Raw Chia Seed Pudding/Smoothie


Hi Loves!

Today on the blog I am sharing one of my favorite recipes to make when I need an energy boost or when I’m craving something sweet and satisfying. This Raw Chia Seed Pudding/Smoothie is perfect for people who are looking to add a little extra substance to smoothies.


How gorgeous is it?? Now the one necessity for making this smoothie is that you must be okay with the texture of tapioca pudding. I know some people can’t handle the texture, so I’m warning you now. For the rest of us, the pudding at the bottom of the smoothie is to die for. I absolutely love the coconut milk / chia combination because it becomes so sweet and flavorful and tastes like childhood again (who else ate those pudding snacks as a kid??). chiasmoothie2

This is also an extremely versatile snack. Either make the pudding the night before in a mason jar and add the smoothie on top before you run out the door, or sit down to a pudding / smoothie bowl and mix the two together. This is also a beautiful snack to make for family and friends if you have a nice, stemless glass like the one in the pictures. If you aren’t normally a smoothie drinker, this recipe will definitely change your perspective. Not only will the fruit energize you and fill you with anti-oxidizing vitamins and minerals, but the chia seeds will improve your skin and cellular function. It’s a win-win!


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Raw Chia Seed Pudding/Smoothie
Recipe type: Breakfast
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Try this Raw Chia Seed Pudding/Smoothie if you are looking for an energizing and satisfying breakfast or snack.
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • 1 banana
  • 1 small chunk ginger
  • ¼ cup coconut milk
  • ¼ cup water
  • 1 tbsp chia seeds
  • 1 tsp honey
  • ice
  1. Mix together chia seeds, honey and coconut milk in a separate glass and allow to sit for 4 hours, or overnight for optimal results
  2. Remove stems from strawberries and set 2-3 to the side. Add remaining strawberries into your blender along with ginger, banana, ice, and water. Blend until smooth
  3. Take your chia pudding and either keep it in the original glass or transfer to a new glass. Slice your remaining 2-3 strawberries thinly and press them against the sides of your glass or jar. They will stick easily, just make sure to press them firmly until stuck.
  4. Pour your smoothie into the glass slowly. Top with chopped cacao beans or nibs, extra strawberries and fresh mint, and enjoy!

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