I love how this Chia Blackberry Pudding turns out! It’s creamy and delicious, all while being high in fiber and antioxidants!
Chia Blackberry Pudding
So I sent my husband to get quinoa and he came back with a bag of chia. You know, chia, quinoa, they all sound the same. See one superfood, and you’ve seen them all, right? So now I have a bag of chia to play with! yay me! High in fiber, fun to eat, and high in antioxidants. I could work with that.
I had some blackberries on hand, and decided to make this Chia Blackberry Pudding. It’s easy to grab out of the fridge when I need a quick breakfast, and it’s delicious! This will take you about five minutes total to make, as the recipe is really simple. No baking, cooking, or heat of any kind is needed. Just blend and then add the chia and shake!
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- 1 pint blackberries (I'm sure any kind of fruit would work)
- 1 1/2 cups soy milk (can use almond, rice, regular milk, whatever you like)
- 2 scoops vanilla protein powder (I used Syntrax vanilla bean torte)
- 2-4 drops almond extract
- 4 tablespoons chia seeds
Put all ingredients except chia seeds into a blender and blend well until the protein powder is mixed in and the blackberries are well broken down. I used a vitamix to get the seeds to pulverize.
- Pour into 2 mason jars or containers of choice and add 4 tablespoons of chia seeds to each. Shake to blend.
- Put into the refrigerator and leave overnight so the chia seeds get well hydrated and puffy.
I am not a registered dietician or nutritionist. Nutritional information is provided a courtesy, and can vary depending on the exact ingredients you use.