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.
How would you top your chia pudding?
THANK you for a simplified version of this treat! I get way too overwhelmed when other recipes call for a scoop of whey, a tablespoon of ground flax, quail egg extract, unicorn tears… lol. Looking forward to digging into this
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coconut milk is the best addition for chia pudding! it adds such a great little bit of flavor. Can’t get enough of this stuff!
I’ve never made chia seed pudding but now I need to try it! This looks like a fun change from my usual oats in the morning.
I haven’t made chia seed pudding yet, but I’ve seen it in so many places that I would love to make it soon. 🙂
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I just bought a package of chia seeds!!! Can’t wait to make this!
This pudding looks so delicious! I am going to make it for breakfast this weekend!
I love a recipe that incorporates ingredients I already have on hand–easy AND delicious AND healthy?! Sign me up! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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yum! cant wait to try! Whats your favorite topping for it? Ive never tried it before!
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My favorite is peanut butter and banana, but any fresh fruit is perfect! I also really like putting dried figs on top…oh my! 🙂
Love chia pudding! I’ve never tried it with coconut milk before but it sounds so delicious! Thanks for sharing!!
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Oh my gosh, do it! Coconut milk is SO delicious! It just makes it a whole new level of creamy!
So easy! I’ve never tried chia seed pudding but you may have convinced me 😉
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This is awesome since I never know what to do with Chia other than putting it on oatmeal.
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Make the pudding! 🙂
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!
Sometimes, we just need a basic recipe! You can try the packed full ones later, if you decide you like it! 😉
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
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The texture totally reminds me of tapioca which I used to love to as a kid!
Great recipe – so many people are scared to try Chia pudding, but this makes it fearless – thanks for sharing
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This looks so simple, which is perfect for me – thanks for sharing! 🙂
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Super simple is a must around here too! 😉
Chia pudding NEEDS to happen in my life! I have a feeling I will ADORE IT!!
Yes it does and YES YOU WILL! 🙂
We love chia Pudding or chia seeds for that matter and I try and incorporate them into all my joghurts and smoothies. Great recipe!