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 itâ€™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. Youâ€™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.