Chia pudding with fresh strawberries and sweet granola

Usually I do not eat breakfast in the morning because I prefer to have a hot drink like tea or coffee. However, I love the snack time (I am still a greedy child), that’s why I like to prepare recipes in advance often in the evening so that my taste is ready the next day. This recipe is simple and requires a full night’s rest. 

Modus Operandi: yummy chia pudding

– 1 jar of Greek yogurt (150g)
– 1 + 1/2 teaspoon chia seeds
– 50 mL of water 
– 2 tablespoons agave syrup

Topping: fresh strawberries and raspberries, sweet granola, nuts etc.

Mix all the ingredients in the recipe without topping.
Let rest overnight in a fridge.
The next day, place the topping of your choice and enjoy.

Nota bene: If you are in a hurry or forgot to prepare the recipe the day before, you can always prepare it the same day. To do this, mix the chia seeds, water and yogurt with a spoon for 5 minutes until the chia seeds swell. Add the agave syrup and topping and the result will be equivalent !

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Published by miss.pickyeater

Passionate about everything related to food and health, I invent and reproduce for you simple recipes that we usually buy in our supermarkets or eat in restaurants.

35 thoughts on “Chia pudding with fresh strawberries and sweet granola

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  2. This was a very interesting recipe, Greek yogurt, chia seed….? Never heard of those ones, I´ll see if they sell it here in Spain. I do consider myself a pretty good cook ( I might be lying to myself but I get away with good healthy and inexpensive food, thanks for being a sole son raised by a mother) and I will try my best to mimick your recipe, maybe burn something in the meantime but like everything just put in the work on it, looks delicious.

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    1. Chia seeds are most often mixed with yogurt but also in salads, cereals or smoothie. These small seeds are rich in protein, calcium, potassium and antioxidant. I highly recommend them in your diet every day. I hope you like my recipe, don’t forget that chia seeds must have a rest time to swell and make this pudding consistency.


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