How To Make Chia Pudding: A Basic Recipe

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Have you been thinking about trying chia pudding but were feeling a bit intimidated or unsure of a “basic” recipe?

Today I have just that for you. This recipe is easy, straight forward, delicious and opens the door to many other recipes to spruce up your pudding.

I love how chia pudding keeps you full, fulfills a sweet tooth and provide a lot of nutrients in such a tiny form.

  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 1 tbsp nut butter
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • ¼ c. chia seeds

*add water or carton almond/coconut milk if finished product is too thick

Mix all ingredients together and leet sit overnight to thicken, shaking or stirring if needed to keep seeds from settling at the bottom.

Serve with toppings of choice.

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How would you top your chia pudding?

28 thoughts on “How To Make Chia Pudding: A Basic Recipe

    1. Katie Post author

      My favorite is peanut butter and banana, but any fresh fruit is perfect! I also really like putting dried figs on top…oh my! 🙂

  1. Liz

    Thank you for giving us a simple recipe! Every chia seed one I have seen is packed full of items. I love the simplicity of this…looks so good too!

    1. Katie Post author

      Sometimes, we just need a basic recipe! You can try the packed full ones later, if you decide you like it! 😉

  2. Ruth

    I don’t know why I haven’t made Chia pudding yet. I eat them mixed into my oatmeal quite often. I loved tapioca as a kid, so I know I won’t have an issue with the texture. I guess I just need to do it. lol
    P.S. I loved your little apartment tour, I have no diy ideas for a headboard, I would probably just buy one at IKEA or something.

  3. Chrissy

    We love chia Pudding or chia seeds for that matter and I try and incorporate them into all my joghurts and smoothies. Great recipe!

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