This is a very quick dessert to prepare. It's made with chia seeds, almond milk and fresh strawberries. It requires no cooking and no fuss!
I really enjoyed this and the versatility to experiment with different fruit and extract combos. I pureed the milk and strawberries first, then added in the rest of the ingredients and gave the blender a quick pulse. After refrigerating for about an hour, I gave the pudding a quick stir to prevent clumping. It set up nicely. I made it in the evening for the following day's breakfast. The only slight deviation from the recipe was to use coconut/almond milk blend. Very tasty and healthy. - 06 Apr 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Perfect! Very easy. Would not change a thing. Although, an alternative preparation I have done is to use 1 c almond milk, and 1 c vanilla Greek yogurt. Great either way. My daughter loves this, too. She will even choose this over ice cream!! Also, after preparing this, I like to divide it into pint size jars to sit overnight. Perfect for grabbing quickly in the morning on my way out the door. May have to stir a bit when you open and eat. - 10 Oct 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Have been making chia pudding for some time now and I liked the idea of adding the puréed fruit for a nice change. I didn't add the honey or vanilla because I used the sweetened vanilla almond milk I had on hand. Love to have a bit for breakfast! It's important to stir this a couple times in the first 30-45 minutes or the seeds will settle and you will have a thick base with liquid still sitting on the top. I like to make a big batch in the evening and let it sit over night, it will last a couple days. - 12 Jul 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)