Confession: I've never made or ate chia seed pudding before, yet here I am writing this post.
After seeing a few recipes on Pinterest, I couldn't resist saving a few favorites. They look so good.
I can only hope all of these variations of chia seed pudding recipes taste as good as they look. What if I don't like chia pudding at all?
The basic recipe for chia seed pudding looks simple.
Take some coconut milk or almond milk and combine with chia seeds. Then, let it sit 3-5 hours or overnight. This allows the chia seeds to soften and become pudding-like. Then top or combine with your flavors of choice (fruit, sweeteners, nuts, seeds, chocolates, etc).
Here are some of the recipes I thought looked the best.
1Chia Seed Pudding - Byrdie
2Cherry Almond Chia Pudding - The Simple Fare
3Creamy Raspberry Chia Pudding - Hummusapien
4Vanilla Chai Chia Pudding - Blissful Basil
5Almond Joy Chia Seed Pudding - House of Yum
6Chocolate Chia Pudding - Elana's Pantry
7Gourmet Chia Seed Pudding - Oh She Glows
8Mango Lime Chia Pudding - GI 365
9Lemon Raspberry Chia Pudding - Super Healthy Kids
10Topical Chia Pudding - Yummy Healthy Easy
11Peanut Butter and Jelly Chia Pudding - Eats Well With Others
12Matcha Green Tea Chia Pudding - Choosing Raw
13Overnight Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding - Minimalist Baker
- So, if you've tried chia seed pudding before, is it as good as it looks?
- Do you have the perfect chia seed pudding recipe? If so, please share it in the comments.
- Any additional tips I need to know?
If you made it to the bottom of the post, but are unsure exactly what makes chia seeds so great, read this post on the benefits.
My next step is clear: time to buy chia seeds.