I have shared some fancy or rather flavorsome chia pudding recipes in the past but today’s post is about chia pudding in its most basic form but served with the king of fruits (at least here in Indian) i.e. the Alphonso mangoes. Simple yet so delicious. We didn’t need any sweetener coz the mangoes were sweet as sugar! Honestly, just use seasonal fruits of your choice for topping this chia pudding and you are good to go. Nutritious and delicious, both served in this one pudding 😊
1 Cup Milk (dairy or non dairy)
¼ C plus 1 tbsp Chia Seeds
2 tsp Sweetener of your choice, adjust to taste (I didn’t require this since mangoes were really sweet)
1 large Alphonso Mango (peeled and chopped in small pieces)
Handful pitted Cherries
Few Mint leaves (to garnish)
2 tsp Nuts of your choice (to garnish)
In a bowl, add the milk and stir in the chia seeds.
Cover the bowl and keep it aside for ten minutes.
Stir again to mix everything well.
Cover again and refrigerate the contents for at least three to four hours or overnight.
Remove the bowl from the fridge and divide the pudding in individual glasses or bowls.
Taste the mangoes and add sweetener only if required.
Top the chia pudding with nuts (if using), cherries and chopped mangoes and serve immediately.
Serves – 2
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