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Chocolate Protein Chia Pudding

Gluten-free, Vegan

A chocolatey and yummy chia pudding recipe that had a boost of protein making it an ideal breakfast or snack

Alright who doesn’t love a good ole’ CHIA PUDDING?! Well if you haven’t gotten on the chia trend yet, then I think it’s about time! Chia seeds are a powerhouse of nutrition and I often make batches to keep as a snack or quick breakfast. I know I am doing something great for my body when I eat these little seeds. Here are all the benefits that I mentionned in a my Blueberry Jam Chia pudding recipe on a previous post about chia seeds.

Why eat your chia seeds?

  1. Full of heart healthy Omega-3 fatty acids
  2. Source of plant protein
  3. 20% of your daily Calcium intake
  4. Good source of Magnesium, Manganese and Phosphorus
  5. Super high in fiber
  6. Full of antioxidants

The type of protein you decide to use is very important as well. I always encourage people to get enough protein in their diets, but we need to make sure we select a good quality protein powder, and if you are vegan use a plant based protein powder.

If you are interested THE BEST quality protein that comes from a reputable company I have been using for quite some time, then I highly recommend youk DM me on instagram and I will get you set up with them as well 🙂

How to make the chocolate protein chia pudding

There are only 6 easy ingredients that goes into this recipe, and there options to make changes and adjust to your taste and what you have in the pantry at the time of making them.

  • Chia seeds
  • Isagenix chocolate isalean protein powder. Like I said this is the brand I use please reach out to me on how to access it
  • PB2 sugar-free powder. Using this powder keeps the recipe lower in fat and calories, however you can easily substitute the same amount of regular natural peanut butter if this is not a concern for you
  • Almond milk- or any milk you like
  • Stevia drops. I like to keep my puddings as low sugar as possible and that is why I choose stevia. However if you would prefer to use another sweetener I would go with these guidelines: about 3-4 tbsp of regular sugar or liquid sweetener
  • Maple syrup. I like to add a couple tablespoons for flavour but can omit, or simply use all maple syrup and omit the stevia

.This recipe makes about 3-4 jars depending how large you want your serving sizes to be. I usually make 3 jars!

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Enjoy xoxox

Chocolate Protein Chia Pudding

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breakfast, snacks American
By Nadia Zanini Serves: 3
Prep Time: 10 mins Total Time: 10 mins

A healthy and protein packed chia pudding that is easy to make and a great recipe to keep on hand for super nutritious breakfast or snack


  • 1.5 cups almond milk
  • 1/4 cup chia seeds
  • 1 scoop chocolate protein powder
  • 3 tbsp PB2 sugar-free peanut butter powder
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup
  • 10 drops of stevia drops (I used maple flavour)



Combine all ingredients together, mix well


Let sit until chia seeds become a gel like consistency and liquid is absorbed


Divide among your 3 or 4 jars


  • 181 Calories
  • 21.4g Carbohydrates
  • 7.8g Fat
  • 8.8g Fiber
  • 9.2g Protein
  • 0.9g Saturated fat
  • 144mg Sodium
  • 9.2g Sugar

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