If you’re anything like me, breakfast is something you make sure the kids get but usually skip yourself. One of those “do as I say and not as I do” deals, you know?
In more recent years, I’ve been trying to be more attentive to my body’s needs. Sleep is a big deal for me. I’ve got to get the right amount of sleep to function. Another thing I’ve discovered about myself is that — shock! — I can get a little crabby if I wait to eat something until lunch time.
News Flash: Coffee is NOT a suitable breakfast.
So how am I supposed to make sure I have a nutritious, cost-effective breakfast that will be a crowd pleaser AND be simple for me to make? Is that even possible?
Yes, girl. Yes, it is.
One of the coolest things about chia seed pudding recipes is that you can easily modify and change them to your liking. Maybe you’ll love these three recipes as they are. Maybe you’ll decide to mix and match ingredients and swap things out for other fruits and nuts, creating your very own chia seed pudding recipes.
These chia seed pudding recipes offer up at least 4g of protein per serving!
So not only are these recipes quick to make and clean up after, but they also pack a serious nutritional punch. What’s not to love?