Choco Chia

Chocolate pudding is one of my favourite things to make, as it’s one of my favourite things to eat, haha! Do you get me? Then today’s recipe is definitely something you’ll like. It’s my favourite chocolate pudding. It’s very healthy, so you can even have it for breakfast if you like. Actually you can have this whenever you like. They’re absolutely great for brunch and can easily be a nice dessert after a lovely meal. Oh and it is definitely a good snack in case you’re craving something sweet. So for all the chocoholics and people with a sweet tooth, go to the kitchen to make this. Your future self will thank you!

CHOCO CHIA

Serves: 2

-1 cup oat milk
-1/4 cup yogurt
-2 tbsp cacao powder
-2 tbs agave nectar
-1/4 tsp vanilla extract
-1/4 water
-1 tsp agar agar
-1 tbs chia seeds
-1 tsp hazelnuts (chopped)
-1 tsp cacao nibs
-1 tsp desiccated coconut

-Put the oat milk, the yogurt, the cacao powder, the agave nectar and the vanilla extract in the blender until it’s nice and smooth.
-Put the water and the agar agar in a sauce pan and make it boil.
-On a low fire, add the mixture from the blender and let it simmer for 1 minute.
-Switch of the fire and mix in the chia seeds with a spoon.
-Divide the warm chocolate over 2 little glasses and put it in the fridge for 3 hours or overnight (better).
-Before serving: sprinkle the hazelnuts, cacao nibs and coconut on top.
-If you don’t want to use agar agar, then just add 2 extra tbs of chia seed to the cold chocolate mixture. Note that the structure will be different.

Are you a real chocoholic? Are you going to give this recipe a try? Please let me know when you’ve tried it. You can do this in a comment below. You can also tag me or use #PlanetManel on Instagram. Thank you! X

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