Creamy Chia Seed Pudding Recipe, Ep53

Radiance Central-Chia Seed Pudding

Having a craving for something creamy and yummy?! This Chia Seed Pudding recipe is super delicious and simple to make! You can eat it plain or add some fruit for sweetness and flavour (in today’s video demo I make the Chia Seed Pudding with passion fruit, but you can always use any other favourite fruit like mango, or pineapple, or berries, or… spice it up with some cinnamon or vanilla bean powder! Yum!!!

Radiance Central-Chia Seed Pudding Ingredients

Creamy Chia Seed Pudding  (makes 2 cups)

2 Cups fresh Almond Milk— (click here for Homemade Almond Milk recipe)

1/4 Cup Chia Seeds

1/4 – 1/2 Cup Fruit (cut-up fresh fruit or berries, whatever fruit you like!)

1 Tbsp natural sweetener like honey, maple syrup, coconut palm syrup, etc.. (optional)

1 pinch of salt (optional)



1 Glass jar with a lid



1- Mix chia seeds and almond milk in a glass jar and seal jar with a lid.

2- Refrigerate for 6-12 hours, occasionally stirring or shaking mixture so the chia seeds are mixed evenly with the almond milk. During this time the chia seeds will become soft, gelatinous and thicken into a pudding-like texture.

3- Serve Chia Seed Pudding plain, or with cut-up fruit, or berries, or sweeten with a natural sweetener like honey, maple syrup or coconut palm sugar.

4- Chia Seed Pudding can be stored in refrigerator for up to 3 to 4 days.

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2 thoughts on “Creamy Chia Seed Pudding Recipe, Ep53

  1. I love it when you post recipes! As mentioned in my post about your homemade almond milk recipe, I think things are harder than they really are (especially when it comes to health food), until you show how incredibly simple they can be. I also wanted to tell you that I use your blender-juicing method all the time. I watched that video of yours a long time ago and have been doing it that way ever since. I used to own a juicer, but I hate having a lot of kitchen equipment, plus a juicer is way harder to clean than a blender and a nut milk bag. When I owned a juicer, I didn’t juice very much because of this. But ever since I got rid of my juicer and started just using my blender and a nut milk bag, I juice more now than ever! For me, it’s gotta be easy or I won’t do it. (Remember, I’m the one with 6 kids and I just had a baby 2 months ago … that’s why it’s got to be simple! … But I want my family and I to eat healthy, too.) Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Oh, and one more thing: Sometimes after I juice, I’ll quickly rinse out the blender, pour the juice in, then add some ice, bananas, etc. to make a smoothie out of it. A fun treat that my whole family loves!

  2. Wow!!! I finally got around to trying this and it is YUMMO!!! (And super easy, too!) I added some raw honey and freshly cut pineapple. I thought it would be good, but not THIS good! I gave my bowl to my husband so he could have a taste. He ate the whole thing! I had to laugh because it reminded me of your husband doing the same thing. Hey, if the men like it, you know it’s good! My husband said that it kinda reminds him of tapioca pudding. I love finding healthy things like this that aren’t only super good for ya, but incredibly tasty, too! The best of both worlds. Thanks again, Natasha!

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