Chia Seed Pudding

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Chia Seed Pudding
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This vegan chia seed pudding is the PERFECT companion when starting a whole food plant based lifestyle.  It's such a delicious treat, poured over fresh fruit.  DELISH



  1. Blend almond milk and dates in a high speed blender until you reach an even consistency
  2. Stir chia seeds and milk mixture into a large mason jar or container with a lid
  3. Shake milk/chia seed mixture vigorously for 1 mintues
  4. Refrigerate mixture for one hour
  5. Remove mixture from fridge and shake again for 1 minute (to prevent chia seeds from clumping)
  6. Refrigerate overnight



By |2018-01-09T21:14:47-07:00June 8th, 2017|2 Comments

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Elisha is the founder of the Eat to Live Support Group on Facebook, a community of 65k plus whole-food, plant-based eaters. Elisha began blogging about this lifestyle in 2010 after discovering that it was a treatment for years of yo-yo dieting and disordered eating. Today she is a mentor to thousands who are striving to adopt this lifestyle.


  1. Marianne Lihos June 13, 2017 at 5:42 pm - Reply

    Such a great treat to satisfy a sweet craving!

  2. Claire December 11, 2017 at 5:10 am - Reply

    I have Graves’ disease, autoimmune disorder, and have halved my auto-antibodies (i.e. I attack my own thyroid) in eight months by quitting all grains and milk, and ramping up veggies and fruits! Happy with that, you can be sure. I saw the recipe for chia seed pudding, had the banana, dates, almond milk and chia seeds in the pantry, et voilà in three minutes this dessert was set to thicken in the fridge. We ate some for dessert today for lunch: yummy. It is the perfect comfort food, it tastes just like creamy rice pudding or more like tapioca as the chia seeds remain a tiny bit crispy to the bite. Wonderful, it fills a dairy gap. When others eat icecream, youghurt, rice pudding etc, I can have my own, far more yummy dessert. Super fast to make too with just four ingredients = a no-effort dessert that doesn’t even need cooking. My mother has dementia and I always try to give her very healthy food, so chia seed pudding will be on her menu today too. If all your recipies are this good, I’ll be leaving lots more feedback. Bon appetit de la belle France

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