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12 Chia Seed Pudding Recipes You Have to Try

Chia seed pudding has become a popular dessert and breakfast option in the last few years. With the versatility of chia seeds, the wide selection of non-dairy milks on the market, and the hundreds of possible variations of this treat, there’s no end to the flavors that you can experiment with. Here we have gotten together some of our favorite chia seed pudding recipes for you to try. And, make sure to learn more about the nutrition benefits of this small but mighty seed in Chia Seeds: Frequently Asked Questions.

Chocolate Chia Pudding with Blackberries and Blueberries

Chia and Cocoa both come from Central America. It’s interesting to think that these two ingredients could have been used together for several thousand years. This pudding is the classic chocolate chia pudding served with black or blueberries, great for dessert or breakfast.

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Golden Milk Chia Seed Pudding

Golden Milk is a popular blend of milk and turmeric and spices. This dish uses that idea to make one of our favorite chia seed pudding recipes.

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Awesome Almond Chia Seed Pudding

This recipe is an easy way to start your day. The almonds, almond milk, and chia seeds provide protein that you need to get going in the morning, and the maple syrup gives just the right hint of sweetness. We hope you enjoy this one.

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Raspberry Chia Pudding

This fresh raspberry and vanilla chia pudding is a bright and delicious treat that tastes like summer. This is one of our favorite chia seed pudding recipes.

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Almond Joy Chia Pudding

This decadent treat from Dianne’s Vegan Kitchen is a rich version of the popular candy bar — the perfect blend of coconut, chocolate, and almond. This is at top of the list of dessert chia puddings.

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Orange Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding

This Pudding is reminiscent of those orange vanilla creamsicles that you used to get from the ice cream truck as kids. The recipe recommends banana, honey, or berries for toppings; since we’re all about vegan at VegKitchen, feel free to sub maple syrup for the honey. This a great breakfast option.

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Pumpkin Chia Pudding

This is the perfect treat for a cool fall day. This recipe is super easy, and with canned pumpkin, you can make it any time of year. Pumpkin adds a touch of comfort to chis seed pudding recipes.

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Parfait

This is another dessert favorite among chia seed pudding recipes. However, despite the peanut butter cup taste, it’s actually quite good for you. There is a bunch of protein in here, so you could even use this as a decadent and guilt free breakfast.

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Lemon Curd Chia Pudding

There’s something cooling and refreshing about a lemon curd. This is a bright and tart pudding that will be a great way to wake up on a hot summer morning. It also make a great dessert to curb that lemon merengue pie craving, serving as a vegan version of the classic.

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Peaches and Cream Chia Pudding

Peaches are one of the best stone fruits on earth. They’re especially great when chilled on a hot day, or sliced and covered in coconut cream. This is one of our favorite chis seed pudding recipes.

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Mexican Chocolate Chia Pudding

This recipe is a spicier version of classic chocolate pudding. Mexican chocolate uses cinnamon, and can often use chilis in it as well. this recipe uses both to give this pudding a kick. This would be a great dessert to finish off a taco Tuesday.

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Vanilla Chai Chia Pudding

This recipe has all of the wonderful spices that you would find in a vanilla Chai latte and makes a great fall breakfast.

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What are your favorite chia seed pudding recipes? let us know in the comments, below.

James Pegler :James Pegler is a Chef and writer. originally from northern California, James now lives in Nashville, TN. Nutrition, health, history, cooking, and writing are his passions.