With just 4 simple ingredients, this delicious chia pudding will have you asking for more. And luckily, it’s pretty healthy for a dessert. You can add in raw honey or stevia if you want to sweeten it or eating it without any added sweeteners.
It’s great for anyone on a Paleo, Ketogenic or other low carb or gluten-free diet. This chia pudding recipe is vegan as well, which makes it a great one to serve at a dinner party. It’s pretty, it’s unique, and it fits pretty much every diet. And you really can’t go wrong making this.
This recipe is super easy to make. Just take a look at the infographic below and you’ll see. Feel free to pin and share it.
Place the coconut milk into a cup with a lid. I put it into a magic bullet blender, you don’t want to blend it. You can use any sort of coconut milk (from a carton or from a can, but note that the nutritional info will differ – the cans typically contain more concentrated coconut milk). If you’re using coconut cream, then dilute it with some water first.
If you want this chia pudding recipe to be sweet, then add in stevia or honey at this point into the mixture. If the honey is too thick, then heat it slightly before adding it so that it mixes properly.
Then just shake it with the lid on for 5 seconds – don’t actually blend it!
Pour into a glass and place into the fridge for 4 hours for the chia seeds to expand and form their gel.
Chop up 2 fresh strawberries into small pieces and mix the pieces into the pudding. Save 1 teaspoon of strawberry pieces for topping.