Chia pudding


#1

I bloody love chia pudding. I had a ridiculous chia bowl on holiday and I have been thinking about it ever since. Given chia seeds have basically no taste I am not sure what I like about it so much (the coconut milk? the texture? who knows) but yeah. I am going to start making it at home.

I know this thread is incredibly niche but let’s hear it for chia pudding.


#2

Good pornstar/drag queen name

Never heard of it


#3

*chia dessert


#4

looks like frogspawn

think it’s one of these health food fads but I fucking love it


#5

Just had to explain to my colleague what I was laughing about.


#6

Reminds me of that freaky toad


#7

Nope, thanks


#8

what the hell is chia pudding, m8?


#9

#10

yes but what is it?

edit:
ffs


#11

yum


#12

I’m KIND of into it but not loads.
I have chia seeds in my smoothies tho. Just a tea spoon cause it’s got omega 3 in.

Or if I was doing bircher museli or overnight oats, i’d chuck some in.

These are quite nice
http://www.planetorganic.com/search/?src=googlefeed&name=BeMindFuel%20Chia%20Pudding

Also get your chia from Tesco. £1.50 a pack. I decant them into a huge kilner jar.

https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/290594510


#13

how to make


#14

you soak chia seeds in something like coconut / almond milk for a few hours then top it with whatever

also fao @japes


#15

mix milk and chia seeds

little bit leave it


#16

amma do it


#17

I got a massive pack from Aldi for a quid. Dunno what’s best to soak them in. Almond milk?


#18

It’s crazy how much Chiat seeds have come down in price over the last few years. They used to be about £5 a pack.


#19

#20

It’s good with chocolatey milk. A bit like a mousse, but not really