This Healthy Mango Cardamom Chia Seed Pudding is inspired by one of the most popular desserts served at the bakery I work at — a Mango Lime and
Cardamom Coconut Tapioca Pudding. The two recipes are similar but very different at the same time. Healthy Mango Cardamom Chia Seed Pudding
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This healthy, creamy Matcha Chia Pudding is full of fiber and healthy fats to keep you satisfied all morning! My goal was to prep in a healthy way without dieting and overexercising (more about this in a post to come) and to be completely myself. I hadn’t restricted anything in my prep.
Matcha Chia Pudding | Emilie Eats
If you follow me on Instagram, you may know that I competed in Miss Louisiana USA, my last pageant ever, this past weekend. I didn’t place, and that was totally okay with me. My goal was to prep in a healthy way without dieting and overexercising (more about this in a post to come) and to be completely myself. I definitely did all of that and couldn’t be prouder!
Some people don’t believe me when I say that I crave roasted Brussels sprouts or a simple piece of fruit with almond butter. That’s what my body loves. Sure, a bowl of snickerdoodle ice cream or some chips & salsa is good for the soul every now and then. But once you’ve been eating whole, plant foods for so long, that’s what you really want.
I did crave two particular foods when I got back from the pageant: a banana peanut butter sandwich on cinnamon raisin bread (which is happening this week) and chia seed pudding. Specific much?
Matcha green tea powder provides sustained energy instead of a jittery rush like coffee. The healthy fats and fiber in chia seeds will keep you satisfied all morning, or you can make this as a super healthy snack. Top with granola or nuts for some crunch and, of course, some fresh fruit!
4.0 from 1 reviews Save Print Matcha Chia Pudding Author: Emilie Recipe type: Breakfast Prep time: 5 mins Total time: 5 mins Serves: 1-2 This healthy, creamy Matcha Chia Pudding is full of fiber and healthy fats to keep you satisfied all morning! It’s perfect with granola and fresh fruit. Ingredients ¼ cup chia seeds 1½ cups non-dairy milk or water (or a combination) ½ tablespoon maple syrup, or 3-4 drops pure stevia extract 2 teaspoons matcha green tea powder ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Optional toppings: fruit, granola, seeds, nuts Instructions In a medium bowl, add chia seeds and non-dairy milk. Stir to combine. In a small bowl, add matcha powder. Add a little hot water; whisk until smooth. (This prevents the matcha powder from clumping when mixed into the chia pudding). Add the matcha mixture and vanilla to the chia seed mixture; stir. Place it in the fridge and let it sit overnight, or at least 2-3 hours. Top with fresh fruit, granola and other toppings. 3.5.3208
If you’re crunched for time when making dinner, this eBook is perfect for you! I’ve created 5 dinners that take 1 hour or less to prepare. They’re all healthy, vegan, and can be gluten-free!