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Since making the raspberry chia drink, I’ve been keen to try out more chia seed recipes! Like most chia dishes, this one needs some advance planning – but it is definitely worth it! Chia seeds contain a high amount of fiber and are almost zero carbs, which makes it an ingredient I am very interested in! I’ll be honest and say the texture isn’t pleasing to everyone, but I love it!
Prepare the chia pudding the night before you want to eat it. In a bowl, mix together chia seeds (I used white chia but regular black ones would work fine too), unsweetened almond milk, vanilla extract and some sweetener to taste. I prefer to use powdered sweetener like confectioner’s Swerve as it dissolves into the milk better. Stir well, cover, and leave in the fridge overnight.
The next day, prepare a quick blackberry sauce by slowly cooking them with a little sprinkle of sweetener. No water or anything else needed!
Give the chia pudding a good stir – the seeds will have swollen and absorbed the milk. Spoon it into some serving dishes and top with the blackberry sauce. I really like the combination of the cold pudding with the hot sauce, but you might prefer to have it all cold, or all hot!
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This blackberry chia pudding is delicious for either breakfast or dessert!
- Mix the chia seeds, almond milk, vanilla and powdered sweetener in a bowl.
- Cover and leave in the fridge overnight.
- The next day, make a blackberry sauce by slowly simmering the fresh blackberries and teaspoon of sweetener in a saucepan.
- Spoon the chia pudding into a serving bowl and top with the blackberry sauce.
6g net carbs per serving.