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Banana Chocolate Chia Pudding

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raw vegan Banana Chocolate Chia Pudding for a mid-afternoon snack

~ raw, vegan, gluten-free, nut-free ~

This is a really simple recipe to throw together.  If you just need a quick “pick-me-up” between meals or a quick, easy and nutritious dessert, this recipe will satisfy you!

Miracle Seeds

Chia seeds are little miracle seeds.  How they can pack so much nutrition in such a little package is beyond me, but then there is that saying that good things come in small packages.  Chia seeds contain some 20% protein, 30% oil and 25% dietary fibers which can be eaten as raw or in prepared dishes. Raw chia seeds are full of dietary fibers that increase the water content in the intestines, which eventually eases defecation.

Chia seeds contain both soluble and insoluble fibers. The seeds are coated with soluble fibers while the exterior of the seeds contains the insoluble fibers.

Soluble fibers are required for gelling action to keep the colon hydrated, and the insoluble fibers are required for the bulk movement of undigested materials through the colon.  This is just one of the many health benefits that chia seeds have to offer.  So not only will this recipe satisfy your taste buds, but it will also satisfy your colon! :)


serving: 1


  1. Place all of your ingredients in the blender and blend until nice and creamy.
  2. Dish and serve.  You can store this in an airtight container in the fridge for several days if desired.
  3. Option:  after you place your pudding in a bowl you can top it with nuts, raisins, etc.

delicious creamy raw vegan Banana Chocolate Chia Pudding for a mid-afternoon snack

cleaned out the bowl of delicious creamy raw vegan Banana Chocolate Chia Pudding for a mid-afternoon snack

4 thoughts on “Banana Chocolate Chia Pudding

  1. Val says:

    I am slowly adding more and more raw foods to our diet, and this was definitely a HIT. I hate bananas, but when I made it for my son I thought it was awesome. I ate this with a mix of raw pumpkin seeds, cashews, and currants. This actually makes a quick breakfast! Added some almond milk and ice for a quick milkshake for the boys. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

    • amie-sue says:

      Good morning Val,
      I look that you are exploring with the recipe and making many new dishes out of it! Great ideas and thank you for sharing. amie sue

  2. Lenaire Peters says:

    Iam just starting out Raw as of today August 17 2013, I need such recipes as these, as I have teenage girls 14 & 12 who have sweet tooth’s, and i need a alternative. Thank u so much for your recipes, this is a way of eating for life

    • amie-sue says:

      Your welcome Lenaire… good luck on new journey. If I can help to support you through the transition, never hesitate to ask. We / I are here as a support for you! Have a blessed day, amie sue

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