Creepy Chia Seed Pudding, certain to frighten your little monsters this Halloween!
If you can look past the fact that this looks horribly disgusting, you’ll find it actually tastes good!
I took my standard chia seed pudding recipe and turned it into a ghoulish goop by adding green matcha powder. I can go on for days about the benefits of both chia seeds and matcha powder, but that’s not the point of this recipe! My goal is to totally creep you out! If you’re dying to know more about chia seeds, read here.
I found the skull mug at my grocery store, but I’ve seen similar ones at party shops. Matcha powder can be purchased at Whole Foods in the tea and coffee aisle or on vitacost.com. The vibrant green color is a healthy way to color food such as frosting.
Serve this at your Halloween parties this year to totally gross out your guests!
P.S. Sorry if I’ve ruined the way you view chia seed pudding now!
- Add all ingredients to a small bowl and whisk. Let it sit for a few minutes and whisk again to prevent clumping. Repeat 1-2 more times, cover and place in the refrigerator overnight.
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