Keto Recipes - Created Date : 22.10.2019

Kiwi and Raspberry Chia Pudding

Kiwi and Raspberry Chia Pudding



Kiwi and Raspberry Chia Pudding

Kiwi and Raspberry Chia Pudding is naturally sweet and creamy. Make it ahead and keep it in the fridge for a quick and healthy snack anytime. {vegan, gluten-free, paleo, whole30, dairy free}

Kids are so hard to figure out. Know what I mean?

Take my oldest son for example. We spent many Saturdays coaxing him to join a team or go to soccer practice when he was younger. He was nervous, hated playing on teams where he didn’t know anybody and was just a home body. Fast forward to middle school and he is head over heels in love with basketball. Since January 1, he has practiced 100 shots per day, every. single. day. I am so proud of him. Last night he tried out for a year round team without any friends doing it with him. That’s a huge step for him. He tells me every day all he wants to do is play basketball. I love that boy.

As a mom, you can nag them, plead with them, encourage them, show them by example and even bribe them, but in the end, it must happen within them. Just hold on, have faith and keep on keeping on!

Have you guys tried chia pudding yet? It’s all the rage. I love this gorgeous Kiwi and Raspberry Chia Pudding. I mean is there any better color combo than pink and green? I think not.

This looks so complicated but it’s really not. Yes, it takes longer than pouring a bowl of cereal but is great for a special occasion.

The pink and green layers are basically thick smoothies and the bottom layer is just chia seeds and coconut milk. Chia seeds are nutrient powerhouses. They are full of omega 3 fatty acids, protein and calcium. Plus they fill you up! You’ll be shocked by how filling this Kiwi and Raspberry Chia pudding is.

The chia pudding part firms up in the fridge after two hours or you can leave it overnight just like these Apple Pie Overnight Oats. It’s great the next day for an afternoon pick me up.

Yay for your son Karen! So nice to see our kids work hard and do well at something they are passionate about! I totally love the color of these chia pudding cups. And they sound just delicious! I just recently saw that chia seeds are one of the best things for you too!

Chia pudding is freakin’ delicious and so good for ya! I am loving this colour combination, girl! I think I would have to stare at it for, like, 10 minutes before devouring it, lol ?? So awesome for your son to have such a love for sports! Good for him ??

Boy and I don’t have human babies, but we do have fur babies… and I can say I can’t figure them out either. ?? Same with men, or at least my husband, he is FICKLE. lol. Anyways, I absolutely LOVE chia pudding and this one is so pretty, Karen!! LOVE the layers of color and flavors!! This is perfect for breakfast, snack time AND dessert! Cheers, girl – to a wonderful weekend!

P.S. Congrats to your son sticking with basketball!! I hope he goes far with it!

That’s so wonderful about your son — so great he’s found his passion! This chia pudding is STUNNING, I’m in love with those colors and layers, makes for such beautiful photos! And I love chia pudding, so definitely going to be giving this combo a try, so refreshing!

This is so pretty we pinned it right away!

Part of getting kids to eat things sometimes, is if it looks good & the bright colors here are just so attractive. It also goes a step above other recipes in being good for you with the hidden vegetable (spinach) in there with the kiwi who’s powerful flavor will hide the spinach taste. A kiwi, though smaller, has more vitamin C than an orange anyway.

If you run into ‘texture trouble’ with someone who doesn’t enjoy the tapioca-type texture of the chia pudding bottom layer, you can also just as easily mix the same amount of seeds in with the fruity layers & blend it so it disappears.



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