Chia puddings play such an important role in our diet. They are super rich in omega 3 fatty acids, which help develop a strong and healthy brain while warding off depression and anxiety, and they’re packed with calcium, protein, and other important nutrients. But you can’t tell your kids to eat them because they’re good for you! They have to be tasty, too. For the longest time, I made chia puddings using homemade nut milks, but I lately, I’ve been drawn to adding the yolks from our backyard hens’ eggs. Doing so adds additional nutrients like choline, vitamin K2, and vitamin D.
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