Three layer chia pudding
I love chia pudding! It has been a while since I have made it now, but it is so tasty and filling! A perfect breakfast or snack or you could even serve it as a dessert (for a dessert you could maybe make it sweeter or add some nuts or dark chocolate on top). This time I wanted to try a new and fun twist to my chia pudding that I could share with you: -I decided to layer it!
What you need for the base:
1 can of coconut milk
approx 9 tbs of chia seeds
2 tbs agave syrup (or sweetener of choice)
For the cocoa layer:
1 tbs cocoa powder
For the pink layer:
1-2tbs warm raspberries
For the creamy/beige layer:
2tbs peanut butter
something to stir/mix with ( you could use the fork)
Fridge or a cool place to store
- Start by making the base by mashing one banana in the bowls until smooth, then add coconut milk and agave syrup or sweetener ( you could add more or less or no sweetener /add to taste and your own personal preference).
- Take out a small amount (maybe 1/4 ) of the coconut milk and banana mixture and place it in a separate box, then add the cocoa powder and if desired some extra sweetener(this is for the tiny cocoa layer on top). Place the container in the fridge.
- Now you can add the chia seeds to the remains before you divide it in two and put half of the mixture in the second box/container.
- Add the warm raspberries to one of the halves to create the pink layer and peanut butter to the other half (to create the creamy layer).
- Start layering by placing the desired first layer/ mixture (pink or creamy) in the four glasses and placing them in the fridge for about 3 hours or until the mixture has a solid pudding consistency, and until then store the other layer in the fridge.
- After 3 hours or the first layer is ready, add the second layer and let sit for another 3 hours (or overnight) or until it has become ready.
- When both layers are ready, you can add the cocoa layer and some yummy garnish on top. I chose berries this time, but I think that nuts, dark vegan chocolate-shavings, cocoa nibs, coconut flakes or granola would work well too.