Overnight chia seed pudding made with wholesome ingredients and no refined sugar. Thick, creamy, and perfect healthy snack! Made with 6 simple ingredients, one bowl, and a whisk.
Today, I’m excited to team up with Safeway to bring you another delicious recipe using Yoplait® Greek 100 Calories Vanilla Yogurt!
I’m probably the last person to jump on the chia seed bandwagon but I finally did it! Have you guys tried chia seeds? If so, how? I would love to know! Because I’m still figuring out how to use chia seeds. Chia seeds though are apparently a superfood. Packed with nutrients, like omega-3s, calcium, potassium, and magnesium. They are also loaded with fiber! I mean no wonder why everyone is so crazy about them?!
Today, I bring you chia seed pudding. If you’ve never had chia seed pudding hopefully I can convince you to give it a try. It’s one of the easiest recipes you can make using chia seeds!
Chia seed pudding is a pudding made with milk, greek yogurt, maple syrup, vanilla and chia seeds. Stir everything together, cover, and chill overnight in the fridge. Chia seeds soak up some of the moisture and the next morning you have yourself a lightly sweetened, creamy, and thick pudding.
Best part, this whole prep process hardly takes any time, there’s no crazy complicated steps involved, and it’s only 6 simple ingredients! You can find chia seeds at pretty much any grocery store these days. I found everything I needed at my local Safeway store. They are always fully stocked and have everything I need, whether I’m picking things up last minute, doing my weekly grocery run, or simply need healthy snacks.
This chia seed pudding with vanilla greek yogurt makes the perfect afternoon snack! It’s the perfect “something sweet” to enjoy when that 3pm hunger strikes. Leftovers store in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you have something healthy to reach for over couple days.
I like to serve my chia seed pudding with crunchy granola, plenty of fresh berries, and sprinkle of toasted coconut chips. You can also add your favorite toasted nuts or even chocolate chips!
I mean when was the last time a snack sounded this good!? And healthy too!
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- ¾ cup milk (whole cow's milk)
- 2 (5.3 oz.) containers of Yoplait® Greek 100 Calories Vanilla Yogurt (about 1 cup)
- 2 Tbsp. pure maple syrup
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- pinch of fine sea salt (about ⅛ tsp.)
- ¼ cup chia seeds
- fresh berries, granola, toasted coconut flakes or sliced almonds, to serve
- Add all ingredients except chia seeds to a medium bowl and whisk vigorously to combine. Add chia seeds and whisk to combine.
- Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. You want pudding-like consistency in the morning.
- In the morning, give the pudding a good whisk to evenly distribute chia seeds that have settled on the bottom. Spoon into individual serving dish and enjoy chilled with desired toppings.
- Leftovers keep covered in the fridge for 2-3 days. Serves 4 (1/2 cup serving size).
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Nutrition information is only for chia seed pudding and does not include the toppings
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