It’s autumn; time to eat some healthy comfort food!!! So time for this breakfast; chocolate chia pudding with pear. I try to eat the seasonal veggies and fruits; cheaper and fresher than eating strawberries all year. I love pears; they are not a super food and don’t contain the most vitamin C but gives you sufficient vitamins and minerals anyway. They are juicy, fresh and full of fibers and go very well with chocolate. The chocolate will give you the antioxidants and the most important dopamine. The dopamine increases your sense of happiness and ability to concentrate; that is what we need in these dark days!! So enjoy this lovely easy chia pudding chocolate breakfast!!! Into more inspirations on chia recipes check blogs here.
Chocolate Chia Pudding: What ingredients do you need for two glasses?
- 10 minutes of your time, but prepare the pudding the night before because the pudding needs to stiffen in the refrigerator for a night (or 5 hours)
- Glasses: 2 decorative ones
- Chia seeds: 6 tablespoons
- Bananas: 2 ripe ones
- Almond milk: 500 ml
- Protein vanilla powder or normal vanilla powder: 2 teaspoons
- Cacao powder not sweetened: 1,5 tablespoon
Tip: Divide all the servings in half for just one portion.
- Pears: 2 pieces, cut one part in slices and other half in small cubes
- Nuts: handful
Chocolate Chia Pudding: How to make it?
Put the banana, almond milk, cacao and protein vanilla protein powder in a blender and blend until a creamy and thick mixture arises. Put the mixture in a large enough jar and add the chia seeds. Stir all the seed and make sure that you distribute the seeds evenly through the mixture. Put the jar in the refrigerator and chill it overnight.
Next morning; take the glasses and start putting some slices of pears on the side of the glass. Press them a bit so they will stuck to the glass. Then fill half of the glasses with the chia pudding, till half way. Then take the chopped pears and share among the two glasses. Then add the remainder of the chia in the glass and top off with the crushed nuts.
Tip: If you don’t like pears you can use any other fruit that goes well with chocolate.