This Pumpkin Pie Spiced Chia Pudding is a fun treat for a Halloween breakfast or dessert!
Step 1 – For the faces, I painstakingly cut out shapes from chalkboard stickers. I wish I’d been able to find my glass window paints as that would have been so much easier. Don’t try to stick on or paint on the glass once the pudding is inside, as the condensation from the cold pudding will prevent any adhesion. For Pumpkin face inspiration, choose from the two pdf booklets below.
Step 2 – Use your choice of nut, seed, organic soy, or dairy milk to suit your particular diet preferences. For a richer pudding, use coconut or dairy cream.
This is a fairly standard pumpkin pie spice mixture, however, it can easily be adjusted according to taste. For example, as I find nutmeg quite strong I would use half the amount stated. The amount of cinnamon can easily be doubled if cinnamon is a favourite spice of yours. For making a larger amount of Pumpkin Pie Spice to use later, find a recipe here.
Step 3 – Black chia seeds would also work well, as long as you don’t mind the orange colour being less vibrant.
Step 4 – These serving glasses are recycled from Chocolate Pudding Cups bought at Aldi, though I’m sure you can come up with something equally as inventive.
Step 5 – The dark chocolate used for the hair could be replaced with raw cacao nibs or crumbled homemade chocolate biscuits.
Enjoy the fun and please send me a photo of your creation!