Purple chia seed pudding

Suitable from 8 months

Purple pudding

My 4-year old son is becoming a real foodie. His new favourite breakfast is chia seed pudding. His little sister likes it too. They put it on their breakfast request list a couple of times per week and since it is so nutritious and easy to make, it really has become a family favourite.
There are lots of variations on chia seed pudding, many of them with added spices, chocolate and/or vanilla, but Ollie likes the fruity variety best.
Chia is said to be the richest plant source of the omega-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) which is thought to protect against heart disease and diabetes. Chia is also a good source of calcium and plant-based protein and an excellent source of fibre and antioxidants, which help reduce inflammation and boost immunity. Blueberries are a rich source of anthocyanin antioxidants and flavonoids.

Recipe tips
If you don’t have time to make almond milk, oat milk tastes great with this recipe. You can try it with other milks too, we think it would taste good with any kind. Blueberries can be replaced with blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, kiwi, or a mixture of berries.


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