Fruity Chia Pudding

Chia puddings for breakfast anyone?  If I have a hectic week ahead, pre-made chia puddings or smoothies are my go-to brekky of choice.  Prep them with your favourite fruits on Sunday and you are good to go for the week!

Why chia? The little seeds are high protein, contain a decent dose of omega-3 fats, lots of antioxidants and more calcium than milk. What a powerhouse of combined nutrients!

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Fruity Chia Pudding
Paleo, Vegan, Grain free, Gluten free, Dairy free, No Refined Sugars.
  1. Combine the coconut milk, chia seeds, vanilla, cinnamon and salt in a bowl, use a whisk to combine.
  2. Add the maple syrup and mix to combine.
  3. Place in the fridge for 3-5 hours, or over-night.
  4. Remove from the fridge and stir with a fork to separate the seeds.
  5. To assemble, layer chopped fruit, chia mix, coconut yogurt and garnishes between 4 small cups/jars/containers.
  6. Serve chilled form the fridge for breakfast.
Recipe Notes

*A note for those who have identified a pathogen (parasite, bacteria or yeast), please stick to low sugar fruit options (e.g. berries) and decrease maple syrup content to 1 tbsp.

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P.s. Here’s a bonus video to show you how they’re made…


Bella Lindemann

Bella is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner who specialises in working with women with gut infections and associated chronic digestive complaints, fatigue and food sensitivities.

  • Bree

    November 11, 2016 at 10:04 am Reply

    Would you know the nutritional values of the pudding with/without maple syrup and berries since those can very.

    • Bella Lindemann

      November 11, 2016 at 10:26 am Reply

      Hi Bree, here’s the basic low down per serve (will vary by brands, etc.)… without MS and Berries: 460 Cals, 5 Carbs, 45 Fat, 10 Protein… with MS and Berries: 520 Cals, 20 Carbs, 45 Fat, 10 Protein. Hope that helps! Bel

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