3-Ingredient Chia Seed Pudding


ChipMonks love chia seeds! Why? Because chia seeds are packed with antioxidants, essential nutrients, good fats, protein, and a ton of fiber. They also help reduce your risk of heart disease, chronic inflammation, and blood sugar spikes. And while chia seeds are a perfectly good snack on their own, they also make for a delicious purple pudding.

Here’s our ultra-simple, 3 ingredient recipe for a delicious, keto-safe, low-carb Chia Seed pudding:

What You’ll Need:

Chia Seed Pudding Ingredients


And that’s it! This is seriously one of the easiest recipes you’ll ever learn, and in about 30 minutes you’ll have 2 delicious 6oz servings of Chia Seed Pudding. Let’s get started:

Step 1: Stir your Chocolate Sunflower Spread

Chocolate Sunflower Spread for Chia Seed Pudding

In case you haven’t heard, chocolate sunflower spread is a delicious Nutella alternative with no added sugar, but it does have a tendency to separate. To make sure your Chia Seed pudding is silky smooth, be sure to give that SunFlower Spread a generous stir right out the gate.


Step 2: Combine Chocolate Sunflower Spread With Almond Milk

Combine Almond Milk with Chocolate Sunflower Spread

You’re gonna notice some lumps, but don’t worry. That’s totally normal, and the chia seeds will help to bring everything together in the end. We recommend room temperature almond milk for easier mixing.


Step 3: Add Chia Seeds and Stir Gently

Chia seeds in Almond Milk with Chocolate Sunflower Spread

Just until the chia seeds are evenly distributed. Don’t worry if you’re still seeing lumps. This is where the magic happens.


Step 4: Wait (10 mins)


Patience! Those chia seeds are soaking up your almond milk mixture and creating a gelatinous texture that is perfect for pudding. Just sit back, put on your favorite slow jam, and let the Chia seeds do the heavy lifting.


Step 5: Final Stir & Chill

Chia Seeds Almond Milk Chocolate Sunflower Spread Pudding Mix

After 10 minutes, give that pudding one final stir to make sure the texture is evenly distributed, then let chill for 30 minutes in the fridge. Now you’ve got two 6oz servings of healthy, delicious Chia Seed Pudding. At 180 calories per serving, this pudding packs 8 grams of protein and only 1g of sugar.


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Nutritional Info (~per 6oz Serving):

 Calories  180
Total Fat 9g
Saturated Fat 2g
Trans Fat 1g
Sodium 85mg
Total Carbs 12g
Net Carbs 1g*
Fiber 7g
Allulose 4g
Protein 8g
Sugar 1g

*Net Carbs = Total Carbs - Unabsorbed Carbs (7g Fiber, 4g Allulose)



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