Chia Pudding

Chia Pudding

Right now I don’t feel like making my breakfast in the morning, because every extra minute I can sleep is worth it. That’s why I often make overnight oats already in the evening for the next day. But it is also nice to combine my oats with chia seeds.  Chia seeds are known to contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, but also fibre and protein. The most examined effect of chia seeds is the blood lipid profile improving effect. Furthermore, chia seeds are widely used as gelling agents in the food industry. So many properties and functions.. It gives a nice jelly texture to your breakfast. 


  • 150 grams of low fat vanilla quark
  • 100 grams of semi skimmed milk
  • 10 grams of chia seeds
  • 30 grams of oats
  • 40 grams of blueberries
  • 1 nectarine

Cut the nectarine in small pieces. Put all the ingredients in a medium-sized mixing bowl. Spoon into a jar with a tight-fitting lid. Soak the chia seeds and oats in the fridge overnight. In the morning you have a pudding-like porridge. You can bring the jar to work/school or you can just eat it immediately.

You can also use coconut low fat quark. 

Nutritional value per person:
390 calories – 56.0 g carbohydrates – 7.9 g fat – 1.9 g saturated fat – 27.2 g protein – 10.0 g fibre – 25.7 g sugars



Anna & Marit

Chia Pudding

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