After a week long of eating and vacationing, I needed to get back on track. What better way than some komboucha and chia seed pudding? I actually don’t know if there is or isn’t a better way, but I’m going to tell myself that this is the best way.
I am loving KeVita Komboucha, especially since I can easily drink so so much pop. Diet Pepsi or Coke could occasionally be my vice. Don’t get me wrong, I rarely drink it, but when I do I’ll go on a day or two day splurge. I love the carbonation and the taste. However, since discovering KeVita, I have been turning to that. The taste, carbonation, and knowing how good it is for you (unlike the liquid garbage that I call Diet Pepsi), I became addicted quickly.
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Sunday night, I made some pumpkin spice chia seed pudding. Monday morning, my body was in dire need of a “reset”, I had my pumpkin spice chia seed pudding paired with lemon ginger KeVita. It was just what I needed to start off the week right, and start to get back on track.
The pumpkin pie spice chia seed pudding is a perfect fall breakfast. Plus it’s whole 30, paleo, vegan, gluten free, dairy free. So like, everyone wins with this recipe. In my reset, I’m trying to eat minimally processed foods, and this breakfast was a perfect start for that.
Below is the recipe for this pumpkin spice chia seed over night pudding!