This cacao and coconut chia pudding recipe is literally the easiest recipe to make. Three ingredients and 5 minutes. It’s easier than making toast, plus you won’t burn yourself.
I’ve started training again after breaking my wrist, which means more awareness around what I’m eating. I’ve got some big goals for next year and I really need to focus on what’s going to get my body there in the best shape possible.
That includes recovery foods and this cacao and coconut chia pudding is going to be a staple in my after training regime. Ok, so I said it has 3 ingredients. That’s for the base model, which is always quite an acceptable way to go. But want to give it that little bit extra, then some extra fruits, nuts and seeds are the way to go.
Let’s start with the basics: chia, plant-based milk and protein powder. Mix the 3 ingredients together, pop into something to serve in and put it in the fridge to set. It takes about 2 hours to set as a minimum and will last, covered in the fridge, for about 1 week. I often make up a few servings at night then they’ll be ready in the morning.
I use and recommend Pure Place protein for a couple of reasons:
- It’s vegan (2 out of their 3 flavours are vegan – the honeycomb cacao flavour has honey in it)
- It tastes delicious (best tasting protein I’ve had)
- It has only 4 ingredients, and
- It’s a local company
- Each serve has 22g protein
- They give YOU a discount because you know me 😉
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Cacao & Coconut Chia Pudding
- Prep Time: 5 mins
- Total Time: 5 mins
- Yield: 2 glasses 1x
- Category: Snack
- Cuisine: Australian
- ¼ cup chia seeds
- 1 cup almond milk
- 2 tbsp Pure Place Cacao & Coconut protein powder
- Combine all ingredients in a small jug.
- Stir to mix together.
- Pour into 2 glasses.
- Put in the fridge to set for at least 2 hours
- Serve with banana and coconut, or your choice of fruit or granola.
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