The other day I really had a hankering for some chia seed pudding–something I don’t usually make. The only kind I had made in the past was overnight chia seed pudding, so that night I went ahead and put the ingredients in a jar, gave it a stir, and left it in the fridge overnight. The next morning the pudding had NOT gelled like it was supposed to! I think I had not added enough chia seeds to the mixture. At that point, I still wanted chia pudding so I searched the internet for a quicker way to make it. I looked at a number of recipes, but they all had many different flavors and several ingredients. All I wanted was a chia pudding recipe with a simple flavor so that I could add my desired toppings.
So, I winged it and came up with this delicious, simple, easy chia seed pudding recipe! Because the pudding has a simple flavor, it is versatile and you can add the toppings you like to create the flavor you want. You can eat this warm for breakfast, or let it cool down and pack it for lunch or snack.
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1 serving
I hope you enjoy this chia seed pudding recipe and if you make it, be sure to tag me on Instagram (@sarahmakeslunch)! For daily lunch ideas, please follow me on Instagram and Facebook.