This succulent, healthy, and nourishing 5-Ingredient Blueberry Chia Seed Pudding is laden with the goodness of wholesome ingredients and the delectable taste of fresh summer blueberry flavors, vanilla, and cinnamon.
This easy pudding makes an ideal make-ahead superfood breakfast on the go, or a light dessert for any day.
It’s a sweet, thick, fruity, gorgeous, and absolutely tasty pudding that is not only crammed with superfood like chia seeds but also made without any refined sugar. Isn’t that amazing? What else can we ask to kick start any morning?
To make this blueberry chia seed pudding, all you need to do is some blending and mixing. Could any easy, exquisite, and wholesome dessert get any simpler? I guess not! :)
The serving option is entirely up to you. You can serve it plain as it is, or just top it with your favorite toppings. No matter how you plan to serve, this pudding would always taste glorious.
Nothing can beat good morning meals that can fuel and charge our bodies, souls, and minds at the same time. And this blueberry chia seed pudding is one of those meals that takes away all the stress in our busy lives.
I love to wake up to such a fresh looking and delicious tasting blueberry goodness in the hectic mornings. What about you?
This recipe page has all the wonderful tips and variations to help you customize this blueberry chia pudding according to your taste and dietary preferences.
This Blueberry Chia seed pudding:
✓ is so full of powerful antioxidants.
✓ is high in omega-3s & nutrients.
✓ is rich in vitamins and essential minerals.
✓ is healthy, satisfying, and loaded with protein and fiber.
✓ is sweetened with a natural sweetener.
✓ is bursting with the goodness of blueberries.
✓ is made with only 5 wholesome ingredients.
✓ is easy to make & ready in no time.
✓ can be made a day before.
✓ is an ideal healthy breakfast or light dessert.
What is Blueberry Chia Seed Pudding?
This Blueberry Chia Seed Pudding is a nourishing and satisfying breakfast or a healthy light dessert that comes together in 5 minutes. This fiber, protein, and antioxidants loaded pudding is simple and easy to make.
It’s a great breakfast, and sinful enough to be served as a light dessert. :)
What is the best milk for blueberry chia pudding?
This Blueberry Chia Pudding is prepared with unsweetened almond milk. However, you can swap it with any other milk of your choice.
Some milk options for this pudding are:
- Oat milk
- Coconut milk
- Sweetened vanilla almond milk
- Soy milk
- Cashew milk
- Cow’s milk
What type of sweetener is best for blueberry chia pudding?
You can choose any sweetener of your choice.
Some sweetener options are:
- Agave nectar
- Cane sugar
- Coconut sugar
- Maple syrup
- Raw sugar
What type of toppings are the best for blueberry chia pudding?
You can choose a variety of toppings — options are limitless. Here are some of my preferred toppings for blueberry chia pudding.
Mangoes, bananas, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, or apples.
Toasted almonds, toasted cashews, toasted coconut, pistachios, hazelnut, or walnuts.
Hemp seeds, flaxseeds, chia seeds.
Jam or compote:
Blueberry, mixed berry, or mixed fruit jam, or compote.
How To Make Blueberry Chia Pudding?
Making Blueberry Chia Pudding might be one of the easiest and simplest of things. Just blend 5 simple and wholesome ingredients and your work is done.
This is how you make blueberry chia seed pudding in 4 simple steps:
Step 1: Add blueberries, milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and honey to a blender or food processor. Blend well.
Step 2: Add chia seeds and mix well.
Step 3: Set aside for 5 minutes, mix again and chill for 4 hours or overnight.
Step 4: Transfer pudding to serving bowl or glass and top with your favorite toppings. Enjoy!
You can make a big batch of this pudding and enjoy it for a couple of days.
You can get the detailed recipe in the recipe box on this page.
What are the ingredients used in Blueberry Chia Seed Pudding?
Blueberry Chia Seed Pudding is made with 5 ingredients.
These ingredients are:
Chia Seeds: Organic seeds are the BEST.
Milk: Choose any milk.
Sweetener: Honey, maple syrup, or any other natural sweetener of your choice.
Ground cinnamon: use organic like Ceylon.
Blueberries: frozen or fresh. I like to use frozen.
Following are some awesome tips and variations to make blueberry chia seed pudding:
I have used frozen blueberries for this recipe because they give a nice thick texture. However, you can surely use fresh ones.
If you don’t have enough blueberries, then you can also add other berries like strawberry or raspberry.
This recipe yields 2 jar sized servings. But you can easily double or triple this recipe as per your need.
If you like the denser and thick smoothie-like texture of your pudding, then you can also blend chia seeds with the blueberries.
Addition of cinnamon to the blueberry based dishes takes them to the next level. So it is highly recommended.
You can adjust the texture to your pudding according to your taste preference. If you think your pudding is too thick and dense then you can add 2-3 tablespoons of chilled milk (or as needed) and mix well. If by any chance your pudding is too runny, then add 1-2 teaspoon of chia seeds to the pudding and chill for 30 minutes.
Chia seeds pudding stays fresh for up to 2-3 days when stored in sealed jars in the refrigerator.
I personally like to use honey because it is higher in antioxidants, lower in fructose-content, is less processed, and has many other health benefits. Feel free to choose any other sweetener.
You can also add 1-2 tablespoons of Greek yogurt or dairy-free yogurt to this pudding recipe.
To make it more fuller, you can also use some granola or muesli toppings.
Make sure to always add the topping right before serving.
Add banans to make it banana bluberry chia pudding.
For a more aromatic flavour, you can also add some cardamom powder to this pudding.
I hope you will like this recipe. If you try this blueberry chia pudding recipe, then tag me on Facebook or Instagram! I would love to see your photos. :)
Blueberry Chia Seed Pudding (Step-by-step photo instructions)
How to Make Blueberry Chia Pudding //
- Add frozen blueberries, milk, vanilla extract, cinnamon powder, and honey to a or food processor and until smooth.
- Add chia seeds and mix well.
- Seal the jar and let it sit for 5 minutes. After that, stir the pudding again to make sure that there are no lumps at the bottom. Refrigerate for 4 hours or until set. You can also freeze it overnight.
- Divide the pudding into 2 glasses.
- Top with a generous amount of coconut whipped cream of natural yogurt.
- Add some fresh blueberries on the top and enjoy.