June 25, 2019 at 12:23 pm | Edited by Riri Tan
meal prep has never been easier.
This month, our team started implementing the long lusted privilege of working from home. Though only once a week at the moment, it was happiness for most of us - to be free from traffic jams. As working from home meant more free time and freedom (singing while working, anyone?), I was able to curate or try-and-test simple recipes more frequently, until we have a shooting kitchen in our office, that is. Which is exactly what I did last Friday.
The birth of this delicious, nutritious and filling ‘4-Ingredient Chia Pudding’ recipe is very direct and more relatable than you could have imagined. It is especially useful for busy (and lazy) people who agrees that meal prepping is a tedious chore that can be easily solved by just getting food delivery service. High in Omega-3, antioxidants, dietary fibre and quite a substantial amount of complete protein, oh boy, this recipe is now my favourite thing to make!
Did I mention it only needs 4 ingredients?
4-ingredient chia pudding
Quality of chia seeds is very, very important due to the minimal amount of ingredients used. Highly recommend high purity and 100% matured chia seeds like Harmony® Halvia.
Harmony® Previa micro-milled chia drink powder helps to create a smoother mouthfeel. NOT recommended to omit from recipe.
Harmony® Halvia chia seeds are USDA and EU certified organic and premium-graded. It is super packed with Omega-3 fatty acids, fibre and natural antioxidants. A key ingredient to balance out the Omega-6 with its rich Omega-3 fatty acids profile.
1. In a cup or jar, add sweetened plant milk into Harmony® Halvia chia seeds and Harmony® Previa chia drink.
2. Stir to combine.
3. Cover, and let soak for at least 1 hour in room temperature, or up to overnight in refrigerator.
4. Layer mango dices or fruit of choice on top of chia pudding.