I’ve made chia seed pudding before, but I’ve either made it like a dessert or with oats – both of which are not allowed on Whole30. Speaking of not allowed… I’ve read that some people even think that this version is a no no, but since you guys already know that I’m making my own rules (Whole15 babyyyy), I decided to go with it. ? Plus, this is a great recipe for ANYONE, whether you’re following the diet or not.
This is super simple, but obviously you can have a little bit more fun if you aren’t doing Whole30! I will say that cherries, almond butter and coconut flakes are pretty awesome toppings, though. I would eat it like this any day.
Now, if you try this recipe and you get hooked on chia seed pudding, #1… YAY! And #2, you have to try my decadent Chocolate Chia Pudding. You make that version by combining chia seeds with coconut milk, cocoa, and honey. Awww yeaaa.
Have you guys tried Chia Seed Pudding?
- 1/2 cup chia seeds
- 2 cups unsweetened almond milk
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- Optional Toppings
- frozen cherries (thawed)
- almond butter
- unsweetened coconut flakes
- Whisk chia seeds, almond milk and cinnamon.
- Let soak in the fridge overnight.
- Stir in the morning and top with bananas, frozen cherries, almond butter and/or coconut flakes.