Cranberry Chia Pudding recipe

Cranberry Chia seed Pudding recipe 600 pinit

A super healthy Cranberry Chia seed Pudding recipe with a lot of calcium and chia helps regulate cholesterol. Very low calorie dessert. With these measurements I got 4 glass cups.

First, the coconut milk. This time I used this milk because it complements very well with the flavor of the blueberries. It is creamy and with a much more dominant flavor than other vegetable milks, such as almond milk. It is also loaded with healthy fats and fills us with energy to start the day.

On the other hand, blueberries. They are a source of antioxidants and, in addition, they are incredibly rich. Usually when I eat blueberries I finish a whole box in one sitting and when I look in the mirror my tongue and teeth are blue/purple. They are one of my favorite fruits and that is why I chose them for this recipe.

Lastly, chia seeds are just great. They increase in size when in contact with a liquid medium and acquire a gelatinous texture. Which is not only amazing to make this recipe, but it is possible to make jams and to replace the egg in baked desserts. In addition, each seed is full of Omega 3, protein, vitamins and minerals.

Cranberry Chia Pudding recipe

Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 5 min Cook Time 9 min Total Time 14 mins Servings: 4 Calories: 249 Best Season: Suitable throughout the year

Description

A super healthy Cranberry Chia seed Pudding recipe with a lot of calcium and chia helps regulate cholesterol. Very low calorie dessert. With these measurements I got 4 glass cups.

Ingredients

Garnish

Instructions

    • Combine and stir kefir, stevia (if using any), chia seeds, and cranberry raspberry sauce in a large jar. Let the jar stand at room temperature for at least 5 minutes before serving. You can also refrigrate the jar overnight.
    • Garnish with fruit and roasted coconut flakes.

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