Chia seed pudding is a simple and delicious way to easily get the benefits of chia seeds.The beauty of Chia Seed Pudding recipe is that there are dozens of ways to customize it. You can change the flavor, the texture, the sweetener, the color, and practically any other part of the recipe, and it is almost impossible to mess up. Not only does this make chia seeds a great starting point for breakfast, a healthy snack, or textured dessert, but it also means that they will help you stay hydrated.
The favorite thing about chia seed pudding is that you can customize the flavors with different fruits and extract combinations. Try some of these delicious and super easy chia pudding recipes! They can also be a great way to get your family to eat chia seeds, which is always a bonus.
This recipe gave me ideas due to a lack of ingredients in my fridge. I just improvised and ended up making a fruit smoothie (banana, orange, strawberry, nonfat yogurt), threw in a dollop of honey, some cinnamon, then added chia seeds.
So, this is a chia pudding. Am I joking about the cake batter thing? Absolutely not. I wouldn’t do that to you! Especially on a Friday! I mean, don’t go expecting boxed funfetti cake batter, but expect something pretty dang similar chock-full of nutrient dense ingredients.
Vanilla Cake Batter always gives a delicious taste in any recipes. Chia Seed Pudding with vanilla cake and batter will definitely make your breakfast awesome.
I know chocolate is a very favorite sweet dish for many people. In this recipe, you will use chocolate with Chia seed. Don’t forget to add the coconut taste.
Not only chocolate, you can also try Strawberry with Chia seed pudding recipe. Check out chocolate + strawberry chia seed and enjoy the healthy breakfast.
2-ingredient berry soft serve + 4-ingredient vanilla chia pudding = 1 dream-worthy parfait. Well, make that 2 dream-worthy parfaits, because this recipe makes enough for you and a friend.
Vibrant matcha powder gives this chia seed pudding recipe a lovely emerald hue and also infuses it with a healthy taste. You will love to have it.
This Lemon Raspberry Chia Pudding makes a refreshing and healthy snack recipe, made with fresh or frozen berries and sweetened with just a touch of honey! It also is a great dessert for one or for guests!
This Key Lime Pie Chia Pudding is a recipe concept I’ve had on my to-make list for nearly a year. Then, once I finally tested it. I went back-and-forth and back-and-forth again on whether I should save it for the book. It is awesome.
If you aren’t a peanut, butter, and cream fan, look away. But if you are (and who isn’t?), this is the chia pudding for you. Ready your breakfast spoons.
It’s so quick to prepare and is packed with nutritious chia seeds! There are so many variations of chia seed pudding, but this has become our new family favorite.
A creamy almost instant pudding made from chia seeds is swirled with a bright and tangy raspberry rosewater sauce and topped with fresh raspberries in this easy make-ahead breakfast or light dessert.
I have been thinking I should be trying this chia seed pudding thing! The combo of blueberries, coconut, and honey sounds delicious.
This recipe is helping me get the nerve to try chia pudding! I love a nice orange & vanilla flavor combo! As an artist, I’m extremely visual. Have you tried it?
This just fulfilled my dessert craving when I was facing an empty kitchen (other than mostly chia seeds, apparently)! Because I was out of my silk almond milk.
This particular chia breakfast parfait recipe is kind of eating a peanut butter cup for breakfast. A peanut butter cup made with chia seeds! It is very delicious.
For me Mint-Matcha Chia Pudding with Dark Chocolate Drizzle is a sweet treat that you can prep in a flash and be enjoying in a few hours or the next day.
I know this whole chia seed pudding concept may not be anything new for some of you guys, but I’m just now discovering its textured deliciousness. Have a try, please.
5-minutes prep and a delicious + healthy breakfast will be ready the next morning! This tasty vanilla-almond crunch and creamy peach chia pudding will be your new favorite breakfast! Love this overnight recipe.
I always tend to say “Layers of pumpkin and chocolate chia pudding made for a great snack, post workout snack, or even a delicious healthy dessert”. Do you!
We are loving this recipe right now. I made it twice last week and it didn’t last 24 hours in the fridge. I haven’t posted a chia pudding in a while and now that summer is here, I figured it was time.
I’ve made these Almond Joy Chia Seed Puddings over 5 times now, a perfect on-the-go breakfast or dessert. Healthy and delicious whichever way you enjoy them!
This chia breakfast bowl has been in high rotation here for the past couple of weeks. It’s summery and bright, and if you can get on board with chia seeds in general, it’s a nice way to start the day.
It’s incredibly simple, too. Just combine some milk (almond milk to make it dairy free), chia seeds, peanut butter, and cocoa powder. I used Ghirardelli 70% cocoa powder I had in my pantry and I recommend you to use a high quality cocoa powder with this.
