Melbourne’s erratic weather brings about some chilly and wet days, even in the summer. I came about this recipe during one of those unwelcome summer days. Thanks to the unexpected wet weather, I was yearning for a light, yet warm and comforting breakfast to prepare for the colder week ahead. This warm coconut chia pudding certainly ticked all those boxes!
By now, most of us have tried the wonderful chia pudding. What’s not to like about this lovely treat? Aside from having many winning flavour combinations, it is high in anti-inflammatory omega-3, protein and fibre. Chia pudding is also very versatile, and can be consumed for breakfast, snack or dessert. However, most recipes call for chia pudding to be eaten chilled, out of the fridge. Given this, chia pudding would not be the most ideal treat during the colder days… so here’s a twist on the classic chia pudding….