What is Chia Seed Good For?

How to Prepare Chia Seed in Pudding and Baked Goods

Chia seed jam and pudding are both very popular. Now we mentioned the possibility of creating chia gel, the same applies to pudding. As for baked goods, you can get creative with different recipes, as you can see below:

1) Chia Seed Pudding with Berries

Chia Seed Pudding with Berries

If you’d like to experiment with something different, we recommend trying chia seed pudding. The consistency is similar to the usual pudding. Still, you’ll have a plus nutritional profile, no synthetic ingredients, and total control in how much and what type of sweeteners you want to include. You can make chia seed pudding with regular or non-dairy milk, chia seeds, vanilla extract, and any sweetener (cane sugar, honey, or Stevia). We also include in this recipe mixed berries and recommend using blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries.

Just combine the milk with vanilla extract and the sweetener of your choice and after they form a homogeneous mix, sprinkle chia seeds. Stir and refrigerate for a few hours. You can leave it overnight but occasionally stir the first two hours. When you take out the pudding, serve with mixed berries and enjoy.

Written by Greg M. Wilcox

With a background in medical research, I'm dedicated to unraveling the complexities of health and nutrition in a way that's easy to understand and implement. From debunking myths to sharing science-backed insights, my goal is to guide you on a journey towards optimal well-being.