Easy Breakfast: Blueberry Chia Pudding Recipe

Hey guys!

Breakfast can be SUCH a struggle sometimes. I like to start my day with something healthy before I workout, but I don’t always have time to cook. So, I came up with some “fast food” breakfast recipes. Basically, things I can prep the night before so it’s ready to go in the morning.

When I first started doing this, it was all about convenience. But YOU GUYS. One of the recipes I’ve been making seriously hit it out of the park. It’s sooooo good. Wanna know more?!

I love sharing my favorite recipes with you, especially when they are 90 Day Journey friendly! Make sure you save this recipe for Blueberry Chia Pudding, K?! It’s thick and filling and perfectly sweet, but without sugar! It’s a nice and light option with carbs and protein to fuel your workout.

Okay, here’s how you make it!

Make This Blueberry Chia Pudding For Breakfast! 


  • 3 Tbsp Chia Seeds
  • 1 cup Unsweetened Almond Milk
  • 1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • Monk Fruit Sweetener To Taste
  • 16 (~1/2 cup) Blueberries
  • Pinch Cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup Chopped Almonds


  1. Combine chia seeds, almond milk, vanilla and sweetener in a jar or bowl.
  2. Let sit for a minute or two, then stir again and add blueberries and cinnamon.
  3. Refrigerate overnight.
  4. Top with chopped almonds for serving.


  • Feel free to use another type of sweetener (Swerve, stevia, honey, maple syrup, etc.) if you can’t find or don’t prefer monk fruit!
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Is there anything better than a healthy breakfast waiting for you in the fridge?!

When you make this, tag me on Instagram or let me know in the comments so I can see your blueberry chia pudding! YAY! If you want more recipes like this, try my 90 Day Journey Meal Plans!

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  1. Glo says:

    Can you tell us how many calories it is please (I’m in PTSD, in a point that I throw away food linked directly or non directly to it). I would like to try it but because of my condition, even something that I can digest must be consume in low quantity (which calories counting is a necessity if I wanna survive, which I want to).

  2. Barbara Wright says:

    I made the Chia Seed Pudding. I have to admit that I was a bit apprehensive because I am a texture person. But I gave it a try and I am glad I did. It is yummy. I added granola mix instead of almonds.

    1. blogilates says:

      YUM I felt the same way about chia seeds at first but I am so happy you gave it a shot!

  3. Alex says:

    This is my new favorite breakfast! I use a little less milk and a splash of oatmilk creamer instead of sugar and it is amazing! I am still full halfway through the morning and have no resulting sugar crash that causes me to eat lots of junk food around lunch. Very happy and now my go to!

    1. blogilates says:

      OH that sounds delishhhhh

  4. Albertina says:

    This looks so delicious! My daughter will definitely love this! Can’t wait to make it!

  5. Liza Beckerman says:

    looks so good! I’ll give it a try!

  6. Michelle Holloway says:

    Do you have the nutrition information for this recipe? Looks delicious 😋

  7. Hina says:

    Thank you for this! I think I’ll do this more in the summer for something cool, light & refreshing. This was my variation
    : Chia, cashew milk, coconut sugar, frozen mango, cinnamon & Tahitian vanilla paste (I bring these jars back from Tahiti & never know what to do with them) overnight + added slivered almonds in the morning. Delicious! Even the bf liked it 😀 I found a random raspberry in the morning & plopped that in too…I think any fruit would work & be equally yummy. I might experiment adding collagen or reishi powder into these too. Thank you for this super easy, healthy & tasty breakfast recipe!

  8. Abbie says:

    This looks so yummy! Can I use frozen blueberries and if so should I thaw them before putting them in the pudding? Thanks!

    1. Hina says:

      I used frozen mango *:) They thawed out overnight in the mix.

  9. Prisha says:

    chia is amazing! Just whipped up a batch of chia jam. I will probably add it to some chia pudding + oats for breakfast.

  10. Olivia says:

    Could you do this with raspberries too??

    1. Hina says:

      I’d imagine you could use any berry or fruit. We only had a few blueberries left, so I used frozen mango. Then I found 1 random raspberry and put that in there…all equally delicious!

      1. blogilates says:

        “I found one random raspberry” hahahaha I LOVE IT

  11. Emily says:

    This looks so yummy! I need to hunt down some chia seeds next time I go shopping!
    I tend to have breakfast after my workout in the morning, and this looks like a good one to try – not too heavy but packed full of blueberries and sweetness!! Xx