Chia Seed Puddings

This summer there have been lots of fresh and tutti fruity recipes posted all over social media. From acai seeds, berries, nuts, chia seeds, coconut, tropical fruits and cocoa powder, you name it – there are loads of recipes to experiment with! 

I recently experimented with chia seeds and coconut milk, crossing my fingers that I would end up with a trendy chia seed pudding (or close enough)… Turns out they aren’t nearly as hard as they look and taste refreshing with a sprinkle of coconut and seasonal berries on top.


The Ingredients:

I found my recipe in one of my Instyle magazines, however you can find many more on Pinterest, Instagram and blogs…. these are the ingredients I used…

Vanilla and/or coconut yogurt

Chia seeds

Coconut milk

Vanilla bean extract




The quantity of each ingredient depends entirely on your personal taste and flavour palate. If you enjoy a crunch I recommend adding 2 to 3 tablespoons (per serve), and less if you prefer a smoother texture.


The Recipe:

#1: First mix together the coconut milk and yogurt until all the same density and there are no lumps.

#2: Next add in your desired amount of cinnamon and vanilla extract.


#3: Thirdly mix in the chia seeds and pour into individual bowls/jars to set in the fridge overnight.


#4: When you next wake up you’ll find a lovely refreshing chia seed pudding ready to bring with you to work for morning tea! Don’t forget to add berries and toasted coconut shavings…



#5: Enjoy! 🙂



The result:



Do you have a favourite refreshing summer recipe? Ever tried chia seed pudding or have a favourite berry topping?


Daisy Chain Daydreams xox 🙂


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