Chia just got REAL.

I’ve fallen back in love with Chia pudding – actually it was after a recent event for the Eat Fat Be Thin/Lean duo that my love affair was re-ignited!  Chia is so good for happy hormones, full of Omega fats that help to balance out your hormones because let us never forget, our hormones are made up of exactly these things, alongside proteins.  Eating enough fat and protein is one sure way you can move toward a more balanced you.

Let me get straight into it because I’m fairly certain you’re going to need to make this recipe stat.


Chia Pudding my style

Serves 1

1 generous teaspoon of coconut nectar (I like coconut magic)

3 tbs of chia seeds

1/3 cup of milk of your choice (I like cashew)

1 tsp of peanut butter

1 tsp of cacao


Combine ingredients and top with either coyo, coconut ice cream or nuts, seeds and cacao nibs – you can really put whatever you so wish!

Chia puddings are part of my Gentle Body Cleanse menu – stay tuned – we are soon to announce something very special about our upcoming Gentle Body Cleanse!


  • October 17, 2014 By buzz 1:28 pm

    Hi Nat, this combo sounds delish but I am not fond of the texture of chia seeds like this. Would it be possible to blend all of the ingredients until smooth then refrigerate or would the pudding not set properly if done this way? Cheers

    • October 17, 2014 By Danielle 7:01 pm

      That’s exactly how I make my chia puddings! The belnder speeds up the setting time too 🙂

  • October 18, 2014 By Lisa-Maree 7:56 pm

    This sounds delicious! There is a company called chia pod and I looove teir products! They make one mixed with chia berries oats and coconut products..I put maca in mine 🙂 xx

  • October 24, 2014 By Fiona 2:46 pm

    This recipe is absolutely delicious!!! I have had it for breakfast 3 times over the past week. It’s so quick easy to make, even on a work morning. Thanks Nat 🙂

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