Do you ever get cravings for chia pudding? We have! No matter what we eat or how many days we waited, the desire for chia pudding kept coming back. So we gather some of the best chia pudding recipes that we think are delicious and special for trying. You can choose from overnight chia seed pudding with spicy melon puree, protein chia pudding with hemp and cherries, chocolate chia pudding, apple pie overnight chia pudding, keto peanut butter chia pudding, coconut mango chia seed pudding, and more. All of these best chia pudding recipes are satisfying, tasty, healthy, perfectly sweet, and made with few ingredients, so you’re probably going to need to make a double batch. We usually do!
Creamy and refreshing, these coconut cream chia pudding popsicles are nutritious and perfectly sweet snacks for the whole family. Plus, the kids will love them. You’ll need six ingredients, some kitchen items, and to follow three simple cooking directions. The hard part is waiting for the popsicle sticks to freeze for about 6 hours or overnight. Serve cold and enjoy it!
Healthy, nutritious, and delicious, this overnight chia seed pudding with spicy melon puree is a perfect breakfast or dessert to enjoy. Just follow the cooking instructions, and in the morning, layer up your glasses with chia pudding, then melon puree, then chia pudding again. If you have some left-over melon cubes, add them to the top. Serve and enjoy!
No-bake, tasty, and easy to make, this blueberry and fig chia pudding cake is a perfectly sweet and nutritious dessert. The layered dessert is made in a springform pan. On the bottom are a crunchy, crumbly date and walnut crust. Then the next layer is a tasty chia pudding made with sweetened condensed milk and ricotta cheese. Finally, on top are succulent figs and blueberries. Enjoy!
Flavorful and with no sugar added, this protein chia pudding with hemp and cherries can be a perfectly satisfying breakfast, snack, or dessert. Follow the cooking directions, and remember when choosing your hemp milk and protein powder, select ones that are both unsweetened and unflavored. Serve and enjoy!
Creamy and satisfying, this chia pudding with coconut milk and berries looks and tastes heavenly delicious. It has a perfect balance of flavors and creamy-crunchy texture, but it’s super light and filling. When it’s ready, serve it into single-serve containers with one tablespoon jelly, 1/4 cup fruit (bananas, blueberries, strawberries), and one tablespoon granola. Enjoy!
Keto, quick and easy, this chocolate chia pudding is so filling and made with a few ingredients together. The best part is that the pudding is ready in a total time of 5 minutes. Your job is to whisk the coconut milk until smooth, add the other ingredients, and stir thoroughly. Then chill the pudding until thickened. That’s that – you’ll get a plate full of chocolate pudding healthy enough for breakfast and sweet enough for dessert. Enjoy!
Paleo and vegan, this mango chia pudding is lightly sweet, super delicious, and really easy to make. Plus, it’s a completely no-cook recipe full of flavor but not overly heavy or filling. You can substitute any milk that you like, so long as you use the correct liquid ratio to chia pudding. Follow the cooking directions, cover, and set in the refrigerator for two hours or overnight. When it’s ready, serve in cups and top with a little extra diced mango. Enjoy!
This apple pie overnight chia pudding is a tasty make-ahead recipe perfect for breakfast. Gather the needed ingredients and follow the simple step-by-step cooking instructions. The pudding will be soft-set and edible after only about an hour, but we recommend waiting at least 2 hours or overnight before eating it until the pudding is creamier and more fully set. Serve it topped with additional graham crackers, cinnamon sprinkles, and apples as desired!
Yummy and nutritious, this easy chia seed pudding recipe will be your next favorite make-ahead and a meal-prep recipe for chia pudding. It has the right sweet-but-light flavor and just the right creamy texture. Follow the cooking instructions, and serve it with mix-ins and toppings, if desired, such as granola, nuts, jelly, and fruit. Enjoy!
Nutritious and filling, this keto peanut butter chia pudding is also low carb, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, paleo, vegan, and vegetarian. Follow the instructions, and let it sit for at least 6 hours or even better overnight in the fridge. Serve cold or warm and top up with your favorite toppings. Plus, you can easily double the serving for another day by packing the pudding into individual servings to make it easy to grab and go. Enjoy!
Low carb and very refreshing, this strawberry chia pudding with almond milk is an easy and tasty treat for the whole family. You’ll need a handful of basic ingredients and follow the cooking directions. If you have a nut allergy, you can sub out the almond milk. Any low carb milk beverage is suitable for the recipe. Divide into serving dishes and chill for at least 4 hours or overnight. Serve and enjoy!
Colorful, yummy, and such a fun snack, this coconut mango chia seed pudding is such a pretty and delicious flavor combo with the mango and raspberries. Plus, you can adapt the recipe to create new variations with different dairy-free kinds of milk, soaked nuts and seeds, shredded coconut, cocoa, vanilla, cinnamon, and other fruits and berries. To serve, divide the pudding between two glasses and add the remaining diced mango and berries of choice!
Vegan and paleo, this blueberry chia pudding is super creamy and lightly sweet, and filled with flavors. Plus, you can store the pudding in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 4-5 days. You’ll need four simple ingredients and just to follow three simple cooking steps. Serve it topped with a scoop of yogurt, extra blueberries, or any other toppings you enjoy!