Jk, jk…I thought you’d like that! Unfortunately, the cute lil chia pet from the 80s is not edible.
Your chia pet might not be edible but these chia babies sure are!
Amazingly, these little chia seeds are packed with punch… from healthy omegas to protein to fibre.
Chia Pudding Breakfast in a Snap
This breakfast is easy peasy to prep the night before. I usually make 6 of these on Sunday and 6 more on Wednesday. Breakfast for the week is taken care of. No running around looking for kid’s socks or burning toast. Just hand the kiddies a yummy pudding and they will devour it! Be sure to use your mommy sense or daddy sense and transfer it into a unbreakable bowl.
Free Recipe: peanut-butter-jam-overnight-oats
Peanut Butter & Jam Overnight Oats
6 ingredients · 8 hours · 4 servings
2/3 cup All Natural Peanut Butter (divided)
1/3 cup Maple Syrup (divided)
2 1/2 cups Unsweetened Almond Milk
2 cups Oats (quick)
2 tbsps Chia Seeds
4 cups Strawberries (finely chopped)
1. Add half of the peanut butter and half of the maple syrup to a mixing bowl. Slowly whisk in almond milk until combined.
2. Stir in the oats and chia seeds until combined. Cover and let sit for at least 3 hours or overnight.
3. To prepare the strawberries, add chopped strawberries to a bowl with remaining maple syrup. Stir to coat the strawberries in the syrup then cover and let rest in the fridge until oats are ready.
4. To serve, divide the peanut butter oats between two jars and top with equal amounts of the sweetened strawberries (and their juices) and remaining peanut butter. Enjoy!
Calories 570 Cholesterol 0mg
Fat 27g Sodium 115mg
Carbs 71g Vitamin A 330IU
Fiber 11g Vitamin C 89mg
Sugar 30g Calcium 410mg
Protein 17g Iron 4mg
Store covered in the fridge up to 4 days.
No Peanut Butter
Use almond butter, cashew butter or sunflower seed butter instead.