I have 9 of the best ever Whole 30 chia pudding recipes below. Chia pudding is so quick and easy to make the night before and it’s ready in the morning. Today I have been trying to find Whole30 recipes and so I settled on finding Whole 30 Chia Pudding recipes.
Why, well because I need a good healthy hearty breakfast with low carbs, no dairy and no sugar added and as much protein as possible. Well, that’s a tall order and not easy to fill especially if you don’t want eggs involved.*Please note that most of the links on this page are affiliate links. This means if you click on a link and purchase, you will receive the same price, but I will receive a little money for referring you to the product. This helps keep this blog free for you. I truly appreciate you supporting my blog.
I came across some Whole 30 Chia Pudding recipes and thought that they would fit the bill. Chia seeds have 4.7 grams of protein in one ounce that’s not a ton but chia seeds are low in carbs. Chia seeds have 12 grams of carbs in one ounce whereas oatmeal has 27 grams of carbs in the same amount.
If you choose a chia pudding recipes that have no sugar added and some added protein like spinach you can have a great breakfast dish that is super easy to make and quick to eat also. That’s my goal, super easy to make and quick to make and eat.
I have had low blood sugar or hypoglycemia for awhile now and my mom has had it for over 20 years. We are always looking for no sugar recipes and low carbs recipes and we have found that Whole30 recipes fit that bill pretty well. We need to find more Whole30 recipes of all kinds to incorporate into our diet.
I may have a couple recipes in this list that say honey or maple syrup is optional, so if you find a recipe that says that just remember it is optional and you do not want to take that option, just simply don’t put the honey or maple sugar in it.
Some Whole30 recipes taste just fine without any added sugar but others depending on what they are made with might not taste as good if you just skip the sugar. That’s why you need to make these Chia Pudding Recipes because they have been tried and tested and we know that they taste good with no sugar added.
These recipes have fruit added which makes them taste sweet without adding sugar but as you know some fruits are naturally sweeter than others. For example, I don’t think I could eat rhubarb or cranberries without added sugar so none of these recipes are made with the more tart fruits, makes sense to me.
If you want a good recipe for diabetic, Whole 30 Chia Pudding recipes are an awesome choice. You won’t be disappointed.
These recipes are special chia pudding recipes because they have no sugar added, that includes no honey, no maple syrup and no chocolate and no added protein powder. If you’ve ever read the labels on protein powders you will realize that protein powders almost always have added sugar.
Why do you think people like them so much? Where do you think all that energy comes from when you drink a protein drink, yes from the sugar, for a short period of time. Protein drinks are not healthy at all.
Now, chia seed pudding isn’t the only good Whole30 breakfast recipe by any means. There are tons of good Whole30 breakfast recipes with eggs and so many without eggs at all, including smoothies and one dish skillet recipes which a lot but not all are sweet potato hash recipes.
If you like these Whole 30 chia pudding recipes, you may also like these recipes:
Whole 30 Chia Pudding Recipes
1. Mango Lime Chia Pudding – Grits and Chops
Coconut Milk – Chia Seeds – Mangos – Limes
Chia seed pudding made with coconut milk at the only liquid ingredients is incredibly creamy and rich. Some people mixed almond milk or other liquid with it but of course, it isn’t as rich. So if you like it rich pudding this is the perfect one for you. On the other hand, the acidity of the lime changes it and cuts through the richness a little bit. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. The mango makes it sweet and nice and juicy.
2. Green Chia Pudding – Veggies Save the Day
This pudding is great for a satisfying snack, and nutritious breakfast, or a sugar-free dessert. It’s so easy to make because it has only a few ingredients. All you do is mix everything together except the chia seeds in the blender, then add the seeds and let it chill in the frig. I never thought of it before but if you’ve never liked chica seeds because of the texture. You can through them in the blender with the other ingredients. I’m sure if you should blend it before or after it’s set. I haven’t tried it, so try it and let me know which works best. Don’t you just love the color of this?
