Chocolate Orange Chia Pudding. This dark chocolate chia pudding is perfect for anyone who isn't a morning person. If you're like me, then this dark chocolate orange chia pudding is your answer to a quick and better-for-you breakfast! Plus, the hint of citrus orange goes beautifully with the rich chocolate taste.
The chia seeds were completely soft and turned out like tapioca the pudding was thick and the taste wasn't compromised. This recipe here is just okay but if you're looking to add a health boost to a yummy pudding I recommend using the traditional. Chocolate chia pudding is so simple and amazingly delicious. You can have Chocolate Orange Chia Pudding using 12 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Chocolate Orange Chia Pudding
- Prepare of Serves: 3 people.
- It’s 200 g of organic chia seeds,.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of granulated stevia,.
- Prepare 3 tsp of orange essence,.
- It’s 1/2 pint of (236ml), unsweetened almond milk,.
- You need 1 of and a half tbsp quality cocoa powder,.
- You need 1 of tiny pinch of table salt,.
- It’s 1 tbsp of organic runny honey,.
- It’s 3 tsp of no added sugar chocolate hazelnut spread,.
- It’s 5 g of unsalted Cashew nuts,.
- You need 6 g of dark choc chips,.
- You need 1 g (1 pinch) of raw cacao nibs.
It's the easiest healthy dessert recipe you can make with no baking. These Chocolate Orange Chia Puddings are high in protein and make an easy breakfast! Healthy low-carb, keto and paleo recipes plus free guides and diet plans to help you achieve your goals on the ketogenic diet. Chia pudding is the perfect healthy breakfast or snack to meal prep for the week.
Chocolate Orange Chia Pudding step by step
- In a mixing jug add the chia seeds, stevia, orange essence and cocoa powder. Mix together with a metal spoon and then add the almond milk. Give it a really good mix until everything is combined and the mixture starts to thicken up as the chia absorbs the milk..
- In a mortar and pestle crush the Cashew nuts and set aside. Alternatively if you haven't got one, a rolling pin and chopping board will suffice..
- Add the runny honey to the chia mix and a tiny pinch of table salt. Stir once more then see how thick the consistency is. If you think it needs a dash more milk at this point, add it in as everyone likes their chia at different thicknesses, as it will set more solid in the fridge. Spoon the mixture into three containers of your choice. I used small glass tumblers. Ramekins could also work..
- Dollop 1tsp of the chocolate spread onto each pudding. Sprinkle over the crushed cashews between the three and also the dark chocolate chips. Finish with a tiny pinch of cacao nibs over each one..
- Place the puddings into the fridge to set for up to one hour, or until the chia has fully absorbed the milk and set to a more solid consistency..
- I enjoy having these as a breakfast, but they would also make a great dessert or sweet treat any time of day. There is approx 437kcals in each portion. Enjoy! :).
This healthy chocolate orange chia pudding recipe is perfect for breakfast, dessert, or an easy snack. Today's guest post is from Macy of Paleo Crumbs. Here's Macy with her chocolate orange chia pudding recipe: Hi everyone! My name is Macy Diulus and I am the blogger behind Paleo Crumbs! What I love about using banana is that because it's so sweet, you don't need to add extra sugar.