Vegan Vanilla Coconut Chia Pudding
This vegan vanilla coconut chia pudding is basically a “grab-an-go” breakfast which is perfect for those busy mornings! It’s ULTRA EASY to make, and is ready to go in the morning! All you have to do in the morning is open your refrigerator, grab the pudding, warm it up, add a few favorite ingredients, and dig in! You can also let it set, and then keep it out overnight, so it’s the perfect temp and consistency for eating in the am. I even have a video of how to make it below, so check it out!
I feel alive after eating this breakfast and don’t feel weighed down in the least. I also have great energy for my workouts.
Facts about chia seeds.
- They’re an excellent source of anti-inflammatory Omega-3 fatty acids.
- They’re high in fiber and contain more protein than most plant foods.
- They also contain more calcium than milk. Say what!?
I typically add my favorite ingredients (smashed raspberries, unsweetened coconut, raw cacao wafters) to the chia pudding right before I’m going to eat it, but if you want to have it as a grab-and-go, then you can add everything to the thickened chia before you put in the fridge. This chia pudding also tastes great at room temperature, and you don’t have to worry about it as there isn’t any dairy.
I also love warming it up for 30 seconds or so in the microwave and then pouring it into a bowl and topping it with Soco traditional Tahini, use code mmcooks15 to save 15%, frozen berry chia compote and some bee pollen with a splash of lime. It’s SO GOOD!
I just posted the recipe for my vegan coconut cacao chia pudding yesterday, so wanted to post this one as well. I always make 2 of these vanilla ones for breakfast and one of the cacao ones for a mid-day snack.
Love easy overnight jarred breakfasts? Then try my overnight refrigerator steel cut oats with strawberries and chia.
I also have another amazing overnight oats that takes 3 minutes to toss together. GF overnight oats with hemp and chia.
Don’t feel like oats? Then try my overnight refrigerator buckwheat groats.