Coconut Mango Chia Seed Pudding

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Coconut Mango Chia Seed Pudding

How is it Friday already? Where has this week gone? Busy weeks mean the time is just flying by. Among the usual weekly things, teaching yoga, events in LA and all that good stuff, Wednesday night I taught another free cooking demo at Whole Foods here in Long Beach. I shared 4 delicious seasonally-inspired recipes that were of course, gluten-free as well as all being plant-based and grain-free, too! It was another full room and everyone left with full bellies and I hope lots of fun tips and recipes. Thanks to all that came, it’s so fun to be able to share the message that real food heals and I love being able to cook simple, seasonal food that anyone can make in their own kitchen.
Coconut Mango Chia Seed Pudding

Being that mangoes are in-season right now, the final dish I created at the Whole Foods cooking demo, the sweet of the bunch, was this super simple Coconut Mango Chia Seed Pudding.

Perfect as a breakfast ready to eat when you wake up in the morning, a naturally-sweetened dessert or a quick snack, this creamy, sweet pudding is also the perfect energy boost. Chia seeds have a high density of omega-3 fatty acids (more than a serving of salmon or flaxseeds), they are high in fiber, protein, they are full of antioxidants and minerals, like calcium (surprisingly up to 3 times more than a serving of milk), and they are naturally anti-inflammatory.  Chia seeds can absorb up to 10x their own weight in water, which means they are known to prolong hydration and improve our absorption of electrolyte nutrients. The best part is this also slows digestion and keeps you fuller longer, which makes these parfaits great fuel in the morning before a busy day. Talk about a superfood.

Coconut Mango Chia Seed Pudding
Grab the recipe for this Coconut Mango Chia Seed Pudding on BLDG 25, the Free People Blog.

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10 Responses

  1. J says:

    Would love to have this recipe but can’t find it on any referred pages. Can you make it a little easier – like showing the recipe with your initial email?

  2. J says:

    If you’re referring to the link right at the bottom of the post – “Grab the recipe for this Coconut Mango Chia Seed Pudding on BLDG 25, the Free People Blog” (there is no other link showing), going there is a dead end with the message “post not found” and an option of going back to the “home page”. Clicking on that takes you back to the original post (still with no recipe). Clicking there on “click to continue” only takes you back to original post – again! – and still no recipe. Have run out of time with all this clicking back and forth – and still no recipe! So will move on – without recipe ):

  3. Beautiful!! I could eat all of the different kinds of chia pudding all day, every day 😉

  4. Alena says:

    Thanks,
    sharing a coconut mango chia seeds
    Chia seeds are very healthy for the body. Chia seeds are a lot of advantages
    so, Let ‘s start to buy Chia Seeds at Nourish you
    https://nourishyou.in/superfoods/chia-seeds/

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