Toasty Rawmio Chocolate Chia Pudding

Toasty Rawmio Chocolate Chia Pudding

If you're one of those people who like to keep things beyond simple in the kitchen, you will love this easy recipe. A creamy chocolate chia pudding made with our NEW Rawmio Toasted Hazelnut Spread, a base of oat milk, and of course, chia seeds, that you can prep in less than 5 minutes. It makes for a nourishing and filling plant-based breakfast or snack that will keep your blood sugar stable, your tummy happy, and your body feeling energized.

Chia: a superfood powerhouse

Chia is loaded with nutritional benefits - we're talking plentiful omega 3 fatty acids for brain and nerve health, loads of gut-healthy fiber, and all 9 essential amino acids for a complete protein. They're also a good source of antioxidants and minerals manganese, phosphorus, copper, selenium, iron, magnesium, and calcium. They are a superfood from South America once used by Aztec warriors for sustained energy.

The majority of chia seeds' fiber is insoluble, making it a great food for overall digestive health. Chia seeds are highly absorbent and will turn into a thick gel-like texture when submerged in liquid - exactly what's needed to create a thick and creamy tapioca-like pudding.

This recipe utilizes our Rawmio Toasted Hazelnut Spread - a dreamy combination of lightly toasted hazelnuts, heirloom raw cacao, low glycemic coconut sugar, and creamy sprouted oat milk slowly stone-ground to that perfect signature silky-smooth consistency. We blended it right into a base of oat milk to turn it into rich and slightly sweet chocolate milk with a hint of hazelnut.

Toasty Rawmio Chocolate Chia Pudding

The Recipe

Rawmio Toasty Hazelnut Chocolate Chia Pudding
Serves 2

1 cup oat milk (preferably unsweetened)
4 Tbs chia seeds
2 heaping Tbs Rawmio Toasted Hazelnut Chocolate Spread
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
+ extra Rawmio spread for drizzling

1) Blend Rawmio spread with oat milk and vanilla to create a toasted hazelnut chocolate oat milk.
2) Place chia seeds in a glass container or jar with a lid and pour chocolate milk over them, making sure to continuously stir so the seeds don't clump together.
3) Cover with lid and place in the fridge for at least 2 hours* to fully set, stirring a few additional times if possible to prevent clumping.

*For the thickest texture, let your pudding set for 4 hours (or overnight!)

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