To start this week, I propose a chia pudding with mango. In addition to being very good, these small seeds are hypers interesting for your health…
The seed chia contains many antioxidants, known to slow the effects of time and therefore aging. They also have a lot of vitamins and fiber. Its proteins will allow you to keep the morning in full form. As for the fibers, they will facilitate your digestion but will also avoid small hunger. Finally, one of the particularly interesting nutrients present in chia seed is omega 3. They contain as much as salmon! So why don’t eat just plant products? Omegas 3 are essential to the proper functioning of the body. They act on the manufacture of cell membranes but also on the cardiovascular and inflammatory system.
On the other hand, the mango is not to be neglected either. It will bring a little sweetness to this pudding but also some benefits… One of the main qualities of this fruit is its ability to prevent cancer. It has been proven in some studies that mango would reduce the chances of having cancer, including breast and colon cancer. This fruit also acts on the proper functioning of the intestines, the brain but also the eyes.
Finally, the goji berries or the kiwi in topping will only add benefits. The kiwi brings 80% of daily vitamin C. I don’t hide that this chia pudding is one of my favorite breakfasts!
I add a little more with Alpro coconut milk, enriched with vitamin B12. Only vitamin difficult to find in a vegan diet.
It is therefore ideal for breakfast. You prepare the evening and the next day there is more to enjoy! Or take away if you’re in a hurry.
I hope you will try this chia pudding! Don’t hesitate to tag me @marydevinat on Instagram so I can see yours!
ps: I put my head in the morning without makeup!
Chia pudding with mango
For 1 jar
Vegan / Gluten free
Preparation time : 15 minutes / Rest time : 1 night
4 tbsp chia seeds
1 1/2 cup of plant milk (for me it was Alpro’s coconut milk)
2 tbsp maple syrup
1 small mango
Kiwi and goji berries (optional)
In a bowl, combine chia seeds, plant milk and maple syrup. Let it rest in the fridge.
Meanwhile, peel and cut your mango. Mix in a robot to get some kind of raw applesauce. If your mango is not ripe enough, add a little water.
Empty 2/3 of the mixed mango into a glass jar. Remove chia mixture and remix. Pour into the glass jar. Finish by pouring the remaining mango. Close the jar and rest overnight in the fridge.