Chia Seed Pudding Whole 30 Recipe

Chia Seed Pudding Whole 30 Recipe

If you have aver wanted to try Chia Seeds out, now is your chance! By far this is the best Chia Seed Pudding Whole 30 Recipe ever,  AND you can make it 2 different ways. I’ll show the super nutritious and healthy way that is Whole30 approved and the healthy but has a natural sweetener way, to bring out the flavor in the organic milk…aka not whole30. But that’s ok, not everyone is wanting whole30, yet still want to try some chia seeds in their diet and nutrition. To read more about Whole 30 Weight Loss Recipes click here!

Chia Seed Pudding Whole30 Recipe

Whole30 Chia Seed Pudding

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The great stuff about Chia Seeds are that they are considered a ‘superfood’ since they are a fantastic source for antioxidants and omega oils! That’s right omega!!! And it’s great for vegan and vegetarians because 1 Tbsp of Chia Seeds has 3g of protein….naturally! With that being said, I wanted to share my favorite Chia Seed Pudding Whole 30 Recipe with everyone so they are able reap the benefits of this tiny seed that valued by ancient Mesoamerican Aztec Warriors and modern day Athletes.

The recipe has *organic, and ingredient list will have *organic noted next to it but if you cannot easily source organic then make sure it only has natural ingredients in it, not artificial chemicals /preservatives. Organic is best practices in Whole30 diets.

Chia Seed pudding supplies


Chia Seeds organic

Coconut Milk organic

  • Almond Milk organic, make yourself
  • or Optional Rice Milk organic  (not whole30 approved)

Vanilla Extract organic (not whole30 compliant)


Vanilla Bean Powder – (Whole30 approved vanilla substitute)


Optional:  Honey organic, Agave organic (not whole30 approved)


Glass cups/dishes


Whole30 Chia Seed Pudding Tutorial

Step 1: Pour about 1 Tablespoon of Chia Seeds into a dessert cup/container.

Superfood Chia Seed Recipe

Step 2: Next add your liquid of choice, like organic Coconut Milk or Almond Milk to the top of glass or about 4 inch per Tablespoon of Chia Seeds.

chia seed pudding cups

Step 3: Use the spoon to mix and combine for about 2 minutes, chia seed will start suspending in the mixture.

Step 4: Then add in 1/4 teaspoon Vanilla Extract. OR 1/4 teaspoon Vanilla Bean Powder (Whole30 option)

vanilla chia seed pudding

Step 5: Refrigerate for about 2-4hrs. I usually make it overnight, or in the early AM if I want one after dinner.

Optional: NOT approved by Whole30- Stir in 1 teaspoon of organic Honey, Agave, Stevia

Step 6: Top with fruit and serve!

chia seed pudding tutorial- SWEET HAUTE
Enjoy! If you like Tapioca pudding, this may be a healthy alternative for you! It has a similar consistency but without all the not-so-good unhealthy ingredients and sugar.
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19 thoughts on “Chia Seed Pudding Whole 30 Recipe”

  • Jasmine P says:

    I want to try this! Thanks for sharing!

  • Vanilla extract isn’t whole30 😉 It has alcohol in it.

      • Not sure what “organic” in regards to vanilla extract means, but a lot of the alcohol free brands I found online contain sugar (therefore not whole30). Which brand did you use?

  • This looks and sounds so delicious and thank you so much for sharing your recipe.

  • Those look and sound delicious. I love that they are literally so easy! Plus I love vanilla extract!

  • alicia szemon says:

    i have been seeing these chia seed pudding recipes everywhere! people much really love them. i have to try it!

  • clojo9372 says:

    I have never even heard of Chia Seeds before reading this post. I look forward to trying it. I always look forward to trying something new. 🙂

    • Chia seeds are aaaaaaamazing and full of antioxidants and omega oils for anti-aging and preventative measures, they are great in many recipes!

  • This is something I have never had before but it sounds delicious. It looks especially pretty in your dishware. I will make this one afternoon as a treat for the hot summer!

  • Sharon Bucklin says:

    Really good. but wish the recipe was printable..

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