Delicious and healthy chia seed pudding packed with protein, Omega-3, and calcium that you can make in under 5 minutes.
The orange flavor was so refreshing, and the kefir is pretty much like eating tart frozen yogurt and the chia seeds give it a very cool texture. It’s like eating a tart creamsicle.
Need a caffeine boost and some extra antioxidants in your diet? Look no further than this Blackberry Green Tea Chia Pudding. It’s made with just 6 ingredients, but each is packed with its own nutritional benefit to keep you going on your healthy path.
Never enough pumpkin! I love chia pudding and can’t wait to make this. I made peach chia pudding all summer and fell in love with its cobbler-like taste when heated. I wonder how pumpkin would be warmed?
I personally eat chia seeds in a lot of things- oats, smoothies, on top of salads, in my water, etc. They are super versatile because they don’t have a taste so you can literally throw them in everything.
Well, hello there beautiful Cherry Berry Chia Seed Pudding! This is a recipe you will want to have in your fridge. Just knowing that it is there will make you feel better. Why? Because at any moment; breakfast, lunch, snack, or dessert you can reach into your fridge and pull out this healthy choice dish, and within seconds be immersed in a cloud of chia seed pudding bliss! Making healthy choices during your busy day should be easy! This recipe can help.
This pudding starts off by mixing raw chia seeds with homemade almond milk. Chia seeds are small greyish seeds that form a thick gel when soaked in liquid.
So incredibly cool, looks almost too good to be healthy. My boys would devour this and not even realize how good it is for them. Believe me, you are a great fan of this recipe.
This recipe for a paleo chia pudding combines tart berries with a chocolate pudding, with creamy almond butter and bananas at the bottom. It is rich and decadent and you may only be able to eat one half of the jar and save the rest for later! I add just a few chopped almonds on top, but if you want more of a crunch, you could layer more almonds throughout and even some mini dark chocolate chips!
Well, you definitely need lemons to make this pudding. Main benefits of drinking warm water with lemon first thing in the morning is to improve digestion, boost mineral absorption, and detoxify your body.
A fragrant vanilla bean is split and scraped right into a mixture of coconut milk and chia seeds and left to infuse overnight. (If coconut milk is not your thing, simply swap it out for the milk of your choice.)
I love the thick mousse texture. I didn’t add cayenne but I might next time.
This chia seed pudding has all the spices of a delicious pumpkin pie; top it with chopped pecans and pepita seeds for a nice crunch.
Chia pudding is one of my go-to healthy snacks. The combinations are endless, and it’s always so satisfying.Try Chai Chia pudding recipe in breakfast.
This chocolate strawberry chia pudding is vegan, gluten free, paleo and dairy free. Great for almost all diets. It’s also a breakfast that will keep you full for a long time. And who wouldn’t want a little chocolate for breakfast?
I’m a little late to the chia seed pudding bandwagon, I know. But that doesn’t mean I can’t be an enthusiast. The chia seed has been having a moment for what seems like the past five years. That’s probably because its benefit are limitless.
This mint chia pudding recipe has a no-bake, gluten free brownie bottom! It’s only 6 ingredients and is a healthy, paleo, and vegan friendly make-ahead breakfast! Perfect for Christmas morning!
This super healthy pudding has all of the same elements of pumpkin pie with way more health benefits. It’s creamy, cold, pumpkin-y, sweet, and satisfying.
I usually eat about 1/3 with a bunch of fruit. Use mandarins oranges, kiwi, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, grapes, strawberries, pineapple, mango, banana, apples, peaches, granola, nuts, seeds, etc. Mix and match your favorite fruits, nuts, and seeds!
This looks so tasty! You wIll have to go out and buy some chia seeds and coconut water and give it a go.
Literally just had my first taste of this and I’m in LOVE! I have a serious sweet tooth and have found it challenging to find something to curb it. But this, totally hit the spot!
It is very yummy. Having banana with chocolate chia seeds made my breakfast super cool. I enjoyed it very much.
Enjoy the flavors of an Almond Joy chocolate bar with this Almond Joy Chia Seed Pudding! Breakfast or dessert? Does it even matter?!
Rich and creamy peanut butter chia pudding is layered with chunks of sweet apples simmered in cinnamon and maple syrup to make these delectable parfaits, that are decadent enough to eat for dessert, but healthy enough to eat for breakfast.
LOVE chia puddings! I usually just mix it with almond milk and top with dark chocolate morsels. But this raspberry chia seed is just awesome. Worthy to try in breakfast.
These are the 50 most delicious and healthy Chia Seed Pudding recipes. What do you think? Feel free to share your thoughts with us! And if you have any other Chia Seed recipe, please share it with us in the comment section.
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