Chocolate Chia Pudding

I thought I’d add a few recipes I use, when I want something filling, healthy, and tasty. This chocolate chia pudding does help satisfy some of those hunger pangs. This is just 1 serving size, you can adjust for however many you want. For information on the health benefits of chia seeds click here.

Chocolate Chia Pudding (80 calories)

Serving Size-1

Nutrition Profile

  • Protein-2 g
  • Sugar-0
  • Total Carbs- 7 g
  • Dietary Fiber-6 g
  • Fats-4.5 g





Measure out and place in a pudding cup. Add hot water to fill up and stir at the same time. Hot water will help dissolve all the dry ingredients and help with mixing. The mixture will be watery at first, this is expected.

Put in refrigerator and let it set for 1 hour. The chia will expand and absorb most of the water which results in a pudding like consistency. I personally like strong cocoa and coffee flavors, you can adjust the ingredients to suit your taste buds.



9 thoughts on “Chocolate Chia Pudding

  1. Thanks for this informative article, to be sincere I know nothing on how to make chocolate chia pud, but I found this article informative on how make chocolate chia pud. I will make sure I share this with my friends and family it a really nice review.
    Thanks for this wonderful piece and I hope to revisit for more wonderful article like this.

  2. Hey…. So happy to see a recipe such as this… I’m going to try this out next weekend,  I know my nieces will so much like it. Although I understand every part of this recipe but I have a little question to ask… If after refrigerating it for 1hour, the pudding is not consistent, can I still put it for extra one hour in the refrigerator? 

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  4. Great recipe, including the nutritional value, ingredients and instructions on how to make it. I am definitely trying this one out. Maybe a long day at work, using it as a dessert before getting something proper to eat.

    i do hope my hubby likes it too, then it might become a house favorite!

    Thanks for this piece.

  5. Chocolate Chia Pudding certainly sounds very appetising, and after reading your linked article on the health benefits of Chia seeds, I can see why it can help in weight loss. Ok, so it won’t take the pounds off by itself, but the fact that it has so much fibre, and that it expands causing us to ‘feel full’ definitely would help with the hunger cravings, fooling us into thinking we no longer need to eat. Lovely photos too by the way… very tempting 🙂 

  6. This is great! I only recently discovered chia seeds and now I put them in just about everything. I use them instead of pepper on most of my foods and I sprinkle them into my protein shakes, as well. The idea of consuming them in pudding makes perfect sense, given their consistency. I’m going to give this recipe a try! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Hey nice tea can I have some now outside is cold? What happens when you put it in the refrigerator after it’s hot, you wait until it’s cool first then put it in? I love chocolate and I also have to share this with my lovers. Well done there, I wonder why was it so short as I was looking for more stuff to read. I’ll share this with my entire gym.

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