Raspberry chia seed pudding

Raspberry chia seed pudding

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Of course I make a lot of smoothies, but this raspberry chia seed pudding is also a very nice breakfast. It's easy to make and you can keep it in the fridge for up to two days. In principle, you can use all kinds of fruit for this. You just need to puree it and combine it with the chia seeds. Note that these absorb a lot of moisture, so you really don't need a lot of them!

Raspberry chia seed pudding

Raspberry chia seed pudding

Those little chia seeds can absorb up to 12x their own volume and moisture! A kind of gel-like layer is created around the seeds. That is why we also talk about pudding, because it looks a bit like it. Although not so well known here in Europe, these seeds have been cultivated and used in South America since the Aztecs. Only in recent years have they increased enormously in popularity.

Raspberry chia seed pudding

To create a personal and refreshing breakfast, you can experiment with different fruit combinations. In addition to the basic idea, you can also use mango puree or strawberries

By being creative with these ingredients, you create a breakfast that is completely tailored to your taste. Dare to mix and match with various toppings such as nuts, seeds, or even a pinch of cinnamon for an extra taste sensation

Raspberry chia seed pudding

Below is the full recipe with ingredients. Have fun making the recipe below. Delicious bites!

Raspberry chia seed pudding

Raspberry chia seed pudding

A nice healthy breakfast that you can prep well!

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Hallway: Breakfast
Kitchen: European
Keyword: chia seed, raspberries, coconut yogurt
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Preparation time: 1 day
Total time: 1 day 5 minutes
Servings: 2 people
calories: 138kcal
Author: Francine
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You need:

whiskey glasses


  • 250 gram raspberries - from freezer box freezer compartment
  • 4 el chia seed
  • 200 gram coconut yogurt

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And this is how you make it:

  • Put the frozen raspberries in a saucepan and add a little water. Slowly bring the fruit to a boil and allow to thaw. With a wooden spoon you push the fruits apart into a kind of raspberry mousse.
  • Spoon the raspberries into two glasses and add 2 tbsp chia seeds per glass. Stir well and then put in the fridge. The seed will absorb all the moisture from the raspberries and form a "pudding".
  • The next day, spoon 100 ml of coconut yoghurt on top of the pudding and serve.
  • Delicious bites!
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Want to make other nice breakfasts? Here I have a few more ideas for you:

How about this chicory egg salad with chives on a tasty cracker? 

Or this homemade red currant jam with fine spices? 

And make your own homemade nut granola with this recipe.

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