Peanut Butter Chia Pudding

Easy to create. This chia pudding is easy to make with 5 ingredients and one bowl or jar!

High in protein and fiber. A healthy and hearty breakfast or snack, each serving offers 11 grams of protein and 11 grams of fiber.

Excellent for dinner prep. This is a terrific recipe for early-week meal prep. For simple breakfasts all week, double the recipe and store in jars.

You can use any brand or color of chia seeds. Light and dark chia seeds are same, simply colored.

Almond milk: Any plant-based milk works. For creamier, add coconut milk. Maple syrup sweetens. You can also use honey or agave.

Starting with chia seeds, combine them in a dish or large jar. Next, add peanut butter, almond milk, maple syrup, and vanilla.

Use a spoon, fork, or whisk to incorporate all ingredients in step 2. Wait 1-2 minutes and mix again. The mixture should thicken.

In step 3, cover and refrigerate the chia pudding for at least four hours or overnight. Enjoy alone or with your favorite toppings after refrigerating.

Keep this chia pudding in an airtight container or jar in the fridge for 5 days. Mix in more almond milk if the chia pudding thickens in the fridge.

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