Chia Pudding (low-FODMAP)

Chia Pudding (low-FODMAP)
(Last Updated On: May 22, 2020)
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Chia Pudding FODMAP

Breakfast, it’s the one thing I always look forward to when I go to bed. Thinking about what I can be eating in the morning always gets me excited! Even more when I get to prepare my breakfast the evening before and start fantasizing about topping it like I can with this chia pudding!

The ingredients

Chia pudding is a great source of fiber when you’re following the FODMAP diet. 100 grams of chia seeds contain 34,4 grams of fiber. This recipe uses 3 tbsp of chia seeds, which equals about 30 grams of chia seeds. This will give you about 10 grams of fiber per serving! Since 25 grams of fiber a day is recommended, it will kick start your day!

The chia pudding can be made with either lactose-free or plant-based milk if you follow the FODMAP diet. If you don’t follow any specific diet, you can make the pudding with any milk of your liking.

Just combine the milk with the chia seeds and mix thoroughly, the pudding will start to form over time. Chia seeds create a jelly substance once they come into contact with water. This process takes a few hours, so make sure to prepare the chia seed and milk mixture well before you want to consume it.

The topping of the chia pudding is the main tasty feature since the pudding itself does not have too much taste. So make sure to top it abundantly, to make it delicious!

Have you made the chia pudding yet? What kind of toppings do you use? Let me know in a comment!

Chia Pudding FODMAP

Chia Pudding

Recipe by Positive Gut - positivegut.com

This chia pudding is a great way to increase your fiber intake on the FODMAP diet, or to have a glutenfree breakfast or lunch! Add any topping you like, to make the pudding super tasty!
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 8 mins
Servings 1 portion

Ingredients
  

Chia Pudding

  • 3 tbsp chia seeds
  • 200 ml milk plant based (almond, quinoa, rice, hemp, coconut) or lactose free for low FODMAP

Toppings, anything you like basically. But think of low FODMAP options like:

  • 30 g walnuts
  • 40 g blueberries
  • 50 g grapes bigger portions are also low FODMAP
  • 1 kiwi bigger portions are also low FODMAP
  • 1 orange
  • 50 g pineapple bigger portions are also low FODMAP
  • 60 g raspberries
  • 50 g strawberries bigger portions are also low FODMAP
  • 1 tbsp raisins
  • 12 g almonds
  • 40 g macadamia
  • 40 g brazil nuts
  • 20 g pecan nuts
  • strawberry jam
  • maple syrup

Instructions
 

  • Mix the 200 ml milk with the 3 tbsp chia seeds and mix thoroughly. Set aside for 5 minutes.
    Chia Pudding
  • After 5 minutes mix again. Cover the cup and put it in the fridge for at least 3 hours, but you can also prepare it in the evening, to eat the next morning.
    Chia Pudding
  • After 3 hours the pudding is done! Top it with your favorite topping, and enjoy!
    Chia Pudding


2 thoughts on “Chia Pudding (low-FODMAP)”

    • Hi Helen, sorry to hear you have GERD. It seems like you have a very restricted diet because of it. Have you tried looking at your diet with a dietitian yet? It might help to find more products you can tolerate. Luckily seeds are included now, I hope you enjoy the chia pudding!

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