Velvet chia pudding


04 March 2022

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Velvet chia pudding

  • Author: ecocirer


Chia seed puddings are one of our favourite go-to breakfasts. We really like to add some other ingredients further than the chia seeds, to make it really creamy with a lovely overnight oats consistence.

It’s an amazingly simple recipe that can be all done together some days before. To make breakfast time, easy time, so when you have a family rush out the door, then this recipe becomes a must to do! Made with almond milk, these delicious light pudding tastes even better than a piece of cake.
A maple syrup-kissed, velvety pudding, combined with the acid touch of raspberries quick compote and creamy chocolate. Topped with extra chocolate nutty crackles.
Chia seeds are an arty, easy, healthy, and awesome breakfast to begin your mornings! Yes im sure! I could eat this one anytime of the day and im sure, you too. Vegan or not!



2 tbsp chia seeds
2 tbsp puffed rice
2 tbsp puffed quinoa
2 tbsp brown oats
1 glass of almond milk
½ tsp vanilla extract
2 tsp maple syrup, one for the pudding and the other for the quick marmalade
4 tbsp raspberryes
1 pinch of agar-agar
2 tsp pure cacao, powder
1 tsp coconut oil
Chocolate crumbs, see our recipe for chocolate granola 


  1. Pour all the dry ingredients, chia, rice, quinoa and oats in a jar, add the milk, maple syrup and vanilla extract and shake it a few times, until you see starts to combine.
    Set aside to work on the marmalade. In the meantime the pudding will get jelly and grow in size too.
  2. Put the raspberries in a pan over medium heat together with two spoons of mineral water if they are fresh (If frozen this will be not necessary). When bubbles add a pinch of agar-agar. The raspberries will be acid, so add maple syrup to your taste. Set aside.
  3. In a little bowl, mix one teaspoon of melted coconut oil with two teaspoons of cacao powder, and again sweeten to taste.
  4. Prepare an empty glass jar and combine layers of pudding, marmalade and melted chocolate. Keep space to close the jar with a last layer of cacao. Let it rest ten minutes in the freezer, this will create a firm cover of chocolate where to place extra chocolate crackles on top. Sit to enjoy!


  • Category: Breakfast
  • Cuisine: Vegan