Homemade & Healthy Vanilla & Coconut Chia Seed Pudding

It’s the simple pleasures in life…

Like digging into a subtly sweet, smooth and creamy pudding after a long day.

Or, even better: starting your day this way.

Ooh OK wait, I can top that one: starting your day with a delicious pudding and knowing that you’re filling your body with nutritional goodies.

This homemade and healthy vanilla and coconut chia seed pudding is one of my favorite treats.

And it’s so nutritious, I even eat it for breakfast quite often (sans honey) — the healthy fats keep me satiated throughout the morning and are a perfect way to start the day.



Mix all ingredients together in a jar or bowl. Place it in the refrigerator to set for 30 minutes to an hour. After this time, the pudding should have firmed considerably.


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  1. Vicky

    This looks delicious? How many servings is it? How long does it last in the fridge after you make it?

    May 17, 2015 • 1:01 pm •
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