This easy recipe for seed pudding makes a delicious and healthful breakfast or snack. Although it has a dessert-like taste, it’s filled with fiber, protein, and good fats. This chia seed pudding recipe has been my go-to morning and afternoon snack now that the weather is warming up. With a dash of cinnamon, it has a heat depth of flavor that’s chilled, creamy, and faintly candy. Though it’s loaded with fiber, protein, and healthy fats, it tastes like dessert when topped with recent fruit, homemade granola, and a drizzle of maple syrup. Another issue that makes this chia pudding so nice? It is sort of simple to make and keeps for approximately 5 days within the refrigerator. Therefore, in case you enjoy meal planning, try this dish. On the weekend, prepare a batch of this pudding and divide it among small jars or containers. You’ll always have a fast, wholesome breakfast out there to you! On the day I shot these footage, I used white seeds, but black seeds would also work.