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Chia pudding with berries and yogurt

Easy chia pudding with berries and yogurt is a beautiful, healthy breakfast or snack.

Chia pudding with blueberries and rasberries layered in a mason jar with plant-based yogurt.

I really like chia pudding because of its diversity and easiness.

My absolute favorite is the most simple one made with almond milk with a pinch of vanilla. But you can make chia pudding basically with any liquid or fruit puree, so the variations are infinite.

How to make chia pudding

Making chia pudding is very easy: mix chia seeds in liquid and wait.

Chia pudding keeps in the fridge for up to 5 days so you can prep the pudding for the whole week in advance.

For one portion, you can do the pudding the evening before, but it can also be made in 30 minutes.

Quinoa pops

Have you already tried quinoa pops? They are easy and quick to make, just like popcorn. Quinoa puffs and also burns faster than corn, so remember to keep a close eye on it!

Oil is not necessary for popping anything, but it will give a crispier result.

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Chia pudding and plant-based yogurt layered in a mason jar and garnished with fresh berries and quinoa puffs.
Chia pudding with blueberries and rasberries layered in a mason jar with plant-based yogurt.
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Chia pudding with berries and yogurt

A healthy snack or breakfast with chia and plant-based yogurt
Veera R.
Prep time15 minutes
Cooking time30 minutes
Total time45 minutes
Category: Breakfast
Servings: 2
Calories: 205.65kcal


Chia berry pudding

  • 100 ml almond milk (⅓ cup OR 3.4 fl oz)
  • 20 g raspberries
  • 20 g blueberries
  • 4 tablespoons chia seeds

For the yogurt layer

  • 100 ml plant-based yogurt (1/3 cup OR 3.4 oz)
  • 20 g raspberries
  • 20 g blueberries


  • 1 tablespoon quinoa pops
  • berries


Chia pudding

  • Measure almond milk, berries and chia seed in a small mixing bowl. Stir with a fork. Crush the berries a little to release juices
  • Move the bowl to the fridge for at least 30 minutes. Stir for a couple of times during the first 15 minutes.


  • Mix the yogurt with rest of the berries.

Quinoa pops

  • Rinse a spoonful of quinoa and tap dry with a kitchen towel.
  • Put the quinoa in a small pan on a medium heat. Cover with a lid and heat until the quinoa pops.


  • Plate the chia pudding and berry yogurt in a bowl and garnish with more berries and quinoa pops.


Nutrition values are a rough estimate for one portion of chia berry pudding.


Calories: 205.65kcal (10%) | Carbohydrates: 25.19g (8%) | Protein: 6.98g (14%) | Fat: 9.51g (15%) | Saturated Fat: 0.97g (6%) | Sodium: 76.11mg (3%) | Potassium: 139.31mg (4%) | Fiber: 10.91g (45%) | Sugar: 5.57g (6%) | Vitamin C: 13.78mg (17%) | Calcium: 277.44mg (28%) | Iron: 2.19mg (12%)

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