If you made and loved these sensational overnight blackberry oats, then you will absolutely love this lighter but more decadent blackberry chia pudding. It is one of the quickest things you could whip up for either breakfast or dessert and you will become addicted. I promise!
I am constantly looking at creating delicious and exciting chia pudding flavours. And I've got some interesting ones on the blog - matcha chia pudding and ginger chia pudding. And I've got heaps more that I haven't blogged about - gingerbread, mango and lime and chocolate! But today, I am sharing one of my favourite - blackberry chia pudding. Inspired by the popular overnight oats recipe on my blog, I created a lighter, vegan version with chia and it is every bit as delicious as the original.
The recipe is super simple. Just blend the frozen fruit with coconut milk and sweetener in the blender. Mix with chia seeds and allow to set in the fridge. Done! If you have just five minutes, make this and come breakfast, you'll be thanking yourself.
I hope you enjoy this really simple recipe. It is not only delicious but has so many health benefits. Blackberries are especially known to reduce menstrual symptoms and ease cramps. They are also great for your teeth, brain, bones and immune system. So go ahead, make yourself a beautiful jewel-toned cup of chia pudding and reap the benefits! x
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BLACKBERRY CHIA PUDDINGPrint Recipe Rate / Comment
- 1 cup (130 g) frozen or fresh blackberries
- 1 cup (250 ml) almond milk or drinking coconut milk
- 3 tablespoons yoghurt
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 6 tablespoons chia seeds
- Place blackberries, milk, yoghurt, maple syrup and vanilla in the jug of a blender.
- Process until thoroughly blended.
- Place chia seeds in a medium glass container. Pour the blackberry puree over the chia seeds. Mix well. Cover with a lid and allow to set in the fridge for at least 2-3 hours before eating.
- Will keep well in the fridge for up to five days.
LOVED THIS! I've been making different chia puddings and this is by far the best one yet. I added a 1/2 tsp. of almond extract and will put sliced almonds and some unsweetened coconut on top of my next serving! Thanks!
This was amazing! I used almond milk and added a splash of almond extract as well. It didn't quite all fit into the glass jar with the chia seeds, but I ate/drank what was left with a sprinkle of sliced almonds. It was so far the BEST chia pudding yet! I may add some unsweetened coconut to the top with the almonds..
I'm thinking it would make a great shake with a scoop of protein powder and 1 TBSP. of chia seeds. Thanks for the recipe!
This is absolutely delicious, very nutritious and couldn’t be a simpler or quicker dessert to make.
Thanks for posting .
I have made it several times since seeing this recipe a few months ago.
Have never found white chia seeds . So, I use black. Don’t know if this is why it doesn’t firm up as much as I would prefer. Still delicious.
This looks insanely delicious! I need to try this asap!