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Mango Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

Mango Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

Lately, I've been in a breakfast rut—especially on during the week. I find myself making Ruby's breakfast and heading to the office quickly without feeding myself. I've been searching for something healthy, yet filling, and Casey (our office manager) suggested one of her favorites—chia seed pudding. So we came up this mango version which is tasty, filling, really refreshing for summer (and actually really good for you). Have you guys tried chia seed pudding before? Today, we're sharing our version of the recipe with you. It's super easy to make and full of protein, calcium, fiber, and antioxidants…

Mango Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

Mango Chia Seed Pudding
(serves 2)

You'll need:

-1/2 cup coconut milk

-1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

-1/3 cup chia seeds

-1 ripe mango, skinned and sliced

-optional toppings: fresh mango cubes, coconut flakes/toasted coconut, fresh pomegranate seeds, and almond slices

Here's how:

Blend the mango, coconut milk, and vanilla almond milk together until smooth. Stir in chia seeds, cover, and place in refrigerator. Let set for at least 1-2 hours. Then serve with toppings of choice (we like shredded coconut, almond slivers, pomegranate seeds, and mango cubes). Enjoy!

P.S. If you don't like coconut milk, you can use a full cup of almond milk instead.

{Photos by Casey Brodley for Oh Joy}


  1. What kind of coconut milk? The thick kind – used for curries, etc., or the one sold like almond milk at Trader Joe’s?

  2. Hello!
    You can use either kind, but for a creamier pudding, we used So Delicious brand culinary coconut milk (the thick kind used in cooking).

  3. MMM I love fruit and I’m looking for some good healthy and filling recipes. It’s like you read my mind 😉 happy Friday and have a great weekend!
    Allison over at Allison’s Eye

  4. Looks stunning! I only have coconut milk and full cream cow’s milk. Could I sub in the cow’s milk and vanilla extract for vanilla almond milk?

  5. Hi!
    Yes, you can substitute regular milk. I wouldnt use vanilla extract though, instead maybe some
    Agave or honey or a little sugar. It will just be a thicker depending on the level of fat in the milk.
    Sent from my iPhone

  6. yum! i’ve been making a chia pudding with coconut milk, cinnamon, vanilla extract and a little maple syrup (topped with berries and nuts) so yummy and my toddler loves it too!


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