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This chocolate chia seed pudding with almond milk is a smooth chocolate peanut butter keto pudding ready in 10 minutes! ground chia seeds pudding ingredients ketoGround chia seed pudding required no soaking and no waiting time. Finally a chia seed recipe to fix your sugar craving in a minute.

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What’s Ground chia seed pudding ?

You probably have heard of chocolate chia seed pudding. Chia seed are the perfect little gem to create healthy keto pudding without using carb loaded thickener like corn flour. The classic chia seed pudding consist of soaking chia seed overnight in almond milk. While it is a delicious keto pudding too, some people are not fan of slippery seeds in their pudding. Ground chia seed pudding is a smooth instant pudding with no lumps and no waiting time.  Indeed, this recipe is an instant chocolate chia pudding recipes to fix your sugar craving in a sec.

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How to make smooth chocolate chia pudding  ?

The trick to make a delicious smooth, creamy keto pudding with no bites of seeds is to grind the chia seeds. Consequently you will have:

  1. No waiting/ soaking time – enjoy the recipe within 10 minutes
  2. No lumpy, slippery seed texture

Plus, all you need to make this lovely keto dessert or keto breakfast are only 7 ingredients:

  • Chia seeds –  black or white or a combo of both. Any kind of chia seeds will work well. You can buy whole chia seed and grind them in a grinder or blender. Or directly buy ground chia seed. I am providing both measurement in the recipe below as ground chia seed make a larger volume than raw chia seeds.

ground chia seeds pudding ingredients keto

  • Almond milk – I using original Almond Breeze Almond Milk. I love it! It is low calories, natural and vegan
  • Peanut butter – I love runny unsalted peanut butter, no sugar added. Feel free to use any other nut butter flavor if you are paleo try runny almond butter or cashew butter.
  • Unsweetened cocoa powder – this add the lovely chocolate flavor without sugar added
  • Sugar free liquid sweetener – as always I love to use maple flavored sugar free syrup. I am using a brand that can be used as same amount as regular maple syrup. it means that if you are not on a sugar free diet you can replace by the same amount of natural maple syrup in the recipe.  You can also use sugar free crystal sweetener like erythritol or monk fruit. I would recommend to use the same amount as for liquid syrup, 1/4 cup and to balance the texture by adding an extra 2-4 tablespoons of almond milk. Stop when it reach your favorite texture.

Ground chia seed pudding

  • Vanilla – optional but always better with it
  • Salt – same, optional but I love that extra pinch of salt to balance the chocolate flavor. Omit if you are using salted peanut butter.

Fastest low carb dessert ever ! this is an instant chia seed pudding

YES, you can eat this chia seed pudding straight away. No need to soak overnight or wait for hours! As you ground the chia seeds at first they deliver their gel-power instantly. Your pudding can be enjoyed as fast as 10 minutes. Of course, it taste even better if stored 1 hour in the fridge as the pudding will get fresher and slightly thicker. But if you are craving dessert this is the fastest low carb dessert ever !

ground chia seeds pudding ingredients keto

Play with the texture

The recipe below create a smooth chocolate peanut butter pudding, not overly sticky or liquid. Just the right balance. If you love yours thicker and chewier add less milk – decrease by 1/4 cup and add extra 1 tablespoon at a time, blend, taste and see! That’s the best way to create the perfect texture to your tastebud! Of course, for a runnier pudding add more milk !

ground chia seeds pudding ingredients keto

I hope you enjoy this lovely instant chia seed pudding recipe made with almond milk.

ground chia seeds pudding ingredients keto

xoxo Carine
ground chia seeds pudding ingredients keto

Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Seed Pudding

Ground chia seed pudding with Almond milk is a smooth chocolate peanut butter healthy dessert or breakfast. Easy, gluten free, vegan, low carb, keto and whole 30 !
Prep Time: 10 mins
Chill 1 hr
Total Time: 10 mins
Author: Carine
6 pudding
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Ingredients

