Chia seed breakfast pudding

Kathleen Blumenthal
I love to cook and expand the boundaries of cooking
Chia seed pudding

You can eat this chia pudding in the morning, snack or lunch. The texture is very creamy, you can serve it in jars topped with berries and fruits. This is a very healthy treat, no matter when and how you eat it. Chia seeds are rich in Omega-3’s and fiber, which help our bodies to save more energy. It will keep you full for many hours.

In just 15 ml of chia seeds your body will get 11 grams of fiber, which is one of the best appetite suppressants. Chia pudding is a delicious way to add more fiber to your diet and start the morning with something tasty. All you need to do is to mix everything together, place the mixture into a container and refrigerate for 8 hours. You will be sleeping and liquids will form a creamy texture by expanding the seeds. No cooking needed, even amateur chefs can do this treat.

You can use anything you want for the pudding. You can use coconut milk or coconut cream, as well as natural yoghurt (coconut yoghurt is my favorite) and mangoes, salted almonds and coconut flakes.

Chia seed breakfast pudding

If you like overnight oats and your goal is to eat healthy and delicious foods, you will love this recipe for a quick and easy way to prepare the pudding. Enjoy this meal as a healthy breakfast packed with natural flavors. You can use coconut to make the pudding even more flavorful and top it with your favorite berries and fruits. You can even take your favorite yoghurt.

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 8 minutes
Servings 2
Calories 352 kcal


  • 60 ml chia seeds
  • 225 ml coconut milk
  • 60 ml coconut yogurt
  • 1 mango
  • 50 ml coconut flakes
  • 50 ml salted almonds, sliced


  1. Take a bowl, add milk and seeds together, cover and place in a fridge for 8-10 hours. If you can't wait for so long, place it in a fridge for 2 hours. You can stir the mixture occasionally to break up the chia seed clumps as they form.

  2. In the morning, mix chia seeds once again to break the clumps and create an even texture. Add the yoghurt. Top with fruits, nuts and flakes. You can add all nuts and berries that you add. Sometimes, I also add maple syrup or chocolate sauce.

Recipe Notes

My favorite mixture for this pudding is coconut milk and yoghurt. You can use canned coconut milk or any milk that you drink. Coconut milk has a more complex flavor and I think it's better for your health.

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