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Vegan Cocoa Chia Seed Pudding. 1/4 cup (25g) unsweetened cocoa powder. 1 1/2 cups (350ml) almond milk, divided. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract.

3 tablespoons maple or agave syrup, optional. Pinch of salt, optional. 1/2 cup (85g) chia seeds.

Chocolate Chia Seed pudding Create this luscious creamy Chia Seed pudding by blending cashews, cocoa powder, and banana. It rests overnight for a. Add the cocoa powder, maple syrup, coconut milk, and chia seeds to a medium-sized mixing bowl and whisk it to combine. Whisk continuously until the mixture is completely combined without any cocoa lumps.

Add the chia seeds and cocoa powder to a mixing bowl. Pour in the coconut milk and maple syrup and whisk it up until well mixed. Then place the mixing bowl into the fridge for 30 minutes.

At around the 15 minute mark, take the bowl out and give it a stir. After 30 minutes, serve with some dark chocolate pieces and mint leaves (optional). When you can have Tiramisu Chia seed pudding for breakfast, then why wouldn’t you! This easy chia pudding has 3 layers. The Chocolate Coffee layer has warmed non dairy milk, vanilla, cocoa powder, some coffee, maple syrup or other sweetener, and chia seeds.

Yes, only 4: chia seeds, cocoa powder, maple syrup and some plant milk of your choice. It’s a super quick recipe that is ready in 10 minutes, although you need to let stand this amazing pudding in the fridge overnight or for at least 4 hours, but it’s worth the wait!Chia pudding is delicious and easy to make! It is filled with some of the best superfoods such as chia seeds and cacao powder for a dessert that is high in fiber, protein, omega-3s, and more.

By using Oat Yeah Oatmilk, we are adding extra protein to our chia pudding and providing a healthy amount of calcium and B12 to our daily intake. Instructions. To a small mixing bowl add cacao powder (sift first to reduce clumps), maple syrup, ground cinnamon, salt, and vanilla and whisk to combine. Then add a little dairy-free milk at a time and whisk until a paste forms. Then add.

When you’re in need of a quick, no-cook, make-ahead breakfast, chia pudding checks all the boxes. You can even keep jars of it in the fridge for snacks or dessert. But sweet, satisfying chia pudding offers more than convenience. It boasts all the. This chia pudding is every chocolate lovers dream.

A rich, subtly sweet vegan style dessert made from cacao powder, chia seeds mixed together with plant based milk and topped with whipped coconut cream. Wow, can you believe.

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To make the pudding: Mix together the chia seeds, coconut milk, yogurt, and 7/8 cup water in a medium-size glass container with a lid.

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Mix the nut milk with the coconut flakes, coconut oil, and spirulina powder in a blender and then add the chia seeds.

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  • I ended up adding my last ripe banana in and it is yummy! But I have a question. Even when I have soaked chia seeds overnight I always get the seed-feeling in my teeth. Even when I blend the mixture in my Ninja (which is capable of making almond butter) I still have hard seeds. Is it meant to be like that? Am I missing something?

  • Can’t wait to try this in the morning it’s so easy and you can add things!��I’m trying this with coconut flakes with peanut butter ����

  • I do not usually have dates in the house. I lived in Morocco where we got them fresh on the string from the plant and they were full of milk! I haven’t had a date since but I do have some dried plums which are also known as prunes. I want this to be my breakfast.

  • Wow! I was waiting for your upload! Really thanks�� l love this recipe, too!
    And I’m inviting you warmly to my channel.:) have a nice today

  • I eat Chia Seed Pudding all the time, except the ONLY thing that I don’t do that you do is process mine the next day in a blender. Please do more Chia Seed Pudding Recipes.

  • I so need a couple of large Mason Jars. I don’t blend my Chia Seeds. Cause to me when they are soaked in that Milk. They are like Tapioca Pudding. Which I love. I made some. But I don’t like Honey with chocolate. So I just used Trivia and coconut sugar…Which works for me. Of course have to have the Cinnamon. I need Omega in my diet anyways. ��

  • Im going to try blending it to make it smoothe I dont bother with honey doesnt need it… Chia pudding topped with banana is yum or blueberries

  • QUESTION! What is your favorite vegan smoothie recipe? (Comment and tell me!)

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  • Look so good! �� Last time I made chia seed pudding with almond milk, it had gross clumps on chia… and it didn’t have the pudding texture. I think I’ll try it your way sometime. I really hope it works.. ❤

  • This is exactly the way I make my chia pudding breakfast! Sometimes I use homemade coconut milk instead of almond milk 😉 it’s DELICIOUS

  • I must be missing something, somewhere but where are the ingredients
    quantities? I ran into the same issue with the fudge recipe.

  • I love how easy this recipe is. I love dates and my husband is on a high protein diet. I think he will love this. thank you for sharing. love your channel.

  • Too bad I don’t like chia, avocado for me all the way Thanks for the info about gas….. I didn’t know that and it was a problem for me, but that does not mean I will try this…

  • Do you know roughly what the nutritional content of this recipe is? Macros and micros? Thx in advance. Also, this is just one serving right?

  • Made this for my meal this evening it’s really lovely. I put less syrup in it than you suggested and added some raspberries on top. Easy to make I think it’ll become one of my staples! Thanks Vince. x

  • I’m just wondering, will the chia seeds not expand and soften over time? Will the quality of the pudding depend on whether you drink it right away or store overnight in fridge and drink next morning?

  • Woaahhh! You’ve been on a roll with these awesome recipes!

    Have you tried blending everything in a blender? Does it give a more smooth consistency?

    Keep up the awesome content!!!!