Denise Keller's Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding

Preparation time

6 Hours

Serves

4

Denise Keller brings us a healthy dessert that satisfies our sweet tooth without the guilt.

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Enjoy the benefits of chia seeds and blueberries in one tasty pudding. It is packed with nutrients, antioxidants and protein.

Cooking Tips:

1. I serve about 1/3 with a bunch of fruit. Mandarins, kiwi, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, pineapple, mango, banana, apples, peaches, granola, nuts, seeds, etc. Or mix and match your favorite fruits, nuts & seeds.

2. Mason jars are great to prepare the pudding. This way you can shake the jar to mix instead of mixing with a utensil. Or use yogurt jars.

3. I don't add sugar to the chia pudding but if you prefer it sweet, agave or maple syrup can be added.

4. Add a sprinkle of cinnamon or a mélange of spices if you like.

Ingredients

2
cups
Almond Milk
, unsweetened
1/2
cup
Chia Seeds
1
Vanilla Bean
, slit open lengthwise, scrape out seeds
1
tablespoon
Maple Syrup
, or agave syrup or honey
a handful of
Blueberries
, or any other fruits

Directions

Place ingredients in container or bowl, mix well. Place covered in refrigerator and mix every 1-2 hours until set.
Mixing is important since the seeds will fall to the bottom of the container, if not shaken or stirred every now and then it won't set properly. Keep refrigerated, will last up to 5-6 days.

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