Chia with strawberry and rhubarb

Chia with strawberry and rhubarb

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Treat yourself to a taste of pure bliss with this delicious blend of chia, strawberry, and rhubarb infused with the floral notes of elderflower and topped with balsamic nuts. Whether you indulge in it as a scrumptious breakfast, a wholesome snack, or a luxurious dessert, this delightful creation will transport you to a world of summery bliss, no matter the season.


Chia pudding
  • Mix skyr with yoghurt, elderflower syrup, chia seeds, and oats in a large bowl.
  • Cover the mixture and refrigerate for at least 4 hours, preferably 12-16 hours.
Baked strawberries and rhubarb
  • Spread rhubarb and strawberries in a baking dish (approximately 22 x 30 cm).
  • Sprinkle with sugar and bake for 15 minutes at 225°C (traditional oven) in the middle of the oven. Let them cool slightly.
Balsamic nuts
  • Bring balsamic vinegar to a boil in a pan.
  • Add hazelnuts and roast them for about 2 minutes or until the vinegar thickens and becomes sticky.
  • Spread the nuts on a plate without touching each other and let them cool.
To serve
  • Arrange the chilled chia pudding in 4 deep plates and top with baked strawberries and rhubarb.
  • Sprinkle with balsamic nuts and garnish with red sorrel.

This recipe is perfect for meal prep. You can prepare a larger batch and portion it into individual containers or jars. This way, you have a quick and satisfying breakfast or snack ready to grab from the fridge throughout the week.


For an elegant and visually appealing presentation, consider layering the chia pudding, baked strawberries, and rhubarb in individual serving glasses or jars. Alternate between the chia pudding and the juicy fruits to create a delicious treat that is as visually enticing as it is tasty. Whether served at a brunch, enjoyed as a dessert, or used to elevate your breakfast, this layered creation is sure to impress.

Questions about chia with strawberry and rhubarb

Want to take your breakfast to the next level? Or simply in need of a delicious and creamy snack? Look no further than this easy-to-make recipe for chia with strawberry and rhubarb. Keep reading to find out more.

Can you make chia with strawberry and rhubarb in advance?
Yes, you can make chia with strawberries and rhubarb in advance. Store them separately or together in airtight containers or glasses in the refrigerator. It is recommended to add toppings just before serving to maintain freshness and crunch.
How long can chia with strawberry and rhubarb last in the fridge?
Chia pudding with strawberry and rhubarb can last 3-5 days in the fridge. However, the texture and flavour of the fruit may change over time. It is best to store it in an airtight container to maintain freshness.
What other toppings go well with chia with strawberry and rhubarb?
In this recipe, we recommend combining baked strawberries and rhubarb with flavourful, crunchy balsamic nuts, that is, hazelnuts roasted in balsamic vinegar. The acidic, tangy nuts add a complex flavour and a fitting crunch to the creamy chia pudding and the sweet, tender fruits. To make the presentation complete, we add beautiful red wood sorrel.


Chia pudding
Arla® Skyr
400 ml
Yoghurt natural
600 ml
Elderflower syrup
200 ml
Chia seeds
4 tbsp
Oats, thick rolled
120 g
Baked strawberries and rhubarb
Strawberries, halved
250 g
Rhubarb, cut into 2 cm pieces
500 g
Cane sugar
100 g
Balsamic nuts
Dark balsamic vinegar
4 tbsp
50 g
Red wood sorrel

Try a chia pudding with strawberry and rhubarb

Looking for a delightful treat? Try this chia pudding with strawberry and rhubarb. Chia pudding is known for its smooth consistency and subtle nutty flavour, made by combining skyr and yoghurt to add a delightful tanginess and creamy texture. To infuse a refreshing summery essence, it is enhanced with a touch of elderflower syrup. The best part? It is perfect for any season. In addition, it is easy to make and can be prepared the night before so you can wake up to a delicious, satisfying breakfast. It is great for busy mornings, a quick grab-and-go snack, or a sweet treat to end a meal.

If you are in a hurry, overnight recipes are the perfect solution. We have a range of options, such as an overnight chia pudding, a tropical mango chia pudding, or a timeless favourite: chia with vanilla.

A delicious baked topping

Elevate your chia pudding by adding a delightful twist of baked strawberries and rhubarb. This combination of sweetness from strawberries and tanginess from rhubarb creates a burst of flavour and fits perfectly with the pudding. When baked, the strawberries and rhubarb soften and release their natural juices, resulting in a tender and luscious texture. The heat from the oven enhances their natural sweetness, making them even more irresistible.

A rich, nutty crunch on top

To add a scrumptious final touch to the velvety chia pudding, the caramelised hazelnuts provide a delightful burst of flavour and a satisfying crunch. As the nuts roast, their natural nuttiness is enhanced, while the vinegar creates a tangy and subtly sweet glaze infusing each bite. The result is an irresistible fusion of textures and flavours that harmonise flawlessly with the creamy pudding and sweet, tender topping.

Serve as a meal or a snack

Breakfast all day? Absolutely! Indulge in the versatility of this delightful strawberry chia pudding, perfect as a morning meal, a wholesome snack, or a satisfying dessert. It also makes a fantastic addition to any brunch spread. With its creamy texture and the delightful blend of sweet strawberries and tangy rhubarb, this treat is a delectable choice for any occasion.