Greek Yogurt Chia Seed Pudding

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Ingredients

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90g Epigamia Greek Yogurt, Strawberry
2 tbsp Chia seeds
1 tsp Honey
1 tsp Unsweetened cocoa powder
For topping Fresh fruits

Greek Yogurt Chia Seed Pudding

  • 1.5 hours
  • Serves 1
  • Easy

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Like I mentioned earlier, we’ve been working very hard on various projects, and all that multi-tasking has us barely coming up for air. And when we do look up, we can’t help but smile, and know that 2017 is going to be a very good year!

Now enough of the gloating, let’s get to one of the points. We have launched a new platform in Kitchen Therapy called “In Your Kitchen” to feature YOU! We are calling for home cooks to get their minute of fame, share their story and a recipe that is close to their hearts. There are absolutely no pre-requisites, and anyone can participate. If you are or know someone who is interested, please drop us a quick email to [email protected]. Our first guest star is the gorgeous jewellery designer, Shruti Chhajer Ranka, sharing her healthy recipes for soy patties.

 

Now, point number two: Over the next few months we are working on an awesome collaboration with Epigamia Yogurt! I have a line up of amazing ideas to do with their Greek yogurt, that of course works great on it’s own, but you know, I like to meddle, prod and poke to make something even cooler. And when Epigamia asked me to do just that, I found justification for my calling. The aim is to churn out recipes that are simple and nourishing to your body and soul.

Today’s inaugural recipe for Epigamia is a ridiculously easy chia seed pudding, that you’ll think I’m joking. Chia seeds is a superfood and teamed with the high-protein Epigamia Greek yogurt, this dessert is a must-eat. Swirl in some honey, dust off some cocoa powder and top with fresh fruits and you are good to go!

 

Steps

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Stir the honey and chia seeds into the yogurt.
Pour the thick yogurt into an individual serving ramekin.
Cover and place in the fridge for at least an hour, or until the chia seeds are nicely plumped up and set.
Sprinkle cocoa powder over the top and garnish with fresh fruits.
Serve cold.

Kamini Patel

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Must say Kamini, these Epigamia yogurts are going very well with a wide variety of your recipees!! great product with great ideas from you..!

Indeed they are! I love Greek yogurt and I am so glad they are so readily available in India now, without the pricey tags! 🙂

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