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Chia Pudding Recipe from Elizabeth Girouard

Elizabeth back again from Pure Simple Wellness!  This month, I wanted to share with you on of my favorite indulgent desserts that can also double for a healthy afternoon snack: Chia Pudding!

This healthful and simple recipe tastes delicious and is full of fiber, so it won’t crash your blood sugar and send you looking for more treats. It’s a great option when you want something sweet, but you don’t want to derail all the hard work you’ve put in to eat healthfully.

Here is my recipe for chia pudding:

INGREDIENTS
• 1/2 cup of non-dairy milk – I personally love full fat coconut milk as it gives the chia pudding a delicious creaminess.
• 2 tablespoons of chia seeds
• 1 tsp natural sweetener to state: honey, maple syrup, or stevia
• optional: teaspoon cocoa powder to make this a chocolate pudding!

DIRECTIONS
Stir together all ingredients and let sit in your fridge for 2 hours. Great to make the night before for a fast gluten free breakfast option.

I love enjoying my chia pudding with tart raspberries, ? gluten-free granola, and shredded coconut and more! ? The possibilities are endless!

If you need more inspiration for health recipes, please join our healthy recipe Facebook group where we share recipes as well as health and wellness tips: https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthyrecipeswithpuresimplewellness/

 

Please send me a message with any questions! 

Thanks for having me!

 

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