Not sure why folks rated poorly. This is one of the better chia seed puddings I’ve had and it only makes one serving. I actually found very tasty!
I could not eat this. From the texture to the flavor, it just didn't work for me.
Found it to be nothing like pudding, I use chia seeds in my smoothies, this recipe either doesn’t call for enough chia seeds to make it thicker or I did something wrong (who me?) may try again but use more chia seeds.
I’ve made chia pudding before but the almond extract in this was too strong and maple syrup too sweet. I’d recommend making it plain and then letting each person add their own sweet/flavor.
Love this after working out or running early morning. Just tastes and feels like health in a bowl. Prefer to mix the chia and almond milk 15 minutes prior to eating and not the night before - seems fresher that way. Can sub or mix any fruit - apple, banana, coconut flakes. If you want some more crunch can add a spoonful of toasted pecans or almonds on top.
I always thought I would hate the texture of chia seed pudding but this recipe is perfectly smooth and delicious. I love the added juiciness from the blueberries and crunch of the almonds.