This strawberry banana chia pudding is a healthy, delicious recipe for breakfast or a snack. It will keep you feeling full for hours.
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I can’t believe I’m just discovering SEVA Maple Water.
This is exactly the kind of product I like to keep on hand in my pantry. It’s pure maple sap with nothing added, and it has much less sugar than a juice box or a sports drink.
Unlike coconut water, which can be an acquired taste, maple water has such a pleasant, mild flavor. This is the clear liquid that flows from maple trees in the spring and is often boiled down into maple syrup. It includes phytonutrients, antioxidants, and electrolytes that can help with rehydration after a workout or an illness.
I love that SEVA is a certified organic, non-GMO product that’s sustainably harvested each year in Quebec. It’s a delicious base for smoothies and tea, and it can be used for marinades and sauces. It’s available on Amazon, and many stores are carrying it on their shelves as well.
This strawberry banana chia pudding recipe highlights the subtly sweet flavor of SEVA Maple Water. I normally add a little sweetener to my chia pudding, but the combination of fresh fruit and maple water gives the perfect flavor in this recipe without added sweetener. This is a healthy treat that will keep you full for longer than your average afternoon snack.
Strawberry Banana Chia Pudding
$1.00 per serving
- 2 cups SEVA Maple Water
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup chopped strawberries divided
- 1/2 cup sliced ripe banana divided
- 1/2 cup chia seeds
Chop the strawberries and banana.
In a blender, place the SEVA Maple Water, vanilla extract, 1/3 cup of strawberries and 1/3 cup of bananas. (Set aside the remaining strawberries and bananas for garnish.)
Process the ingredients in the blender to combine well. It’s okay to leave little bits of fruit that aren’t perfectly pureed.
Transfer the mixture from the blender to a medium bowl, and slowly whisk in the chia seeds. Stir every few minutes for the next ten minutes so the chia seeds don’t clump together, then refrigerate the pudding. It will start to thicken immediately, but for best results, refrigerate for a few hours before serving.
Divide the pudding into 4 small bowls or jars. Garnish with the remaining strawberries and bananas.
Strawberry Banana Chia Pudding Price Breakdown
This recipe costs a total of $4.00 to make, or $1.00 per serving. This strawberry banana chia pudding is such an easy, delicious, and filling snack recipe.