This simple chocolate chia pudding can be enjoyed for breakfast, as a snack or for dessert! Has only a handful of wholesome ingredients and is gluten, grain, dairy, and refined sugar free.
This chia pudding is a quick snack I make often for me and my family. I honestly had no intention of posting it to the blog because it’s really one of those super simple, not-blog-worthy posts—kind of like avocado toast or chocolate milk. But, since I’ve already eaten this three times in the last two days, I knew I had to share because I will be making it often…talk about YUM!
Chocolate chia pudding is one of my favorite “healthy” treats. I can make a big batch of it and have it ready in the fridge for snacking. Chia pudding is also great for on the go snacks for lunch boxes or picnics. I use these cute little Weck jars to store them in the fridge. They’re the perfect size for individual pudding cups!
To get in some extra probiotics, I like to top my pudding with some coconut yogurt and fresh berries or cherries (when they’re in season.) Each bite tasted like creamy chocolate cheesecake! SO good!
If the listed fruit isn’t in season where you are, you can always use thawed frozen fruit, bananas, a dollop of peanut butter or whipped (coco) cream, etc…anything that pairs well with chocolate will work! Or plain pudding is good too—It’s totally up to you.
This chocolate chia pudding is a nice, healthy treat you can easily pack in your lunch bag or keep in small individual containers in your fridge for an easy grab and go snack! I hope you enjoy it!