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Healthy Pink Chia Seed Pudding Recipe (100 Calories!)

Written by Samantha Wasielewski

Reviewed by Liz Brown

I know, it’s almost too beautiful to eat… But this easy, healthy, and & delicious recipe will become your go-to breakfast for busy mornings!

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I know, it’s almost too beautiful to eat… But this easy, healthy, and & delicious recipe will become your go-to breakfast for busy mornings!

Raise your hand if your parents let you use food coloring while cooking when you were younger. 🙋‍♀️ This was always sooo exciting for me, except when I would get carried away and use too many colors, so the final product would turn out brown…not so appetizing…

BUT, when it did turn out right, pink foods were my favorite concoction! So it’s no surprise that this PINK chia seed pudding recipe absolutely blows my mind (and my taste buds)!

What’s even better is that this healthy snack, looking oh-so-beautiful, is packed with anti-aging and weight loss-friendly ingredients that leave your skin (and waistline) feeling very thankful. 🙏

pink chia seed pudding
pink chia seed pudding
pink chia seed pudding

Chia Seed Health Benefits

Chia seeds popularity have gone up MASSIVELY in the wellness world lately, and for good reason! Despite the fact that chia seed sales have skyrocketed over the last decade, these little guys aren’t anything new at all. In fact, back in the day, the Aztecs and Mayans regarded them highly for their sustainable energy and high-in-health benefits.

It took a little time, but modern-day nutritionists and health-conscious people everywhere have finally realized why the Aztecs prized chia seeds so much!

This chia seed pudding recipe makes it easy to pack the powerful health punches of chia seeds, with bonus ingredients for smooth skin and weight loss!

1. Antioxidants

Chia seeds are high in antioxidants, making this chia seed pudding extremely beneficial for your body’s cells. Antioxidants help fight off free-radicals, which can damage your cells, causing signs of premature aging, and in more serious cases, long-term health issues (1).

So, when you learn how to make chia seed pudding, you’re not only fighting the signs of aging, but also packing in some healthy protection for your body. 😊

2. Nutrients

Tiny but mighty, chia seeds have a ton of nutrients! A one-ounce serving of chia seeds contains fiber, protein, omega-3s, calcium, magnesium, zinc, potassium, and vitamin B3 (2), just to name a few. 

And not only that, but one ounce of chia seeds contains only 137 calories! So, I guess it’s safe to say that chia seed pudding is deliciously & nutritiously slimming!

3. Fiber & weight loss

28 grams of chia seeds (one ounce), has 12 grams of carbs. The good, no AMAZING news, is that 11 of those grams are fiber! What does this mean? Well, even though fiber is in the carbohydrate family, it does not raise blood sugar and your body doesn’t digest it, completely different from digestible carbs such as sugar. 

So, keto dieters rejoice! This chia seed pudding recipe is 100% a low-carb food. 🎉

And because of its high soluble fiber content, chia seeds absorb a TON of water for their weight, take on a jelly-like consistency, and expand in your stomach. This helps you feel fuller and helps you eat fewer calories throughout the day. 

4. Other benefits

If you’re wondering how to make chia seed pudding, the answer will make you very happy! This chia seed pudding recipe cooks overnight in the fridge, giving you an excellent reason to wake up on the right side of the bed in the morning. 😊 Simply grab it, and go!

As if this chia seed pudding recipe couldn’t get any better, I’ve also added your favorite anti-aging secret weapon—Super Youth collagen! If you don’t already know, Super Youth collagen contains all 5 types of collagen peptides to help smooth wrinkles, reduce joint pain, and help create stronger, longer, hair & nails. 

pink overnight chia seed pudding
pink overnight chia seed pudding

How To Make Chia Seed Pudding

Learning how to make chia seed pudding couldn’t be simpler! You can make it the night before to save time in the morning, and maybe even give yourself an extra 10 minutes of snoozing. 😴

The final product? A chia seed pudding recipe that is pretty in pink (no food coloring needed 😉!) But is it too pretty to eat? Nahhhhhh…you won’t be able to resist, hehe! 

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Pink Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

This pink chia seed pudding recipe is almost too beautiful to eat... But trust me, you'll want to eat it every day! It's easy, healthy, delicious, & under 100 calories!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour (or overnight)
Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
Serving Size: 6 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 cup almond milk (or milk of choice)
  • ¼ cup chia seeds
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup (or preferred natural sweetener)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 scoops Super Youth Unflavored Collagen
  • Zest of one lime
  • ¼ cup strawberries
  • ¼ cup fresh pink dragon fruit (pitaya)
  • Fresh strawberries or blueberries (for topping)

Steps

  1. Mix the chia seeds, milk, maple syrup, vanilla extract, lime zest, and Super Youth. Set aside.
  2. Puree the strawberries and dragon fruit in a blender or food processor. Add to the chia mixture.
  3. Mix well and place in the fridge for at least one hour, or overnight.
  4. Serve with fresh fruit.
Total Calories: 100
Carbs: 12.5g
Fats: 4.5g
Protein: 6g
Sugar: 3.5g
Fiber: 5g

About The Author

Samantha Wasielewski

Nutrition Enthusiast

Samantha is a wellness and lifestyle writer from Chicago Illinois, obsessed with food and fitness. She loves putting healthy twists on not-so-healthy food favorites that everyone can enjoy. You can often find her at the beach reading and writing, or playing with her BFF Milton (the cutest dog you’ve ever seen).

  • MA Communication Studies

Reviewed By

Liz Brown

Fitness & Nutrition Expert (CPT., FNS.)

Liz is a health & wellness expert, writer, and editor with over a decade of experience in the fitness & nutrition industry. She emphasizes research and simplifies complex topics to help make healthy living simple and sustainable. When she isn't researching and writing, she's creating delicious recipes, DIYs, and sharing her home projects on her blog and social media (@lizlovery)

  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer(since 2012)
  • NASM Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist (since 2014)
  • Credentialed Coach Practitioner, Coach Training Academy
  • B.A. Liberal Studies (Health & Nutrition Sciences)

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