Instructions

  • Place the chia seed into a blender and blend for about 20 seconds to form ground chia seeds.
  • Add all the rest of the ingredients - order doesn't matter.
  • Blend again for 30 seconds-1 minute until all the ingredients comes together. If it stick to the side of the blender, you can stop the blender every 30 seconds, scrap down the side, and repeat until smooth. You can't over process it!
  • Taste and adjust texture and sweetness. Add more almond milk, 1 tablespoon at a time for a runnier pudding. This may be useful if you replace the sugar free liquid sweetener by crystal sweetener (erythritol or monk fruit sugar).
  • Transfer into ramekin or serving jar. Decorate with a dollop of fresh peanut butter, drizzle melted sugar free dark chocolate and chopped peanuts.
  • Enjoy immediately or refrigerate for at least 1 hour for a fresher pudding. 
  • Store up to 4 days in the fridge in an airtight container.
Sweetener: any liquid sweetener works in this recipe. I recommend sugar free liquid sweetener (see details here) but if you are not on a low carb/keto diet replace by same amount of regular maple syrup or brown rice syrup.
Net carb per serve using Monk fruit sugar free sweetener: 4.9 g
Nutrition Facts
Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Seed Pudding
Amount Per Serving (1 pudding)
Calories 203 Calories from Fat 111
% Daily Value*
Fat 12.3g19%
Carbohydrates 24.5g8%
Fiber 19.6g82%
Sugar 0.7g1%
Protein 6.4g13%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutrition panel is for one pudding using sugar free maple syrup. Recipe makes 6 servings.

This recipe is sponsored by Almond Breeze Made from the best California Almonds and I received a compensation to develop this recipe but note that I only recommend product I love and trust on this blog. Thank you.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia seed Pudding
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    48 comments
  1. This recipe is tasty but that’s a lot of carbs for keto, I would suggest this is a low carb, but not keto, recipe.

    • So yes this dessert is probably more difficult to fit a daily macro of 20g net carb (keto) rather than 40 g for low carbers. But this said, it is a treat, a dessert that you eat occasionnaly, not daily, to fix a craving. It is a great dessert for holiday to share with friends, nobody will know it is keto! My advice the day you want to indulge on this is to plan your day to make sure all your macro match while enjoying a treat. Always better than a store bought sugar loaded pudding 🙂 Enjoy the recipe, XOXO Carine

  2. Hey your recipe really sounds delicious. Iam currently on a keto diet and just wanted to ask if you have an idea of how many net carbs there are in this recipe. I am guessing it it Just the remaining grams of carbs after you count out the fiber but i wanted to be sure

    • The full nutrition panel is provided at the bottom of the recipe card. Net carbs are total carbs takeaway fiber so here there is 4.9 g net carbs per serve. Enjoy ! XOXO Carine.

  3. I love to make smooth/ground chia pudding recipes over the usual ones people post! This one looks so good! Could you post a link to the jars you used in the pictures? They look like they would be a good portion size and are so cute!

  4. 5 stars
    I made this tonight and used powdered swerve and dark chocolate cocoa powder. It is so good putting a splash of heavy cream in makes it extra yummy! Thanks for posting this!

  5. 5 stars
    Super recipe – made it with Serve and almond butter. However, I wasn’t able to grind the chia seeds – not in my food processor, not in my spice grinder. Will look for ground chia next time – I just popped it in the fridge for a few hours this time. Thanks!

    • You need a strong blender to pulse chia seed into a powder but maybe it is easier for you to buy ground chia seed if you can’t do this with your home appliance. It’s not more expensive to buy ground chia seed and it store very well too. Thanks again for trying my recipe. I can’t wait to read your next feedback. XOXO Carine.

  6. Hi! This pudding came out tasting very bitter. Did I do something wrong?
    Are the chia seeds bitter when ground?
    Thank you!

    • Chia seeds are bitter anyway and some people don’t appreciate their taste. You can increase sweetener or cocoa powder to mask the bitterness of the seeds but yes chia seeds are bitter and slightly more when grounded as they release their full power! Enjoy the recipes around the blog. XOXO Carine.

  7. 5 stars
    Even though my boyfriend has no dietary restrictions, he gets so excited whenever I make this! I love the the use of ground chia seeds, I enjoy the texture so much more than with traditional chia pudding. And I can serve it right away instead of waiting for it to set up!

    • I am so happy when partners are on board with my easy low carb recipes ! Thanks for sharing this recipe with the people you love. Enjoy the blog recipes. Look forward to read more feedback from you. XOXO Carine.

  8. 5 stars
    So glad to have your recipes, my grandson has to eat glutenfree and without animal milk and he is two years old!
    Can you help me with the units in gramm ? Thank you so much! Ursula

    • Hello! I am glad you find my blog. I am sorry for not sharing the recipes in grams I will try to update them as I go but for now i is in cup. Enjoy the blog, Love to your son. XOXO Carine.

  9. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for this recipe sweet as honey. I’ve made chia pudding in the past and didn’t become a fan, with the glutinous mix but this recipe has became my new favorite. I made this recipe this morning (for breakfast and leftovers for lunch) and what a difference grounding the chia mix. Who knew you could ground the chia? I didn’t. Thank you so much for your recipes, since I’ve became diagnosed being intolerant to Gluten, Wheat, Egg, Dairy, your website is one of my go to for recipes (follow you on FB and IG too). Thanks again

  10. 5 stars
    I am so glad I found this recipe! I’ve tried (I really have!!) to choke down various chia pudding recipes. Odd textures do not usually bother me but, for some reason, I absolutely cannot get past the texture PLUS that final crunch. I so not make a habit of commenting until I’ve tried a recipe, but I could not pass up a chance to thank you for posting what may be just the ticket to incorporate these into my diet!

