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Pb & j seeds

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Pb & j seeds

It depends on how thick you’d like your chia pudding. I like mine quite thick so I usually let it sit overnight. But if you’d like a thinner consistency or if you’re just desperate to eat it, I’d say between 3-4 hours is best. Once it’s at the consistency you like, feel free to dig in.

I frequently make chia pudding for breakfast and I’m always tweaking it with a variety of different flavors. In fact, one of the very first “healthy basics” recipes posted on this website was a tutorial on how to make chia seed pudding. And I suspect it was super popular for the strawberry puree as much as it was for the chia pudding.

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How Long Will Chia Pudding Stay Good in the Fridge?

So today I thought I’d bring you a new spin on chia pudding, with this peanut butter and jelly version. It really does taste like a PB&J sandwich, but we’re serving it up for breakfast, adding homemade almond butter and blueberry puree, topping it with tons of fresh berries and sprucing it up with chopped pistachios!

Peanut butter and jelly chia pudding that tastes just like a PB&J sandwich! But I’ve made a few alterations. Instead of peanut butter I’m using almond butter and instead of jelly I’m using homemade blueberry puree. I’m also topping it with chopped pistachios – and I think you’re gonna love it!

Once you’ve mixed the chia seeds with the milk give it a good stir. But here’s my pro tip: Once you’ve stirred it, let it sit on the counter for 10-15 minutes, then stir it again. The seeds will start to gel almost immediately and you’ll want to stir it one more time (just to make sure there’s no seeds stuck to the bottom) before you place it in the fridge for at least three hours.

How Do You Make Chia Pudding

After you’ve made your chia pudding the fun begins – because now you can get creative with toppings or layers. Today, I’m adding my homemade almond butter (that only takes one minute to make in my Vitamix) and an easy blueberry puree. Then, I’m topping it with more fresh berries and a sprinkle of chopped pistachios for a lovely burst of color and crunch.

Chia pudding will stay good for about 5 days in the fridge. And if you find that it thickens up a bit too much over time, simply stir in a little milk to thin it out. Super easy.

Heat fruit in a small saucepan over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally until the fruit is heated through and begins to break down and bubble. Use a fork or potato masher to mash the fruit to your desired consistency.⁠

Give the jam one final good stir. Make sandwich by toasting bread and spreading one slice with peanut butter and 1 slice with jam. Transfer leftovers to a sealed container and refrigerate for up to 2 weeks.⁠

Stir in the chia seeds until combined.⁠