I like making Oats and Chia Pudding in batches, as they are easy to make and last well for 3-4 days in the fridge, this way you have your breakfast secured for a couple of days, they also make a good dessert, or snack for a home office day.
Adding Oats and Chia to your morning: a Great Idea!
Chia seeds are full of antioxidants, fiber and protein, while they have a very calories and carb count.
Oats are not behind, they provide an immense amount of nutrients and tons of benefits. My preferred ones?
They can Lower Cholesterol Levels and Protect LDL Cholesterol From Damage and can also improve Blood Sugar Control.
So these two together are a blast!
What’s in it?
This Oats and Chia Pudding is a smaller and slimmer version of a breakfast bowl, but we make them a little richer to make up for the reduced quantity of fresh fruit.
If you didn’t have a read to the breakfast bowl posted a couple of days ago and are curious about the benefits of activating seeds and nuts, we suggest you look at it.
Here are the quantities for a single serving, but I suggest you make at least 4 at once, one effort: 4 breakfast.
Make sure to make them the night before and use a glass container to tempt yourself with the layers of goodness which you wouldn’t notice on any other container.
Oats and Chia Pudding
- 1 teaspoon maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon red fruits marmalade
- In a glass, put (in this order) marmalade, followed half of the oats, then the chia seeds, half of the water or milk, the peanut butter, the next half of oats, and water/milk.
- Top with the berries, maple syrup, cocoa, and coconut flakes.
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