    • Thank you so much for the lovely comment! I guess grounding the chia seed makes the whole pudding much more delicious, that is why you like it more than regular chia seed pudding recipes. Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine.

  11. 5 stars
    BEST chocolate chia pudding recipe I’ve tried so far (out of 4), thank you! Excellent idea to ground the seeds first; healthier and better pudding texture. I eat Keto and used maple extract, liquid stevia and confectioners Swerve with unsweetened vanilla almond milk. What a treat, thank you for taking the time to create and share.

    • Thank you so much for this beautiful comment! I love your sugar free sweetener option too, I will give this a go! Enjoy the keto recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.

    • I eat 100% sugar free so I usually don’t use dates in my recipes. However, I am sure it will work pretty well, maybe the texture will be slightly different. Let me know if you give this a go and how much you used, I am sure there is others readers that may like the idea of using dates too. Enjoy the blog recipes and thanks for trying some of them! XOXO Carine.

  12. Do you know how long this will keep in the fridge? Could I make 5 servings of (a savory version of) this ahead of time and take one every morning throughout the week for breakfast?

    • It last very well in the fridge if it is stored in an airtight container. I used to make some on Sunday night for the whole week and it was still super tasty on Friday morning – so 5 days later. It does not contains dairy so it store very well. The only difference I noticed with time was the thickness, it gets a bit thicker after 2-3 days but I still love it. Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.

  13. 5 stars
    Bless you. I’m a vegan and following keto the last two months. Until I stumbled upon your site it was fairly a struggle. Thanks to you, I have tonnes of recipes to try out that fit my dietary needs.

    😘 Hugs

    • YEAH! I am very happy that you find my blog 🙂 I love eating low carb and my husband is vegan so I have got a good bunch of recipes that suit both of our diet. Enjoy the blog. XOXO Carine.

  14. 5 stars
    The almond butter sub needed some extra sweetness so we used more maple syrup and added dates and honey and it is truly delicious! We topped it with coconut whipped cream and put fresh raspberries and/or freeze dried raspberries on top to, super yummy!

    • I am SO happy to have a feedback on the paleo option! I did try with almond butter yet – cashew only – and your comment will be super helpful for all my paleo followers! Love your toppings ideas too 🙂 Thanks so much for thing a minute to add this beautiful comment. Have a lovely time on the blog. XOXO Carine.

    • Hello! The full nutrition panel is always provided after the recipe card of my recipe. This one is calculated using sugar free liquid sweetener. It includes 18.8 g carbs with 11.8 g fibre so net carbs per serving is 7 g. I hope this helps ! Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.

    • I am totally with you! I always eat a bit of this pudding straight away 🙂 Chilling time kill me. Enjoy the blog recipe. XOXO Carine.

    • I am so happy you love it ! I split the whole batch in 6 serves as a small desserts – full nutrition panel for this serving size is shown after the recipe card. I am not sure how much it makes in cup that was enough for us as a dessert. XOXO Carine.

  15. 5 stars
    Thank you SO much for this! Your idea of using the sugar free syrup is really helpful. I’m on a sugar free diet and most of the recipes I’ve found keep using sweeteners that I can’t eat. I will be trying this recipe as soon as I get to the store. Beautiful blog, by the way 🙂

    Yay! You just made my day!

    • I love sugar free dessert and while I love sugar free crystal sweetener like swerve, erythritol o monk fruit sugar it doesn’t dissolve well in pudding or cream. That is why I love to use sugar free syrup. There is plenty of natural options available in health store that you can use as a sub to maple syrup in regular recipe you found online. Enjoy the sugar free recipes on the blog ! I am very happy to have you here 😀 XOXO Carine.

  16. Can I use a cacao instead of unsweetened cocoa and if so I assume it would have to be less though and might alter the texture? Thanks!!

    • I am sure you can but as I never used cacao in recipes before I am not sure how it will impact the texture. You should probably add less at first see how the texture and flavors suits you and adjust until it reach the texture/flavor you love. I would love to know how it goes as I am sure other reader would love to use cacao too ! Thanks for reading the blog and trying my recipes. Enjoy, XOXO Carine.

    • Yes! Any nut butter will work, cashew butter will have the lightest taste, almond butter or seed butter like sunflower butter will work too ! Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.

    • of course! Any milk will work well. I would recommend light canned coconut milk or packaged coconut milk to keep the pudding light 😀 enjoy! Carine.