The Keto chia pudding is an easy 3-ingredient keto breakfast recipe. Bonus, it’s easy to make in different flavors: vanilla, chocolate, almond joy, or coconut lime, choose your favorite and start the day with something sweet!
Chia seed puddings are, by definition, very low in carbs. Chia seeds contain 46% carbs, from which 83% are fiber. As fiber doesn’t count On a low-carb diet – you should count net carbs: carbs takeaway fiber – the amount of net carbs in chia seed is very low.
Chia seed pudding is an easy breakfast recipe made with only 3 basic ingredients. Let me tell you more about this below.
Almond Milk is a very good replacement for regular cow milk if you are on a keto diet or low-carb diet. It is made by simply soaking grounded almonds in water.
Because almonds naturally contain very few carbs, standard unsweetened Almond Milk has only 1.4g of net carbs per cup, which means you can safely have a couple of cups without leaving ketosis.
I absolutely adore pudding with chia! Earlier in the year, I shared with you my ground chia seed chocolate pudding recipe, a delicious creamy low-carb breakfast pudding with no lumps. It took me some time to appreciate the texture of soaked chia seed, but now that I do, I created 4 amazing pudding flavors that I am sharing with you today.
Vanilla is the most classic flavor, the fastest to prepare too, as I am using unsweetened vanilla almond milk from Almond Breeze, which means you need only 3 ingredients to make this flavor.
Their Vanilla almond milk has no sugar, a delicious vanilla flavor, and a creamy texture. I like this milk option as it avoids the use of vanilla essence that often contains alcohol.
Alcohol doesn’t evaporate in no-bake recipes and has a weird flavor, plus it’s not good for your health either.
I love to top up my vanilla pudding with peanut butter, chopped sugar-free dark chocolate, and fresh raspberries.
I am a chocolate lover. If you are one, too, you will love this chocolate chia seed pudding with almond milk. It’s creamy, and it has the perfect chocolate sweet flavor you’re expecting using only unsweetened cocoa powder.
I love to top up my chocolate chia seed pudding with chopped sugar-free chocolate or 85% cocoa dark chocolate and sliced almonds.
I am sure there are many almond joy lovers around here! One reason I created this recipe flavor is that I have been a lover of almond joy bars in the past. Obviously, since I don’t eat sugar anymore, I don’t eat those bars.
As a result, I love to create recipes that remind me of the flavor of my favorite food, like this pudding. This almond joy pudding has all the flavors of coconut, almond, and chocolate you expect.
I love to top up my almond joy pudding with slivered almonds, sugar-free chocolate chips, and unsweetened shredded coconut.
On the other hand, I also love fresh tropical flavors for breakfast. So this coconut lime pudding is my option for summer.
I love to top up the coconut lime pudding with lime zest and unsweetened coconut. I hope you guys enjoy all these delicious flavors. Let me know which one is your favorite, and share your creation with me on Instagram!
This chia seed pudding almond milk recipe is sponsored by Almond Breeze Made from the best California Almonds and I received compensation to develop this recipe but note that I only recommend products I love and trust on this blog. Thank you
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