Light, refreshing and a breeze to make, this mango chia pudding is the perfect breakfast, snack or dessert for those hot summer days when lazy is the only way to be.
Just like that it’s mid-July! How are you? We are having a fantastic summer so far.
We try (very hard) to get up and go out in the summer to make up for all the couch potato-ing we do in the winter but let’s face it, there are days when it’s just too dang hot to be outside doing something that requires movement.
There are days when it’s perfectly acceptable to just lie down in the shade and sleep or read a book or sit in your balcony or patio and do nothing.
This mango chia pudding is just the thing for those days. With only 4 ingredients, nothing can be easier to make! Just stir, let sit, layer and enjoy. So delicious. It’s good for you too!
Bring on all the fruits
Summer heralds the arrival of all things fruity and fabulous. We try to eat as much fresh fruit as we can (like squirrels getting ready for hibernation ha!), especially mangoes (have you seen my video recipe for No-Bake Mango Cheesecake?).
Though I must say I’m loving this all-fruit mango puree I discovered at the Asian store – made from Philippine carabao mangoes no less! And that’s what I used here. You can of course make your own puree – just take your mangoes to the blender or food processor, strain and sweeten to your liking.
Let’s talk chia
We’re relatively late to the chia game but now we can’t get enough of it. We put it on everything and this pudding is nothing but chia goodness.
And it’s healthy too. A superfood chockfull of health benefits (try my Turmeric Golden Milk – it’s good for you too!).With only 4 ingredients, nothing can be easier to make than this delicious mango chia pudding!Click To Tweet
Mango chia pudding
Now all you have to do is put everything together. It’s really as simple as stir, wait, combine and enjoy. Now what can be easier? Then you can spend the rest of your time chilling and doing nothing. It is summer after all.
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