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.
- 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.