I've been a big fan of chia pudding from the very first spoon and I want to say that the first things I liked were the taste and the texture. After that, I started reading about chia seeds and saw the list of nutrients and benefits they contain (omega 3 and 6, antioxidants, magnesium, iron, calcium, phosphorus, potassium etc.). If you take a look at the recipe, you'll see it's so easy that you can even make it with the children. You can let your imagination run wild when you decorate the pudding or when you decide the final taste you want etc.
Because the pudding can be prepared cold, it's also a very quick dessert. It only takes as much as the liquid is absorbed by the seeds (30 minutes - 1 hour). Below I had coconut milk, but you can make delicious chia jelly with your favorite juice. Coconut milk can be replaced with any milk or whipping cream you like. Use flavors, sweeteners, cocoa, fruits, colors - all according to your tastes and preferences.
This time I made chia pudding with strawberries and it was a hit - in the serving glasses I poured 1 layer of simple pudding with vanilla and coconut milk and a second layer of strawberry puree and milk. You can successfully use frozen strawberries or other fresh/frozen fruit here.