Coconut Chia Pudding Recipe

Chia pudding used to slightly scare me because the look of it reminds me of fish eggs. But after attempting to make chia pudding a few weeks ago (you might have seen on Instagram) I was sold and it’s now one of my favourite breakfasts!

Chia seeds have a ridiculous amount of fibre, high in protein and if not using cow’s milk it is a vegan snack/breakfast. After trying some recipes and experiments I have found coconut milk is the best for flavour and texture.

Recipe

Ingredients

1/3 cup chia seeds. The GreatValue Walmart brand is the cheapest I can find.

1 400 mL (13.5 oz) can of coconut milk.

Sweetener to taste also depends on the topping. I used 1/2 tablespoon of honey.

Toppings. I have used macerated peaches, blueberries, strawberries & raspberries. Toasted coconut is always a good choice as well. I also added granola.

Directions

Mix coconut milk with the seeds until all of the seeds have been soaked. Then let sit. I usually make this after dinner then it’s a great thick texture when I wake up in the morning. So over 12 hours. But it also seems to work after sitting in the fridge for about 4-5 hours. Add toppings and enjoy!

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Peach with toasted coconut on top.

Mixed berries, topped with granola and toasted coconut.

 

Have you ever had chia pudding? What’s your favourite flavour?

 

P.S. It’s Peri

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13 thoughts on “Coconut Chia Pudding Recipe

  1. Lana Cole Reply

    That looks delicious!!

    1. psitsperi Reply

      Thank you!! It is so good

  2. Gracie Marchiani Reply

    Those look so yummy!! 😀

    1. psitsperi Reply

      They were so good!

      1. Gracie Marchiani Reply

        Sweet!

  3. simplywendi Reply

    yours looks way better than mine does! i love it with blueberries and vanilla……

    1. psitsperi Reply

      Oooo blueberries and vanilla is a good combo! I’ll have to try that next

  4. VictoriaDawn Reply

    Thanks for the recipe! I have a bag of chia seeds from Costco (so a LAAARRGE bag) and I have barely used it. I’m going to try your recipe today and checking out more of your posts.

    I love your blog idea! I homeschooled all six of my kids, and I would love it for them to blog about it. My youngest, and only girl is 19; close to your age, I think?

    Thank you for visiting my blog!

    1. psitsperi Reply

      Hope it goes well! It’s surprisingly delicious.

      Thank you so much!! That’s impressive! And yes that is close to my age. Have they all graduated then?

      1. VictoriaDawn Reply

        Yes, they’ve all graduated. It’s soooo nice to not have that responsibility!

        I made a big batch of the pudding, and tried some little samples last night, then I made myself a blueberry almond parfait this morning. SO good! I liked the sample I made with organic peanut butter and chocolate, too.

        1. psitsperi Reply

          I bet!

          YAY! I’m glad it worked out well! Chocolate has to be favourite one. Blueberry is so good too!

  5. Alice Reply

    Chia seeds really look like fish eggs 🙂 I think I need to try to prepare myself such a dish for breakfast.

    1. psitsperi Reply

      They’re good! Definitely try it. I’m going to make it for breakfast again today

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