I love testing out new chia pudding recipes. There’s so fun and easy to make, with so many flavour options. I’ve made this chocolate ‘sundae’ chia pudding recipes multiple times this summer and felt it was finally time to get it up on the blog. I switch up the toppings just a bit each time I make it, but it’s time it’s always a hit. If you’re looking for a simple and healthy snack or dessert, this is one you’re sure to enjoy.
Why I love this pudding recipe?
- Easy to make
- The flavour combo is super tasty
- Just sweet enough
- Has a chocolaty aftertaste
- Great for snack, breakfast, or desert!
What makes this pudding a healthy option?
- It uses clean and simple ingredients
- It’s naturally sweetened
- It’s allergen friendly; dairy, gluten, soy, egg free, with a nut free option
- It’s rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals helping support overall health and strengthening the immune system
- It’s high in fiber and good fats, supporting overall digestion, blood sugar levels, brain and heart health
Steps to making this chocolate-maca pudding recipe:
- STEP 1 – Mix all ingredients
- STEP 2 – Add to jars and refrigerate
- STEP 3 – Add toppings and enjoy
A few tips when making this recipe:
- Use organic where possible, in particular with the cacao powder
- Allow for enough chill time
Chocolate Sundae Chia Pudding Recipe
Chocolate Sundae Chia Pudding
- Measuring Cups
- Measuring Spoons
- Small Glass Jars or Bowls (120-160ml)
- 1/4 cup chia seeds
- 1 cup dairy free milk (I used coconut) I used coconut milk
- 1-2 tbsp full fat coconut cream optional but recommended
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 2 tbsp organic raw cacao powder depending on how chocolatey you like it
- 1/2 tsp Ceylon cinnamon
- Pinch of pink salt
- Coconut yogurt
- Organic strawberry jam and/or fresh diced strawberries
- Drizzle of melted dark chocolate*
- Add all pudding ingredients to a small mixing bowl. Whisk thoroughly until fully combined.**
- Pour and dived among 3 glass jars or small bowls. Cover and place in the fridge to cool (30-60 minutes, or overnight)
- When ready to eat, layer toppings into the jars/bowls. Serve and enjoy right away!
- *For a tasty chocolate drizzle, melt 1/4 cup dark chocolate with 1 tsp coconut oil in the microwave for 30-40 seconds, mix well with a fork to ensure all chocolate pieces melt.
- **If you don’t like the texture of chia seeds, you can add all chia pudding ingredients to a small high speed blender for a minute or so until seeds are fully blended. Then add this mixture to the jars and refrigerate.
- Coconut cream is optional but I recommend as it adds a nice creamy texture.
Have you tried chia pudding before? What layers do you love to add to chia pudding? Share with me in the comment section below!
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