enjoyed it.

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