SIMPLY THE BEST-TASTING CHIA PUDDING RECIPE YOU WILL MAKE
Chia pudding is high in fiber and rich in Omega 3s. I also love how simple this recipe is to prepare. You can even double the recipe to meal prep a few extra servings for the week. If you want to try out some of my other chia seed recipes, Chia Seed Pudding Made Easy
Dreamy and Delicious Quick Breakfast Recipe
Purple Sweet Potato superfood powder has a slightly nutty flavor and provides the body with additional potassium, as well as calcium.
CHIA SEED HEALTH BENEFITS:
To start with, one ounce of chia seeds really packs a punch fiber in the fiber department. One ounce is equivalent to about 2 tablespoons of chia seeds. In 2 tablespoons of chia seeds you will provide your body with 11 grams of fiber. In case you didn’t know this, fiber helps keep you full. So by increasing your fiber intake, you will feel fuller for a longer period of time in between meals. So, no more growling stomachs in that morning meeting. That is why this cookie dough overnight oat recipe is perfect for a filling breakfast.
KEY NUTRIENTS OF CHIA SEEDS:
Calcium | Manganese| Magnesium | Phosphorus | Zinc | Vitamin B3 | Vitamin B1 | Vitamin B2 | Fiber | Antioxidants | Protein | Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Chia seeds also contain a decent amount of protein and since this is a seed, this would be a great protein option for vegans or vegetarians. The ancient Mayan word for strength is “chia”. Chia seeds definitely live up to that quality these little seeds pack a big nutritional punch. They are such a great energy boosting ingredient to add into any dish. Studies have also found that by consuming chia seeds can help lower cardiovascular risks by up to 17%. There is also some benefits to reduced cholesterol levels, weight loss, and increased satiety by adding in chia seeds into the diet (1).Print
Enjoy This Best Tasting Chia Pudding!
If you make this purple sweet potato chia pudding recipe let me know in the comment section below. I personally feel this is the best-tasting chia pudding ever. Also, I would love to hear what you think or take a photo and tag me @EatYourNutrition on Instagram. I love seeing your photos. #EatYourNutrition #LauraVillanueva
- The Nutrition Source. 2021. Chia Seeds. [online] Available at: <https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/food-features/chia-seeds/> [Accessed 31 January 2021].