Chia in September...
I don’t know about you, but our family’s eating habits have definitely been turned upside down over the last few months. From sweet summer treats to supporting local restaurants with takeout orders...getting back to better routines is definitely taking top priority around here. Mixing in new and nutritional recipes is a fun way to gradually make the change to a healthier a lifestyle. I recently introduced the kids to chia pudding. It is super easy to make and better yet you can make it ahead of time for a quick breakfast/snack option during the school week. Breakfast has always been the meal I struggle with the most during the school year.
(I see hearts all the time in my food ...can you spot it in my photo?!)
Getting something healthy, tasty and pleasing to all pallets can definitely be a challenge. This super yummy pudding recipe ticks all the boxes for a winning a breakfast combo with the added bonus that chia is high in protein, fiber, omega 3 fatty acids and loaded with antioxidants. Kids also love to choose their own toppings which keeps this recipe versatile and fun. Enjoy!
This chia pudding recipe serves about 4-6 and is best to let it set overnight in the fridge but can be enjoyed 1-2 hours after refrigeration. It will last up t0 3-4 days in the fridge too.
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(For Another Kid Friendly Recipe Click this Link --> https://www.youareagardener.com/post/cooking-with-gardener-aidan-pizza-edition)