Keto Blueberry Chia Pudding
Nutrition facts per serving
Carbs = Net carbs
This chia pudding is great as a snack or as an easy keto breakfast idea!
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g (frozen) blueberries
oz (frozen) blueberries
cup (frozen) blueberries
Let the blueberries simmer for about 10 minutes and stir them regularly while they cook.
You know the blueberries are good once their consistency starts to resemble that of thick blueberry jam.
Let the jar sit for about two minutes before stirring again.
Make sure there are no clumps of chia seeds at the bottom or the edge of the jar and that everything is evenly distributed.
Give it a good stir one last time and enjoy it!
You can also leave it in the fridge for a longer period of time and eat it later, especially if your cooked blueberries were still quite hot when you mixed your chia pudding – but you should still stir the pudding once more at the 30-minute mark.
The pudding will keep fresh in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.
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