Simple Chia Pudding



Chia puddings are a bowl packed full of Omega 3 fatty acids! I love the soothing gel-like texture of this pudding – it’s just so simple to make and so easy to eat! What I love about chia puddings is the many different ways it can be served! Layered with fresh fruit, granola, nuts, superseeds, berry compotes, fruit smoothies. The combinations are endless! This is also perfect served on its own for the little ones as it is very easy to swallow and is only slightly sweetened. This is a truly nutritious breakfast, which will give you a radiant glowing skin!



  1. Secret Squirrel

    Hi Chloe, I use an Organic Vanilla Bean Paste and I purchased it from Waitrose at Dubai Mall xx.

  2. Secret Squirrel

    Hi Ella, Yes – you can use vanilla extract or vanilla bean instead of vanilla bean paste. You can even omit it from the recipe xx.

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  4. Julie

    Hi there,

    I have tried to make chia pudding for a few times now, and it never ever has succeeded yet :(. I am really struggling! It somehow doesn’t turn into a pudding, but kind of stays a ‘milky’ liquid with some parts half-pudding and some parts just milk. Could you tell me what I am doing wrong? Thanks soooo much for your help, cuz I really want to make this!


  5. Sharnae

    Really love this recipe, so easy and delicious! On your instagram you have ‘Banana Chia Pudding’ – how do you mix in the banana?

  6. Phil

    Hi – I too had the same problem making the ‘pudding’ for the first time. It simply didn’t turn out to be a pudding but more like a runny liquid. Just before I stirred it I could feel some of the coagulated mixture in the bottom of the bowl, but thought the mixture would be a lot thicker after mixing it. I used almond milk, 3 tbls, and a 1/4 tsp of vanilla extract. In the fridge for 10 hours. Any tips, clues to what could or can go wrong?

  7. Looking for Chia

    Hi there. Where can i buy Chia seeds in Dubai? I have tried Spinneys and Carrefour. But they don’t stock it..

  8. Claudia

    Julie and Phil,
    I find that you need to stir it a lot to begin with and then leave it out of the fridge for the first two hours and regularly stir it. Then the chia soaks up the milk a lot better. I also found with this recipe that I needed to add more milk after an hour because the chia pudding has soaked it all up and become so thick.
    Hope this helps

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  10. horia

    when i try layering with fruits, its not coming in layer same as you make what shall i do make the chia more to be thiker

  11. Normely

    I did it!!! Amazing taste.. I’ll mixed whit berries & coconut sheared !!! Simple to made that.. Thanks secret squirrel, also at lunch time I did zucchini pasta so delicious!!

  12. Jill

    I found that leaving the pudding in the fridge for an entire day instead of just over night really helps make it thick and it was the first time I made it. Happy with the results.

  13. Lavina

    Made this earlier today and layered fresh mango puree, vanilla chia pudding, nutella and some assorted nuts in that order, it was SO delicious and easy to make! Thank you so much for your recipe xx

  14. Lisi

    I made this last night before bed and enjoyed it for brekkie this morning. It worked out perfectly, so delicious layered with cacao avocado mousse and berries. Thank you for the recipe! 🙂

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