Raspberry chia seed pudding. I shared these on Instagram last week and you girls went nuts (or seeds?…) for the recipe so here it is.

This Raspberry Coconut Chia Seed Pudding is vegan, simple to make and meal prep and 110% #LSFapproved. You’ll find tons of recipes like these in the Guiltless Nutrition Lifestyle Recipe Book 

YUMM-O! I promise that it’s as delicious as it is pretty, too! Add those ingredients ?to your grocery list and get ready for a treat!

Ingredients:

2 cup unsweetened coconut milk

1 – 1/2 cup raspberries  (fresh or frozen)

1 banana

6 tbsp chia seeds

Directions:

1. Blend coconut milk, raspberries and banana together until smooth
2. Divide chia seeds into 4 airtight containers like small mason jars (approx 1.5 tbsp each)
3. Pour the liquid mixture evenly into each jar. Mix or shake until combined.
4. Store in the fridge overnight and enjoy for up to 4 days.
5. Option to layer with raspberries and top with LSF granola!

*Makes 4 servings (nutritional info per serving based on canned light coconut milk)

Calories : 190
Fat: 12g
Protein: 7g
Carbs: 22 g
Fiber: 9g

Nutritional info will vary depending on the type of coconut milk you use.

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dentist-who
4 years ago

very cute and very instructive … I really needed that!

dentist-who

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Team LSF
4 years ago
Reply to  dentist-who

xo

Anna
Anna
4 years ago

I just tried this recipe! Looks delicious! Does it really has to be for overnight ? Or it’s good to eat right after it’s made?

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Team LSF
4 years ago
Reply to  Anna

The overnight time in the fridge does allow the oats to absorb the moisture and be ready to eat. If you wanted to eat right away, then you should microwave and cook the oats 🙂