Chocolate chia pudding
Ready in about 10 minutes (minus the waiting time of one night)
Prepare this easy and delicious chocolate chia pudding on the evening before, and save time in the morning. The waiting time is necessary, since the ingredients need to get jelly. Cause of its appearance, this dish can also be served as a dessert.
Chia seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, and also very high in fiber. Therefore this recipe is a great fit for a keto diet. Who says pudding can’t be keto proof? 😉
Ingredients for 1 serving chocolate chia pudding
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- 150 millilitres unsweetened almond milk
- 2 full tablespoons chia seeds
- 1 teaspoon erythritol (to taste)
- 30 millilitres of unsweetened cream
- 1 teaspoon of: cacao powder, vanilla-extract, and vanilla powder
- 1 tablespoon coconut flakes
- Some frozen raspberries
How to make this chocolate-flavoured keto chia pudding
- First you mix the almond milk, cream, chia, cacao, vanilla powder, erythritol and vanilla-extract in a bowl of glass or a jar.
- Then, place the mixture covered in the fridge for at least 4 hours until the chia seeds are gelled.
- Finally, serve the pudding with the coconut flakes and some frozen raspberries (optional: whipped unsweetened cream).
Variations: variations with this recipe are endless, so these are just a few of the options that you can try out. First of all, you can replace the almond milk with coconut milk. Not a fan of sweeteners? In this case you can leave out the vanilla and erythritol to taste. In need of some extra protein? Rather add some protein powder. Finally, for the coffee lovers: add an espresso shot!
Nutritional value per serving
- 322 calories
- 23 grams of fat
- 11 grams of protein
- 4 grams of carbs
- 12 grams of fiber