It is important to stir the pudding occasionally during the first few hours in the fridge. In addition to activating the chia seeds so they absorb more liquid, this also prevents clumps. A lump-free chia bowl is all we are looking for, so give it some good stirs, potentially with a fork, so you get a thick, smooth texture when it is done.
Below, you can read the answers to the most frequent questions on these delicious chia bowls to help prepare you for making the best one yet.
Arla Cravendale Semi-skimmed milk
Arla® Skyr vanilla
Peeled and sliced mango fruit
With an easy, delicious chia seed breakfast bowl, your morning routine just became the most exciting part of the day! For such a tiny size, the small chia seeds hold much power. Taste-wise, they bring a mild nutty flavour, but it is because they can soak up juices, tastes, and then some that they work wonderfully as an easy-to-make breakfast or snack option. Skyr is creamy by nature, and it serves as another luscious layer to the bowls when you mix it in just before serving. With its fresh and tangy taste, it helps balance out the sweetness and adds a delightful touch of sweetness. If bowls are just your thing, we have the right recipes for you. A fresh skyr bowl with granola and fruit serves as a great way to kick off the morning, while a delicious, creamy avocado smoothie bowl might find its way into your snack time any time of day!
Looking to save as much time on cooking while still maxing out on taste? An overnight chia bowl topped with sweet granola, fresh fruit, and berries makes for one of the worthiest contenders. Because the chia seeds are allowed to soak for hours, you do not have to do anything from the moment you put it in the fridge to the moment you are ready to mix in skyr and serve with toppings. With its soft, creamy texture, every spoonful is extremely appetizing, but combined with a well-rounded selection of toppings, it turns into an absolute showstopper. Sweet and crunchy granola is essential as it changes up the texture, giving every bite a complex but pleasing mouthfeel. The addition of sweet fruit and berries gives it a beautiful exterior while infusing it with fresh and fruity tangy flavours. That way, every mouthful tastes like one more!
One of the best things about this recipe is that it is easy to change things up, to follow your heart and taste buds. You can mix and match most ingredients, adding different toppings or vanilla, cinnamon, or the like to the pudding. For instance, you can replace raspberries with other berries like strawberries or blueberries, while pineapple, banana, or really any other tropical fruit of your choosing can take the spot of the mango. You can also mix in sweet or fruity compotes or jams.