3. Red White and Blue Chia Pudding – Fed and Fit
Coconut Milk – Chia Seeds – Vanilla – Blueberries – Strawberries – Fresh Mint
The consistency of chia seed pudding and tapioca pudding are quite similar. Although I think I prefer chia seeds because I think they are smaller and not quite a slimy. It’s so easy to stir the seeds and the coconut milk and maybe some vanilla together and pour it into serving containers. Let it chill until the seeds are nice and plump. I like to add the fruit just before I eat it. It makes a great dessert during the hot summer months. Since you make these ahead they are wonderful for a party of any kind. The work is done the day before.
4. Raspberry and Banana Chia Pudding – The Healthy Family and Home
Homemade Almond Milk – Banana – Chia Seeds – Raspberries
Raspberries and bananas are the perfect combination of fruit for this recipe. If you want to use homemade almond milk there is a link to the blog for the recipe. Some facts about chia seeds that you may or may not already know. They are a good source of healthy omega fatty acids. They contain more antioxidants than blueberries or flaxseeds. They contain 700% more calcium than salmon. They contain 20% easily digestible vegan protein. They have 500% more calcium than milk.
5. Quick Coconut & Chia Seed Pudding – The Healthy Foodie
If you don’t want any added sweetener this is the recipe for you. The shredded coconut adds quite a bit of sweetness so I don’t think it needs any more. You can also add any kind of fruit you’d like. The fruit will add sweetness too. Just so you know I’m the kind of person that avoids adding sweeteners unless absolutely necessary. With two diabetics in the house, I’ve gotten used to my food being less sweet. You could add a bit of maple syrup or honey if you like. I added raspberries but any kind of fruit is good. It just depends on what you have on hand and what fits your budget and what is available. Fresh or frozen works well, it doesn’t matter.
6. Berry Chia Seed Pudding – Whitty Paleo
Chia seeds are a nutritional powerhouse and would be a great addition to your diet routine. They are a wonderful source of vitamins, calcium, manganese, magnesium, and iron. Not to mention omega 3 fats and protein. After you mix the chia seeds in the milky base you can add whatever you like, within reason. In my opinion, the main differences in all of these recipes are what is used in the milky base, the different kinds of fruit used and the sweetener, if used. This is one of those dishes that is so easy to make even a child could make it.
7. Lemon Poppy Seed Chia Pudding – Do You Even Paleo?
Coconut Milk – Chia Seeds – Lemon Juice – Lemon Zest – Poppy Seeds
This reminds me of Lemon poppy seed muffins or cake. I think they are the best. So why not make lemon poppy seed chia seed pudding? It’s a great combination. It’s incredibly refreshing with bursts of tart citrus. There’s nothing better to wake up to in the morning. This makes some great flavor without having to add fruit if that isn’t an option for you.
8. Kaffir Lime & Coconut Chia Pudding with Berries – Wholesome Cook
Coconut Milk – Kaffir Lime Leaves – Chia Seeds – Strawberries – Blueberries
This pudding is made with coconut milk. There are so many different liquid bases you can make these with. I’ve seen coconut cream, almond milk, coconut milk and coconut water. But coconut milk seems to be by far the most popular by far. If you don’t know what kaffir lime leaves or where to buy them. I found some on Amazon that you can buy here: Fresh Kaffir Lime Leaves (Thai Lime Leaves). – Kaffir lime leaves are a key ingredient in Thai cooking.
9. Banana Almond Chia Pudding – Grits and Chopsticks
I think it’s interesting how so many of the popular chia pudding recipes include strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. But not as many of them include bananas. I think I know why. Because these bloggers want their pictures to look enticing and delicious. Bananas turn brown when left overnight so the pudding turns brown. When it’s brown it isn’t as appetizing. I have a simple solution. Just don’t add the bananas until you’re ready to eat your pudding. It will not only look better it will taste better. Bananas add natural sweetness too. Good Luck