OMG I’m on a chia-seed pudding bender & I can’t stop. Thank goodness it’s super good for you or I’d be in trouble.

I think I’ve had it EVERY DAY this week so far. For breakfast. For lunch. For dessert.

Yah, I know. I’m obsessed.

Here’s the deal: it’s easy, it’s filling, it’s delicious, and just so happens to be one of the healthiest foods ever.

Chia seed pudding recipe


+ Chia seeds are high in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, minerals & protein.

+ Chia seeds contain 11 grams of fiber and 5 grams of protein per ounce (ahem ladies: this is the remedy if you’re ever having trouble in the bathroom lol)

+ Helps to maintain stable blood sugar levels, lower cholesterol, and healthy weight.

+ Helps curb your appetite. These tiny little super seeds absorbs up to 10x their weight in water & turns into a soft gel-like pudding. So it makes you fuller, longer… and I neeeeed that. #AlwaysHungry

+ It’s refreshing and gets rid of any sugary, candy, ice cream craving. <— It really does. Oddly satisfying.

So. If you’re looking for directions, it’s easy (prep time 1 min)

Here’s what you’ll need (serving size 3):

1.5 cups Coconut Milk or Almond Milk (I like to mix a bit of both)

1 tbs Vanilla Extract

1/3 cup Chia Seeds

Here’s what you do:

  1. Combine your milk and vanilla extract into a jar
  2. Add chia seeds
  3. Stir. Stir like mad. A few times! This is key with chia seeds.
  4. Cover the jar and set in refrigerator for at least 4 hours (or over night).
  5. Add toppings and enjoy!

Ta-DA! That’s all folks.

For other variations:

Here, I added blueberries (which sometimes I sub for blackberries), bananas, strawberries, and granola.

Simply add it to your pudding and enjoy!


For this next variation, I made a raspberry jam: mash up some raspberries with a fork- But I’m pretty much game for anything: blueberries, blackberries, bananas, etc.

Add some greek yogurt, top it off with strawberries, granola, blueberries, and you’ve got breakfast on.the.go.

PS: I like to take this with me when I’m running super late, it’s easy & super filling!


Whenever I’m craving something really sweet, I’ll throw this lil combo together: raspberry jam, bananas, strawberries and granola. It so simple and delicious that it tastes too good to be true. Trust me.


PS: Do you guys have any other variations I should try?? Let me know below!

Cynthia Linh (@CynEats)
Cynthia || ESFJ || Founder/Director of Violet Fog || Extrovert, loves making to-do lists, and always down to eat.

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Cynthia Linh (@CynEats)

Cynthia || ESFJ || Founder/Director of Violet Fog || Extrovert, loves making to-do lists, and always down to eat.

9 Responses

  1. Monica T.

    This looks so delicious! Can’t wait to try it & see if it helps curb that daily sugar craving.

    • Violet Fog
      Violet Fog

      Hi Drew,

      The pudding is usually best consumed within 2-3 days! Let us know how it does!

  2. Margaret Forest

    This sounds like a great recipe for something in the morning and light post workout meal. I’m supplementing my smoothies with these bowls. Btw- these pictures are fab!

  3. Sarah

    Sounds like the perfect at-work treat for my 3pm slump! Waaaaay better option than a candy bar ?

  4. Lori Lay

    I love this recipe!!! I tried it this morning already and loving it :). Please post more health tips!


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