A quick, easy, low-mess breakfast, making it perfect for school mornings. This vegan triple berry chia seed pudding is easily adaptable and only takes a couple of minutes to make!
Sometimes, I don’t know how I lived without chia seeds. I don’t mean to be over dramatic, but they are such a powerhouse of nutrition and can be used in so many different ways! Over the past few months, chia seeds have made in an appearance in many dishes and baked goods at my house. But one of my all-time favorite ways to eat chia seeds is in chia seed pudding. And pudding plus berries equals pure happiness.
One of the main reasons why I love chia seed pudding is that you can make it the night before and it’s a quick, easy, low-mess breakfast, making it perfect for school mornings.
I like to use this vegan triple berry chia seed pudding as a base for other recipes. For example, if I wanted a coconut chia seed pudding, I could simply use coconut milk and sprinkle unsweetened coconut shreds on the top in the morning.
It’s also very easy to double, triple, or even quadruple this recipe. You don’t have to be a math whiz or add 3/4 cup + 2/3 cup. Pinky promise.
This Vegan Triple Berry Chia Seed Pudding is so easy to make! It takes less than five minutes to prepare, only a handful of ingredients, and tastes amazing. If you like tapioca pudding or rice pudding, then I think you’ll really like this chia seed pudding.
I buy Bob’s Red Mill Chia Seeds, but I’ve seen them in bulk at Whole Foods and Earth Fare. They aren’t expensive, especially since you have to use so little. I use strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries for my chia seed pudding, but any other berry will work just fine.
Here’s the recipe:
- 1 cup non-dairy milk (almond, rice, or soy)
- 4 tablespoons chia seeds, black or white
- 1½ tablespoons organic pure cane sugar (or sweetener of choice)
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- mixed berries of choice
- In a small bowl, combine the milk, sugar, and vanilla extract. Stir until combined. Sprinkle on the chia seeds and stir them in thoroughly.
- Pour mixture into a pint jar and refrigerate overnight, or until it reaches the desired thickness, stirring occasionally.
- Serve pudding with mixed berries sprinkled on top.
Looking for more chia seed recipes? I’ve got a few!
Iced Mint-Raspberry Tea with Chia Seeds
Rich Vegan Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding
Whole Wheat Chia Seed Pancakes
Antionette Blake says
I have two bags of Chia seeds, I may try one of these recipes. Thanks for sharing at the #WWDParty.
This looks creamy and delicious. Just pinned to the Fridays Unfolded links board, and thanks for sharing at the party!
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jill conyers says
I love chia pudding and i have a very similar recipe that I make often.
Lizzie Lau says
This looks fantastic. I use chia in my baking, but I haven’t tried a chia pudding yet.
I pinned it and stumbled it.
Margaret Anne says
Anne Marie says
YUM! I usually make chocolate chia seed pudding, but I might have to try berry next time I get some
Thanks for sharing at the #SHINEbloghop
Looks really nice, thanks
Mandy, Barbie Bieber and Beyond says
Thanks for linking up to #Stumbleintotheweekend These chia recipes look amazing, Definitely going to try!
Andrea Fogleman says
Oh, this looks fabulous. Thanks for sharing.
This looks wonderful! I’ve just started experimenting with chia seeds and this looks like another good recipe with which to start. Found you at Inspire Me Monday. Pinning it!
Nicola - Pink Recipe Box says
I bought some chia seeds and haven’t had the chance to use them yet. This recipe looks like a great place to start – now I just need to decide whether I should have them for breakfast or dessert!
I have this the fridge right now and I cannot wait to eat it with some berries in the morning! I was wondering how to keep the chia seeds floating toward the top and not sinking all to the bottom of the cup, does stirring help with that? Thanks so much!
Margaret Anne says
Great question! The surface tension of the pudding keep them from sinking. If you pile berries on top of each other, a few may get pushed under. Thanks Amber!
I love both tapioca and rice puddings but have never tried chia – thinking it is going to be on my try very soon list. Thank you for sharing at Share It One More Time. Cathy
I looove chia seeds & the delicious pudding they make! Yours came out beautifully!
Margaret Anne says
Aww, thanks Heather! Chia seeds do make delicious pudding.
Natasha in Oz says
Thanks so much for joining the Say G’day Saturday Linky Party! I have just pinned your delicious recipe and can’t wait to try it.
Natasha in Oz