DIY Zero Waste Homemade Chia Pudding
Favorite zero-waste breakfast.
Chia pudding is super healthy.
Nutritional values Chia seeds are rich in dietary fiber, protein, omega 6-13 fatty acids and minerals calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.
How to eat it?
The chia seeds are recommended to grind and keep frozen, or soak them in water 15-10 minutes before use. If there is a strong blender, whole seeds can be used without soaking.
Chia seed combinations taste delicate, so they can blend in with any food.
They empower smoothies, good for pudding and porridge recipes, as an alternative to egg in baked goods and salad spread.
Why are they helping?
Supporting in the intestinal and intense action.
scalability in blood sugar levels.
helping weight loss and maintain a valid weight of the construction of muscle mass and muscle.
ending helps to reduce blood pressure. reduction cholesterol strengthen the teeth and bones.
Reduce cravings for sweeteners. improve concentration and attentional stimulants slow down antidepressant processes and recommended dose. suppression 40-25 grams a day.
My favorite parts about chia seeds are the texture.
Chia seeds gel up when mixing with liquid.
You can enjoy this healthy and creamy chia pudding as breakfast, snack, or dessert.
In mason jar mix 3 cup chia seeds, half mason jar with almond milk, and 1\3 mason jar coconut milk.
Shake it up
In the morning, simply take the chia pudding jar out of the fridge put in your coconut bowl add toppings of your choice like Cocoa nibes, pumpkin seeds, Sunflower seeds, Guji beri, Berries....and all kinds of fruits you like.
I would also love to know what are some of your favorite zero waste breakfast ideas?
Enjoy healthy breakfast 💛