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RECIPE: sugar free chocolate chia pudding

RECIPE: sugar free chocolate chia pudding

I seriously used to hate breakfast! Well, maybe not hate (that is a pretty strong word), but simply didn’t feel hungry that early in the day and saw no point in eating without the desire to. So coffee on the go it was. However, since I’ve been working from home for the past 2 months, I’ve made it a point to start my day right with a healthy breakfast. Nothing big, but all the more nutritious to get my metabolism going. I usually have greek yogurt with fresh fruit or homemade bircher müsli, but recently I discovered my love for chia pudding, thanks to Kathi. I’ve been having it for the past week or so and am slightly obsessed, trying different variations on a daily basis. Today I wanted to share one of my favorite creations with you guys: Sugar free chocolate chia pudding! It literally tastes like nutella … just sayin’!

RECIPE: sugar-free chocolate chia pudding - Bikinis & Passports

What you’ll need:
– 15 gr of chia seeds
– 100 ml of hazelnut/rice milk
– 1 pinch of cinnamon
– 1 tsp honey
– 1 tsp organic raw cocoa powder (no sugar added)
– fresh or frozen berries
– almond slivers, toasted hazelnut or shredded coconut (optional)

Prepare the base for your chia pudding the night before by mixing the milk with chia seeds (shake well) and place in the fridge over night. This will leave plenty of time for the seeds to soak and form a gel-like pudding consistency. In the morning, simply add the finishing touches with cinnamon, honey and cocoa powder. I like to use frozen raspberries and mix them in with the pudding, but you can also top your chia with fresh berries or banana. Enjoy!

RECIPE: sugar-free chocolate chia pudding - Bikinis & Passports

RECIPE: sugar-free chocolate chia pudding - Bikinis & Passports

RECIPE: sugar-free chocolate chia pudding - Bikinis & Passports

18 Comments

  • Steffi
    3 years ago

    mhmmmm – das hört sich ja richtig lecker an! 🙂 habs schon auf instagram bewundert und mich auf das rezept gefreut.
    werd ich defintiv mal ausprobieren!

    von wo hast du denn die tollen schüsseln?

    alles liebe, steffi

  • 3 years ago

    Das schaut super lecker aus! Ich mache meine zur Zeit mit Mandelmilch und gemahlenen Mandeln 🙂 Kann ich auch sehr empfehlen! Morgen probier ich mal deinen aus – sobald jemand Nutella sagt bin ich dabei! x

  • 3 years ago

    Mit Haselnussmilch?
    Eine super Idee!! ich mag Chiapudding auch total gerne und spiele auch mit verschiedenen Variationen. Sehr lecker ist das auch mit Soyamilch und zerdrückten Beeren…das macht den Chiapudding total fruchtig!

    Liebe Grüße
    Jenny

  • 3 years ago

    Super lecker sieht es wieder aus. Mit Kakao hab ich es nocj nicht probiert, aber schon viele andere Kmbis. Es gibt zum Beispiel von Alpro eine Reis-Kokosnuss-Milch, die macht sich super für Chia-Pudding : )
    xoxo, Ronja

  • 3 years ago

    Genau diese Kombination esse ich zum Frühstück auch sehr gerne. Ich süße es eigentlich gar nicht und wenn, dann mit Agavendicksaft. Passt geschmacklich etwas besser, wie Honig 🙂

  • 3 years ago

    Ich benutze die gleichen Zutaten, nur setze ich die Samen mit den in der Milch pürierten Himbeeren an. D.h. Ich mische alles zusammen, rühre den Chia ein und lasse es dann quellen. Bei Zimmertemperatur ist es dann nach 15 Minuten fest.
    LG
    Stefanie aus dem Kochgarten

  • 3 years ago

    Hey, just wondering what brand of milk did you use? I haven’t a hazelnut milk in Austrian stores yet that’s not loaded with sugar. Thanks!

    • vicky
      3 years ago

      Hi Lisa,

      I found a Hazelnut/Rice milk at Merkur (by Millenium City) from an Italian brand and it doesn’t have any added sugar. It is still high in kcal due to the nut (75kcal per 100ml) but I mainly care about the extra added sugar.

      xox Vicky

  • Nat
    3 years ago

    You can’t really call this sugar free when there is a tablespoon of honey in it! Plenty of sugar in honey.

    • vicky
      3 years ago

      Hi Nat,

      of course you are right, however it was meant in terms of white sugar. I feel that natural sugar from fruits or honey is definitely ok to have.

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  • 3 years ago

    Mmhh. sieht wirklich köstlich aus! Werd ich auch mal probieren. Isst du die Beeren gefroren?

  • 3 years ago

    I am so excited to try out this recipe, I have been looking for simple breakfast recipes since I don’t have that much time in the mornings. I have been trying to eat healthier so this recipe is great.

  • […] hiped chia pudding for breakfast. My conclusion: It tastes perfectly like nutella – I tried Vicky’s recipe – but it doesn’t even come close to my beloved oatmeal, since I  got hungry just two […]

  • Anna
    3 years ago

    I finally got around to try your recipe and – omg – I love it! It’s so delish … Already obsessed! Thank you Vicky 🙂

  • Lisa-Marie
    3 years ago

    Ich bin normalerweise kein Fan von diesen über-drüber gepriesenen healthy eating options, aber ich muss sagen dein Rezept für den Chia pudding hat mich schwer begeistert!! 🙂 Schmeckt so unglaublich gut, ich könnt’s den ganzen Tag essen!

  • […] for the office in the morning and didn’t have time for any of my usual breakfast options like chia pudding, bircher müsli or oatmeal. Instead, I decided to make use of an overly ripe banana and tossed it […]

  • […] hiped chia pudding for breakfast. My conclusion: It tastes perfectly like nutella – I tried Vicky’s recipe – but it doesn’t even come close to my beloved oatmeal, since I  got hungry just two […]

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