Coconut Chia Seed Pudding

 Start your day off right with this healthy yet utterly delicious breakfast pudding. You will savor every single bite.


Hope everyone is enjoying another day off today. We’ve been pleasantly surprised with the amount of sunshine and warm temperatures we’ve been experiencing so far. It’s been in the mid 80’s every day and I couldn’t be more thrilled. Seriously so great. I will fill you in on more later.

Let’s move on to today’s recipe. I know. I know. You probably have anything besides health food on your mind right now. It’s the biggest BBQ day of the year, after all. And I am not planning on telling you not to indulge. Oh no. Have your way today :).


So just in case you’re looking for a healthy and extremely delicious option, you might want to give this pudding a try. It was my breakfast for the last 2 mornings before we left to go “up north”. And there was only so much I could do before sharing it with you today.

It was THAT good. Even though the weekend was wonderful, I couldn’t wait for Monday morning.


This pudding comes together in no time. Yoghurt, coconut milk, honey, and chia seeds. 4 ingredients that make for one mouthwatering snack or afternoon treat.

This was my first time using chia seeds. I had been wanting to do so forever, but the thought of the texture kept me from experiencing with it for the longest time. I am happy to report that I had nothing to worry about in the first place. The addition of the chia seeds is almost unnoticeable and not at all weird or hard to get used to.


On the contrary. I could add these little seeds to pretty much anything and would be more than happy if I woke up to one of these puddings any morning.

And it’s totally customizable. I used coconut milk, but you could use anything you have on hand or prefer. Also, if you swap out regular Greek yoghurt with a dairy-free one and use maple syrup or agave nectar, this pudding would be a wonderful vegan option :).


Anyhoo, here’s to one more day of enjoyment and relaxation. Have a good one, friends! 

Coconut Chia Seed Pudding
Serves 3
A true power breakfast that tastes like an indulgent dessert. Yum!
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  1. 12 ounces Greek yogurt
  2. 1 cup coconut milk
  3. 2 tablespoons honey
  4. 3 tablespoons chia seeds
  5. fresh raspberries, optional
  6. coconut chips, optional
  1. 1. Mix together yogurt, milk, and honey. Stir until well combined. Add chia seeds and give it a good stir. Divide into three portions and cover with plastic wrap. Let sit for 1 hour or until set.
  2. 2. Garnish with fresh berries and coconut chips, if desired. Enjoy!
  1. Pudding will keep up to 5 days stored in the fridge.
Deliciously Yum!







  1. This is simply so beautiful. As always, the photos are incredible!!

  2. Haha – I’ve been having the same worries that you did about the texture of chia seeds! So glad to hear that I should look past that, because the flavors here look incredible! Plus I love that it’s healthy and customizable. Yum!

    • Thanks, Alyssa. Yes, there’s no need to worry about the texture. You have got to try adding them to things :). This pudding would be a good start – it’s so good!

  3. Yaaaay for warm weather!!!! (Can you tell I’m excited?!) And pudding for break-fast, that’s healthy? Looks delish, love raspberries, and Chia seeds are great, you hardly even notice they’re there, right?

    • Haha. You and me both – we waited long enough for warm weather :). You are so right. You can barely tell that chia seeds are hiding inside this yummy pudding. Thank you, Denise!!

  4. Looks both delicious and gorgeous Kathi! I’ve got to try this!
    Pinning for sure.
    Hope you’re having a lovely day!

  5. Just wanted to let you know that I made this tonight for tomorrow’s breakfast. So excited to try it. Beautiful photos. Pinned!

  6. I love chia pudding! I haven’t made it in forever, though, so I’m glad for the reminder. And as always, your pictures are gorgeous!

  7. This pudding looks so delicious, and the coconut has me swooning Kathi! The photos are of course, stunning!

  8. I just love chia puddings! Love how many different ways you can make them to suit your current cravings. This coconut one with raspberries sounds amazing!

    • I didn’t know how much I could love chia puddings, lol. And you’re so right, you can totally add anything you like or happen to crave at the time :). Thanks, Natalie!

  9. Ahhh, I’m adoring these photos, Kathi! You make healthy look so extremely tasty! I love this idea of prepping these little puddings ahead of time and eating them for breakfast. I have such a hard time getting myself to eat breakfast, and I think this might just do the trick! These are just lovely. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • I do too. Breakfast definitely isn’t my favorite meal of the day, but this pudding has made mornings a lot more exciting for me. The only way I eat healthy is if it looks delicious, ha!

  10. How many calories are in this dish. Would like to try but worried about calorie content.

    • There are about 220 calories per serving. I used a lowfat Greek yoghurt and light coconut milk that I found at Trader Joe’s. Hope that helps!

  11. I have been meaning to try chia seed pudding for the longest time! Especially since I am on a huge chia seed kick at the moment : ) This looks great! So pretty too!

  12. It’s in the fridge setting up and I can’t WAIT to try it!! Thanks so much for the recipe. You’ve got beautiful photos – I’m your newest fan on FB!

    • Thank you so much, Yvonne. So glad you stopped by and gave this recipe a try. Hope you liked it :). And thanks for the FB like as well!!

  13. This chia pudding looks beautiful. I love those pretty raspberries too. This would be perfect for trying chia for the first time ๐Ÿ˜€

    • It would be. This was my first time having anything containing chia and it was perfect – I have been hooked ever since. Thank you, Cindy!

  14. Hey everyone, I’m just starting to try the chai seed puddings. I was wondering if you use Silk coconut milk or the can coconut milk?

  15. What kind of coconut milk are you using in this recipe? Something sweet and more condensed from a can or something that can be used in cereal like SO Delicious or Silk? This will be my first time trying chia seeds and I want to get it right! Thanks.

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