Gluten Free Fitness

Chocolate chia coconut protein pudding

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10 min.
Chia pudding has been all over teh interwebz for a while now.

I’ve seen lots of recipes, tried a few, but never felt compelled to post about it. Now, I do. I have found my ultimate chia pudding.

(Granted, a large part of this delay is due to the fact that I finally bought the Blendtec. Smooth pudding, in my opinion, is much preferable to pudding with whole chia seeds, because I get them stuck in my teeth. The way my teeth are shaped and spaced means I get just about everything stuck in my teeth. But I digress. Already.)

This pudding contains a couple of my favorite ingredients.

Enough with my rambling. On to the recipe!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. This part is easy. Stick everything in the blender and blend the ever loving life out of it. If you have a high powered blender, it will go pretty quick, it was 2 cycles through with the Blendtec and it was silky smooth. Stick it in the fridge for a couple hours or as long as you can stand to stare at it.

Enjoy!

If you need some more info for generally eating a healthier gluten free menu, check out Gluten Free and Fit 101 for lots of articles to get you started. This post is also shared on Simply Sugar and Gluten Free’s Slightly Indulgent Tuesday. Lots more goodies there too!

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5 Reviews

  1. jbunny

    This recipe looks so good. Will it taste as good if I use light coconut milk? I absolutely love coconut but would like to cut back on calories.

    • Erin

      Hi there! You can absolutely use light coconut milk. That’s what I did! Enjoy 🙂

  2. Bonny

    I just made this and wow what a great idea. It’s just the perfect healthy treat when you’ve had a hard day at work. Love the website with fitness tips for gulten free and dairy free living! Thanks

  3. donna taboomodel

    I buy large cartons of coconut mlk. When you say one can….what size is that? One or two cups? Thanks,

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