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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Easy Peach Chia Pudding Recipe | Ciao Gusto Italy

Paid Partnership with Ciao Gusto Italy

One of my favourite things to do when I am travelling is to check out the local supermarkets. There is something so interesting about how food is packaged and marketed differently and I love trying new and interesting products. I have spent half my adult life living abroad in different countries in Europe and I really miss having such a wide variety of different products to choose from. I do my grocery shopping online a lot more often now that I have a baby, it is so much easier to sit and plan meals then explore the aisles online than trek to a supermarket to do the big food shop. I find buying online has given me so much more choice, and The Ciao Gusto Italian Deli at Ocado has expanded that further- bringing a tonne of different Italian products to the UK, including Santal juice.

I drink far more juice than I will ever admit to my dentist, and I like Santal juices because they do not contain any artificial colouring or preservatives. I have been way more mindful of what is in the food that I eat since starting Cassius on solid food last month, and I am making an effort to live by the rule that if I wouldn't let Cassius try it, I shouldn't eat it either.

I have recently been making chia pudding because it provides such a fun sensory experience for a weaning baby, even if the clean up afterwards is horrific. If he has chia pudding for breakfast on Monday, you can bet your bottom dollar I will still be finding errant seeds stuck somewhere by Friday!

You can use pretty much any liquid in this recipe and the flavour combinations are endless. Coconut milk is particularly nice, but this time I used juice to make more of a dessert pudding.

I think we can all agree that chia pudding is one of those things that tastes infinitely better than it looks!

Prep time: 5 minutes Yield: Enough for 2 portions


2 tablespoons of chia seeds
1/2 cup chopped strawberries (or any other fresh soft fruit)
1 cup of Santal Peach juice

To get your hands on Santal juices to try, click here.


  • Combine the ingredients in a mason jar, or tupperware. Give it a good stir and seal it before refrigerating it overnight. 
  • Decant the chia pudding into serving cups, add some more chopped fresh fruit as topping.
  • SERVE!

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