This simple chia seed pudding recipe is the perfect base for all of your favorite toppings! Chia pudding is a healthy treat and a great source of healthy fats. Best of all, prep time is about 60 seconds.
Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
2 cupsoriginal almond milk*
1Tbsp. pure maple syrup(optional; I omit if using original almond milk)
A sprinkle of unsweetened coconut (optional)
In a medium container with a lid, stir together milk, chia seeds, and pure maple syrup. Cover with lid and place in the refrigerator for at least 6 hours or overnight.
If needed, add an extra splash of milk before serving. Spoon chia pudding into individual dishes and top with banana slices, berries, and coconut flakes just before enjoying.
Without toppings, chia pudding stays good in the refrigerator for as long as your milk stays fresh.
Nutrition facts do not include toppings and have been calculated using original almond milk and 1 Tablespoon of pure maple syrup.*If subbing in unsweetened almond milk, I recommend adding an additional teaspoon or two of maple syrup, to taste. If subbing in regular dairy milk, no need to add extra sweetener.