Sometimes I just need a pudding
to make my day a little brighter.
My go-to pudding: chia seeds
I usually whip one up with some almond milk
sprinkled with stevia
and my craving is satisfied. :)
Since this month is #citruslove,
I decided to add in some fruity flavor to my chia puddings
by using freshly pressed grapefruit juice
and it was surprisingly delightful.
Cheers for healthy puddings!
Have you jumped on the chia seed pudding bandwagon yet?
Grapefruit Chia Pudding
4 tbsp chia seeds
pinch of stevia
1. Juice your grapefruit in your juicer.
2. Combine freshly pressed grapefruit juice with chia seeds. Let it sit for 5 minutes.
3. Sweeten with stevia.
4. Eat and enjoy. :)
To note: White grapefruits are lower in sugar and suitable for sugar-free diets. Pink grapefruits tend to be sweeter! Chia seeds are great for healthy fat and protein too!
January is #citruslove month!
Please join in on the #citruslove by linking up any citrus recipe from the month of January 2012. Don't forget to link back to this post, so that your readers know to come stop by the #citruslove event! The twitter hastag is #citruslove :).
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