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GREEK YOGURT CHIA PUDDING



If you are looking for the perfect easy to prep, nutrient rich breakfast, look no further! I make this chia pudding just about every week and never get sick of it. It is high in protein from the yogurt and chia seeds and high in fiber from the seeds and toppings. This recipe is completely customizable to whatever you flavor combination you like. Not to mention this recipe takes 5 minutes! Enjoy.



This recipe is one of the easiest I have created, can be prepped in about 5 minutes, and can stay in the fridge for up to a week!



To keep it simple flavor with vanilla extract and sweeten with honey or for a fun spin add some coco powder and a scoop of almond butter!



I made it in a bowl for the sake of these photos but normally I whisk right in the jar I prep/ store them in.



Chia seeds truly are a superfood. Not only do they have protein and fiber but are also one of the few plant sources with Omega-3 fats that are important for heart health!



In the morning when you are ready to eat I like to top with fresh berries, shredded coconut, and toasted pepita seeds for an added crunch.



 

GREEK YOGURT CHIA PUDDING

Time | Prep: 5 minute | Refrigerate: 3 hours-Overnight

Yield | Serves 1


Ingredients:

1/2 cup non-fat greek yogurt*

2 tbsp chia seeds

2/3 cup unsweetened almond milk

Optional

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tsp honey or maple syrup


Directions:

Combine all ingredients in a bowl or jar. Whisk till well combined. Place in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours or overnight.


Top with your favorite fruit and nuts/ seeds.


Enjoy :)


*For a plant-based alternative use a cashew or almond milk yogurt.

 


 

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