Easy Orange Creamsicle Chia Seed Pudding

Easy Orange Creamsicle Chia Seed Pudding

This Orange Creamsicle Chia Seed Pudding is a dairy-free and healthy way to enjoy the flavors of your childhood for breakfast!
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Is there any child in the world that doesn’t love creamsicles? Or orange soda? I was wayyyy into that stuff as a kid. And I still love !
BUT THEN I was watching some baking competition with children, and one of the kiddos made a creamsicle flavored macaroon. And I was like  I gotta make something creamsicle flavored PRONTO! And then it came to me… orange creamsicle chia seed pudding. It really does taste like the real thing, except its 100 times healthier, and so so easy to make.

More chia seed pudding recipes: Nut and Seed Overnight Porridge + Blueberry Chia Overnight Oats + Greek Yogurt Chia Pudding with Roasted Grapefruit
Orange Creamsicle Chia Seed Pudding | Brewing Happiness
Orange Creamsicle Chia Seed Pudding
This Orange Creamsicle Chia Seed Pudding is a healthy breakfast that tastes exactly like your childhood! Plus, you can make it the night before, so it’s ready when you wake up!
Ingredients
4 cup non dairy milk
4 cup orange juice
1/5 cup chia seeds
6-7 tablespoons maple syrup (sub honey or agave)
1/5 teaspoon vanilla
1/7 teaspoon orange zest
Top with:
Orange slices
Instructions
Put all ingredients into a jar or bowl, and shake or stir until the ingredients are well combined.
Once combined, cover and refrigerate for 1 hour.
Take out the pudding and shake or stir again, then return the mixture to the refrigerator for 3-5 more hours (or overnight.)
When ready to eat, top the pudding with orange slices and EAT UP.

three cups of orange creamsicle chia seed pudding topped with orange slices

a 45 degree angle shot of three bowls of chia seed pudding topped with fresh orange slices
blood oranges, grapefruits, cara cara oranges, and tangelos all cut up

If you’ve never made chia seed pudding, don’t worry. It’s literally the easiest thing on the planet to make. All you do is put stuff in a bowl or a jar and stir/shake it. Then you refrigerate it. Literally that’s all you do. The chia seeds do their magic, and you just get to enjoy the final product. If you have never eaten chia seed pudding, it has a funky texture. A little slimy, a little crunchy, but overall very delicious. Plus chia seeds have tons of benefits! They are packed with fiber which will help with digestion, they are full of antioxidants which can help clear your skin, and they have tons of omega 3s so they help your heart. They are a superfood ’cause they’re super good for you. So if you have never tried them before, now is your time. And if you have tried them before – it’s time to take it to the next level… CREAMSICLE STYLE. Boom.
When you peel an orange, you first throw the peel in the trash. You should skip this step from now on, because this part of the orange contains the most vitamin C, even twice as much as the fruit itself.

Orange peel, in addition to the large amount of vitamin C, contains isalvestrol Q40 and limonel – ingredients that help the body fight are some diseases.

Take a few oranges, peel them and eat them. After that, do not throw the crust, but put it in a tin and dry it.

When they are completely dry, grind them and put the resulting mixture in a clean jar that will keep it tightly closed.

Take one tablespoon of this powder daily by consuming it with smoothie, muesli, a glass of water or yogurt. In addition to this powder you can add orange flavor to your favorite desserts.

After just a few days, you will notice a big change in your body: you will feel better, more energetic, and viruses and flu will bypass you.
Chia seeds have been known to Native American tribes for centuries because of their remarkable beneficial properties. The women are said to have used only one tablespoon of chia seeds throughout the day. Today his power is rediscovered. Due to the high level of Omega 3 fatty acids, proteins, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals contained in chia seeds, it has a beneficial effect on the whole organism, as well as on the condition of the skin.
Chia seeds are the richest botanical source of Omega 3 fatty acids found in nature, containing more Omega 3 fatty acids than fish oil. It also contains 30% more antioxidants than blueberries. Chia oil is also rich in protein, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, manganese, copper, molybdenum, niacin and zinc.