This Chia Pudding Chocolate Mousse recipe is creamy, chocolatey, and perfect for a healthy dessert or balanced breakfast. This blended chia pudding has a creamy, rich texture of chocolate mousse. It’s made with only 6 ingredients and will take about 10 minutes of actual work.
Chia Pudding Chocolate Mousse
This is going to be the best chia pudding recipe you’ll ever make. The texture of this chia pudding is different than the one you’re used to as this one is blended. It is creamier, more enjoyable, and the chia seeds won’t get stuck in your teeth! The texture is somewhere between pudding a chocolate mousse. It’s packed with healthy fats, fiber, and protein. It tastes like you’re eating dessert but you can have this as a healthy snack or breakfast.
Chia Pudding Nutrition:
Eating chia seeds regularly may help reduce your risk of heart disease. Chia seeds are high in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids which help improve good cholesterol while also reducing bad cholesterol. Chia seeds are also high in calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. These nutrients have been linked to improved bone mineral density to help create stronger bones.
Making a large batch of chia pudding can help you achieve your goal of eating chia seeds regularly. Aim to have a serving of chia pudding at least 2-3 times a week to help you improve your fiber and healthy fat intake.
Ingredients and Tips:
- Chia seeds: I recommend buying chia seeds in bulk as they tend to be pricey. I also tend to mix in hemp seeds because they are higher in protein.
- Plant-based milk: I typically use almond milk but feel free to use your milk of choice. Soy milk would be my second choice as it has extra protein and I love the flavor.
- Sweetener: My favorite sweetener is maple syrup but feel free to use agave, monk fruit or your choice of sweetener. Always adjust to your own needs and health requirements.
- Avocado: I add avocado to achieve a dense mousse-like texture but you can feel free to leave it out.