Looking for a way to make that boring bowl of oatmeal a little more special? Or maybe you’re looking for breakfast ideas for a plant based diet, but you’re tired of seeing smoothies everywhere! (Let’s face it – sometimes its really nice to have something warm & hearty for breakfast!) If that is the case, then try out our Coconut Quinoa Oat Bowl! Its an easy plant based breakfast that is chock full of healthy plant based protein and fiber!
Ever tried chia seed pudding for breakfast? If you haven’t yet, hop on over to our basic How to Make Chia Seed Puddingpost to learn more! Once you check that out, you’ll be on your way to meal-prepping all kinds of fantastic chia seed pudding breakfast jars for the week!
The best part about chia seed pudding is that it is incredibly versatile. Just how tofu soaks up any flavoring and seasonings you cook it with, so dochia seeds! They are like, the blank slate of breakfast foods (like oats!) and have a lot of options. So, you can make a large batch at the beginning of the week as a part of your meal-prep, and then in the morning scoop some into a jar with fruit, nuts, and toppings, and you’ve got yourself an incredibly healthy plant-based breakfast full of healthy fats, protein, and lots of fiber.
What is chia seed pudding?
Chia seed pudding is simply a mixture of chia seeds and milk (preferably, non-dairy), that is allowed to sit at least six hours in the refrigerator. This soaking method allows the chia seeds to soak up the liquid and create a pudding.
Chia seed pudding is a fantastic make-ahead breakfast or snack. It takes less than 5 minutes to prepare, and easily keeps in the refrigerator for up to a week. For this reason, it is perfect for meal-prepping! It just comes down to getting the right proportion, mixing it thoroughly, and letting it refrigerate! Then you can add in whatever flavors you want to customize it.