If you are reading this recipe and it’s the middle of summer, your fate is in really good hands. Why? Because this dessert (or breakfast, you decide!) is such a treat for summer weather! Adding mango to your regular chia seed pudding will definitely bring the exotic touch you were maybe missing. At least I was 🙂 To create this delicious recipe, it is super important that you choose ripe mangos.
Chia seeds pudding is the perfect answer to your sweet cravings! My first attempt at baking chia seed puddings was with cherries and it turned out quite well. That’s why I decided to make a different version with even more red fruits and apricots. Since I live in Canada, I’ve discovered so many new ingredients and recipes and I couldn’t be more grateful.
What an experience! I’ve seen them on tons of beautiful Instagram feed and I have always wondered: what the heck is that and what does it taste like? Well now I know and my first experience trying out chia seeds was a real success. I absolutely love it: it is delicious and I like the idea of baking a dessert without eggs, flour, butter or anything traditional.
I’ve never had a sweet tooth and I fear that I never will. When it comes to dessert, I am very picky and I only eat healthy dessert with as less cream/fat/sugar as possible (except for the sour candies I crave once in a while but every rule has its exception, right?). Since I see them all the time on Instagram, I have been very curious of trying this new trend of chia seed puddings and I have to say: I am very impressed! Chia seed puddings are very easy to prepare and the flavor combinations are endless.