Recipes & Dishes

Chai Chia Pudding

Ok, so if you’re not a big fan of chia seeds, this chai chia pudding may just convince you otherwise. Chia seeds are packed with Omega-3, fiber, & are “power seeds!” I posted a blog awhile back on chia seeds, so if you want to know more detailed health information regarding chia seeds, be sure to check it out! You’re just a click & a search away! This chai chia pudding is light, nutritious, yummy, & super easy to make. Chia pudding makes a wonderful meal prep, & can be refrigerated up to 5 days. For the win!! You can pretty much make chia pudding your own! Whatever your favorite fruits and/or toppings, you can simply just add them in! It makes it all the more flavorable! For this particular recipe, I prepared it fairly basic, & tossed in a few of my choices of “add ins.” Chai chia pudding only calls for 6 ingredients. Now keep in mind, these are ingredients of choice. If you want to add and/or take away, feel free! Here’s what I did. Shall we?

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: Refrigerate overnight, or a minimum of 4 hours


1/2 cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or milk of choice)

2 tbsp. of chia seeds

1 tbsp. of raw honey

1 tsp. of ground cinnamon

1/2 of a ripened banana

1 tsp. of vanilla extract

Combine all above ingredients (except for your banana) in a wide mouth mason jar & stir well.  Refrigerate for a minimum of 4 hours, & up to 5 days. Enjoy with your favorite toppings! once you are ready to enjoy, add your bananas for your toppings. You don’t want them soggy. 

~Optional-  you sprinkle added cinnamon on top of your bananas!










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