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Chia Pudding | 5 Minute Snacks

When I am home on the weekends, I want to be able to make quick snacks that can satisfy my cravings and hold me over between meals. I have quite a few go to snacks that take under 5 minutes to make that I will be featuring in this series of 5 minute snacks!

Today's recipe is for my healthy, easy, and fast chia pudding! I love making this recipe quickly at night and then having it the following day as a semi-sweet treat.

Want to see my last 5-minute snack recipe? Click here for my Mexican Inspired Street Corn!

Ingredients for Chia Pudding

  • Chia Seeds

  • Almond Milk (I like using Chocolate Almond Milk when I have it!)

  • Honey

  • Optional Toppings: Frozen Fruit, Toasted Coconut, Chocolate Chips

Directions to Make Chia Pudding at Home

  1. Pour chia seeds in a tupperware dish. Because these are quick recipes, I like to eyeball it instead of doing a strict measurement. I tend to cover the bottom of my tupper with about 1 cm deep of chia seeds. Roughly 1/4 of a cup.

  2. Add almond milk into the tupperware. You will want roughly 3 times as much almond milk as chia seeds. Roughly 3/4 of a cup.

  3. Stir!

  4. Add a few drops of honey for a little natural sweetness.

  5. Chill in fridge overnight.

  6. Add toppings & mix ins! I like to mix in either frozen fruit, chocolate chips, or coconut. These toasted coconut flakes from Trader Joe's are SO good!! Pro tip: Leave frozen fruit in the pudding overnight to have the flavor fully infuse.

What fast snack recipe do you want to see next?! Let me know in the comments!


Alana Robin

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