Brighten Your Morning With This Easy Tropical Chia Pudding Recipe

Hey guys!

Do you go into full-on fall mode the second pumpkin spice everything hits store shelves in mid-August, orrrr do you stick with summer vibes as long as you possibly can?

I’m clinging to summer as long as I can! Maybe it’s because I’m LIVING for the warm weather and bright colors of the season. Or maybe… it’s because of this Tropical Chia Pudding recipe. I’m a little obsessed.

I don’t think I’ve ever met anything tropical that I didn’t like. And you guys, chia pudding + tropical fruit = heavennnn!

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If you’ve never had chia pudding before, this recipe is a must!!

It’s crazy how easy it is! You just combine almond milk and chia seeds and let them sit overnight. As the seeds and milk chill, the mixture thickens into a cool, creamy pudding-like texture. Adding the mango, pineapple, and coconut flakes makes me feel like I should be eating this breakfast on a beach somewhere.

I love prepping a few servings of chia pudding at a time so I can easily grab a jar for breakfast or a snack. Chia seeds are amaaaazing – they’re packed with fiber (11 grams per ounce!), protein, omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, and other minerals. Pretty crazy for a tiny seed!

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Let’s Make Tropical Chia Pudding! 

Ingredients:

2 Tbsp chia seeds

1/2 c. almond milk, unsweetened

1 Tbsp almond butter (optional)

monk fruit sweetener to taste

1/4 c mango, diced

1/4 c pineapple, diced

1 tsp coconut flakes

Instructions:

  1. Pour chia seeds, almond milk & sweetener into jar and stir.
  2. Chill overnight.
  3. Top with mango, pineapple, coconut flakes & almond butter & serve.

 

Notes:

  1. Use whatever milk you prefer!

Tropical Chia Pudding Nutrition Info:

Serving Size – Entire Recipe

Calories: 277
Fat: 17g
Carbohydrates: 27g
Fiber: 10.5g
Protein: 8g

Note – Nutrition info is an estimate and may vary 🙂

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There’s so much to love about this recipe.

And when you become as obsessed as I am, you’ll need more chia pudding recipes in your life. I’ve got you covered! Make sure you try my Blueberry Chia Pudding recipe next 🙂

If you love simple, healthy recipes like this one, check out the 90 Day Journey Meal Plans! Pssssst, there’s a chocolate chia pudding recipe in there 😉

I wanna see those pretty jars of chia pudding when you make this, so make sure you tag me on Instagram or let me know in the comments!

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  1. Grace Fuentes says:

    God bless Cassey!

  2. Rincat says:

    Can honey be used as the sweetener? Does it change the consistency at all?

    1. blogilates says:

      I think you can use honey! Try it out and let me know but I think it should be fine!

      1. Rincat says:

        Update: It was delicious. 🙂 I used a local raw honey that I normally use to sweeten things, I think raw honey (especially if it’s local!) has the best flavor. However, because the almond milk was cold, the honey didn’t really get a chance to spread throughout the mixture, and was sort of clumpy when I first stirred it in. Next time I will warm the honey up a little so it thins out and can mix more easily before putting it all in the fridge. But the overall result was super yummy! Kind of like eating a boba tea drink…

        1. blogilates says:

          Ohhhh thank you for the update! That sounds really nice!!!

  3. Tiffany says:

    Thank you! This was the refreshing pick me up that I needed! Definitely holding on to the last part of summer too!

    1. blogilates says:

      YAYYY glad you love!!!