I mean, come on. All of the free things, which means that pudding for breakfast is totally acceptable whether you’re on a diet or not.
When I was reading about Whole30 and the philosophy (a ton that I disagree with), there is a note that it isn’t recommended to eat chia pudding because it can make you think of real pudding and THAT IS SO BAD and on and on. So I presented this to Jay, who’d been asking for chia pudding, and he rolled his eyes and we made chia pudding.
Great story, right? So, while this isn’t on the hoity-toity list of recommended Whole30 foods, it is totally compliant with all of the actual rules and delicious to boot. You can also make this with sweetened versions of any of the ingredients, which…wouldn’t be gross, hence why some people feel the need to detox from sugar. Because it’s good. We enjoyed this without added sugar, though, thanks to some fresh fruit and raisins which add sweetness without sugar to the final dish.