One of my absolute favorite things at the moment are chia seed puddings. I have had a crush on the saffron version for a few weeks now, and vanilla is always a favorite that can be combined with so many fruits and berries and nuts and all – so it never gets boring!
Last week I looked through my older recipes and thought I should give the blueberry chia seed pudding another go. I did, and it turned out great! Read on to see how to make it!
For long now I’ve been trying to make something similar to porridge – only grain free. The vegetable ones I’ve tried was OK but never fabulous. This chia seed coconut porridge with vanilla however is like heaven in a bowl! Both warm and cold, so you can also make it in the evening and eat it directly out of the fridge in the morning. Talk about a fast breakfast! And yummy too!!
And might I add – tastier! I’ve recently discovered that homemade coconut milk is better in so many ways, and I cannot see myself ever buying the canned version again. Just follow these few simple steps and you’ll know why!
First of all – do we even need a reason? Personally I think that chocolate goes with pretty much anything, so, for me, dipping fresh fruits or berries into a melted version of it is a perfect way to end a meal.
If you need a reason – here you have 5 (+1) in one go: