Mango Chia Pudding | Vg, GF | #RecipeADayMay

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mango chia pudding

Hey guys, we’re keeping on theme with the lighter, more summery recipes today. Today I’m making a mango chia pudding. Now, I know I’ve done a couple of chia breakfast recipes before but I don’t think I’ve ever made one with mango.  

This recipe is made in two stages, each one taking less than 5 minutes. There’s an overnight version, which you could eat alone if you just wanted to grab something and go in the morning, or there’s another version with a fresh mango puree swirled in. I think the addition of the second part adds a nice sweetness to the recipe, which for me removed the need for syrup. 

mango chia

With no additional or refined sugar, this recipe is super healthy. There’s 100% of your daily omega 3 and vitamin K as well as a healthy dose of vitamin C.  

This recipe is gluten free, soy free, dairy free and vegan.  

Serves 1 

Prep time: 5 minutes  

Chill time: at least 4 hours, preferably overnight 

Ingredients 

Overnight  

  • 2tbsp chia seeds 
  • ½ cup almond milk  
  • 75g mango  

Swirl 

  • Additional 75g mango 

Method 

  1. Chop the mango into small pieces, as if you were dicing an onion. 
  2. Mix the chopped mango, almond milk and chia seeds into a jar or bowl and stir thoroughly to combine. Make sure chia seeds aren’t sticking to the bottom of the container.  
  3. Cover/ place lid on container and put in the fridge overnight.  
  4. The next morning, add the additional mango to a blender until it becomes a smooth puree.  
  5. Add overnight pudding to a bowl then swirl the puree through the mixture.  
  6. Serve with additional fresh fruit and nuts or granola.  

Enjoy! 

Are you a fan of quick overnight breakfasts? What’s your favourite fruity breakfast idea? 

Until tomorrow,  

Sophie  

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5 thoughts on “Mango Chia Pudding | Vg, GF | #RecipeADayMay

  1. I really want to try this since it combines two of my favourite things that I am including in my diet right now – chia and mangoes (because it’s mango season).

  2. Mangos are so sweet and delicious, I’m sure I would love this! I’ve never actually tried chia before but looks like it could make a nice change from my usual oats. This breakfast is so healthy too! Thanks for sharing the recipe Sophie xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

  3. Your mango chia pudding looks YUMMY! This is great for the mornings and a bonus that it doesn’t take long at all. I’m still trying to figure out how to make a proper chia pudding with the right balance. I gotta try this recipe out. Thanks for sharing :).

    exquisitely.me

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