Vanilla Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding is the perfect make-ahead healthy breakfast. This creamy chia pudding is full of vanilla flavor with warm notes of cinnamon throughout. It's low carb and paleo friendly with just 200 calories and 5 Weight Watchers points.
This Vanilla Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding is one of the basic chia pudding recipes I use most often along with this chocolate chia pudding. It's the perfect base for all your favorite toppings but tastes equally delicious on its own. Plus since chia seeds are a superfood and packed with nutrients, it's a breakfast that is healthy and delicious.
Chia seed pudding is a staple in my breakfast routine, especially when I am trying to eat fewer carbohydrates. Not only is it a great substitute for my normal overnight oats, it's a great break from all the eggs that dominate my breakfasts when eating low carb. I also am a huge fan of anything with cinnamon and vanilla, so this is right up my alley. I usually top my in the morning with fresh fruit, nut butter, unsweetened shredded coconut nut, or some full-fat Greek yogurt.
Now when it comes to vanilla chia seed pudding, there are always lots of questions about what diets chia seed pudding works for. Here is a quick rundown of some of the popular ideas and how chia seed pudding works for each one.
There is some evidence that suggests that chia seed pudding can help weight loss when part of an overall healthy eating plan. The main reason for this is that chia seeds contain 5 grams of fiber per tablespoon. Fiber is known to aid in digestion and weight loss. Plus it keeps you full longer, which can help curb cravings. However, chia seeds are relatively high in calories for their volume so they should be consumed in moderation. Like anything, chia seeds can aid weight loss as part of a healthy lifestyle but they are not a magic solution on their own.
Chai seed pudding will last up to five days in the fridge and it can actually be frozen for up to three months. Make sure to keep it in an airtight container and beware of adding fruit and other ingredients that may get mushy if left in liquid for too long.
In on tablespoon of chia seeds, there are 60 calories, 2 grams of protein, 4 grams of fat, 5 grams of fiber, 2.5 grams of Omega 3 fatty acids, and 90 milligrams of calcium. They also contain phosphorus, manganese, zinc, and other vitamins and minerals.
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