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Lately, I have been trying to incorporate more plant-based protein into my meals. No, no. It’s not what you’re thinking. I am not a protein obsessed human. And I understand that ALL plants have protein. But I am working out a lot, and lifting heavy, so I think 40g per day probably won’t cut it for me. Anyway, these adorable chia pudding recipes are perfect for adding just a little more protein into my (and your) day!

 

So, instead of just getting fruit and greens for breakfast, you’ll get in some yummy seeds and plant protein too! Does that sound good?

These two chia pudding recipes are great for kids, because they’re so much fun to eat! You can show them how the little chia seeds are swelling up over time and engulfing all the liquid. Almost like a science experiment! These recipes are also great for all my workout buddies around here. If you are a workout buddy, please be sure to check out my growing and awesome list of workout posts that I have been putting together for you!

Anyways, back to our chia pudding. I did a simple and delicious chia pudding recipe a while ago, and many of you loved it. So I decided that you’d love two even more. These are pretty creative, I gotta tell you. There’s basil. Need I say more?

Also, I did something interesting for the YouTube video. I showed it to Tomer, and he said, right away, “I hate it”. HAHA. I want to know what you all think! I added a voiceover meditation to the video. I think it’s awesome, personally, but if you hate it too, it shall not be done again. Check it out.  

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Chia Pudding: 2 Easy Vegan Recipes | Soul in the Raw

If you’ve loved these 2 amazingly delicious and simple vegan chia pudding recipes, you’ll absolutely love my 2-week, whole food plant-based meal plan and grocery list. In it, you will find lots of simple, satisfying and quick meal ideas. Download the vegan meal plan and grocery list here.

 

Chia Seed Pudding: 2 Ways

So many options, all delicious! To make chia seed pudding, all you need to do is create a base (which is usually made with plant milk that is mixed in with some sort of sweetener), add the chia, and add topping.

In these recipes, I made the almond milk with my “secret” I’m lazy trick – keep reading to see how!

It’s basically the easiest and healthiest way to make chia pudding, and the best part is that you can pre-make them the night before and just whip them out of the fridge on the go. It’s perfect.

Deliciously Planty: 1-Month Vegan Diet Meal Plan & Education Program

These easy and yummy recipes are out of my program, “Deliciously Planty”, which is a 1-month vegan diet meal plan & education program.

If you need any kind of meal ideas, this is the perfect meal plan for you! It comes with 4 separate weeks, and each week has its own grocery list and batch cooking guide. So helpful!

I have also added a 4-part video series, which is the “education” component. The series goes over how to meal plan and batch cook, and also all of the nutrients you need for a well-planned, deficiency-free plant-based lifestyle. Check it out here. 

Vegan Chia Pudding Recipe #1: Ginger-Pineapple Chia Pudding

Ginger-Pineapple Chia Pudding
Prep Time
10 mins
 

Tropical and energizing chia pudding recipe

Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Servings: 1
Ingredients
For the milk:
For the pudding:
  • 1/3 cup raw chia seeds
  • 1 cup mango fresh or frozen
  • 1 cup pineapple fresh or frozen
For the toppings:
Instructions
  1. Blend all ingredients, except chia seeds, until smooth.

  2. Place in a bowl, and stir in the chia seeds.


  3. Place in the fridge overnight to thicken for best results, but you can also eat after about 1 hour.


  4. Top with coconut and chopped strawberries.

Vegan Chia Pudding Recipe #2: Strawberry-Basil Chia Pudding

 

Strawberry-Basil Chia Pudding
Prep Time
10 mins
 

Yummy, easy and refreshing vegan breakfast, dessert, or snack!

Servings: 1
Ingredients
For the milk:
For the pudding:
Instructions
  1. Blend all ingredients, except chia seeds, until smooth.


  2. Place in a bowl, and stir in the chia seeds.


  3. Place in the fridge overnight to thicken for best results, but you can also eat after about 1 hour.


  4. Top with any fresh fruit of choice, or enjoy as is.

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Soul in the Raw is a high-raw vegan recipe + education blog. Marina creates quick, easy, and delicious high-raw vegan recipes and blogs about the health benefits of a high-raw plant-based diet. You can get more of Marina’s awesome recipes, tips, and lifestyle techniques on the free Facebook group: Raw Souls .