Choc, Chia & Oats pudding

If you are looking for a sweet treat or a good breakfast to keep you full for a long time, this pudding will be perfect for you. I usually prepare it over night so it gives me a good reason to wake up in the morning!

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Read the full recipe here Choc Chia Oats Pudding


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Nutritional story of the day

  • For this recipe, I chose organic whole grain steel-cut oats as they are milled from whole grain oats and cut into small pieces on a steel mill. They represent a good source of fibre and have an awesome texture for this type of pudding. They are very popular especially cooked in winter. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, oats are said to have a warming thermal nature and are suitable for all blood types. Whole oats are minimally processed and nutritious (only the outer hull is removed). If you want to read more about the nutritional properties of oats, make sure to read this article: Oats in choc smoothie.

What are steel cut oats? You can see them in the bottom right corner.

  • Chia seeds are a good source of fibre, antioxidants and omega 3. Once soaked, the chia get an amazing gelatinous texture.

What does chia seeds look like? Like this!

This is supposed to be a ‘healthy treat’. I opted for good quality ingredients : organic when possible, whole and/or super foods. Nevertheless, this snack-breakfast-dessert-or-whatever-you-want-to-call-it is quite rich. You should eat a small portion as it is quite filling. Enjoy your healthy treat but remember that moderation is important.

Too much of something good is still too much…

Saying that I let you indulge and enjoy this beauty with me 😉

To read the full recipe click here Choc Chia Oat Pudding


In what recipes do you personally use (steel cut) oats?

If you want to check more sweet recipes, I may have a few other suggestions for you here:  Sweet recipes



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