I have recently become obsessed with Keto Chia Pudding! What is chia pudding you ask? well, when you soak chia seeds in a liquid, they absorb that liquid and become soft…like a pudding! They really are so versatile and they take on any flavor you put them in.
At only 1 net carb per tablespoon, chia seeds make the perfect morning breakfast treat when mixed with yummy flavors. I have also been obsessed with warm and yummy cinnamon so that’s why I thought this keto chia pudding with almond and cinnamon would make a perfect quick breakfast!
I first read about chia pudding from one of my blogger inspirations, Paleomg. I have been following her blog for years and when she made chocolate chia pudding years ago, I knew I had to try it…and make it keto!
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For this keto chia pudding I used:
- chia seeds
- unsweetened almond milk
- almond butter
- and liquid stevia
This super easy breakfast (or anytime snack, let’s be honest) needs to be made at least 3 hours ahead of time to give the chia seeds time to absorb the liquid. I like to put some in the fridge the night before. About 1 hour after you place it in the fridge, just pull it out and give it a quick stir because the chia seeds like to sink to the bottom. In the morning, give it another stir and try not to eat the whole bowl!
I have one other keto chia pudding recipe on the blog and that is Golden Milk Chia Pudding. Check it out!
At only 1 net carb per tablespoon, chia seeds make the perfect morning low carb breakfast treat when mixed with yummy flavors like the almond and cinnamon in this keto chia pudding recipe!
- Add all ingredients to a bowl except chia seeds
- whisk mixture until the almond butter is dissolved, or you can pulse in a blender
- add chia seeds and mix well
- Refrigerate for 1 hour, then stir
- Refrigerate for another 2 hours or overnight
- If the mixture is too thick, add more almond milk or water
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