Paleo Chocolate Chip Chia Pudding

I have made Chia Pudding before, which I really really loved. It is super healthy, packed with nutrients, and the flavor options are endless. The thing is, it really isn’t the consistency or texture of actual pudding, so a slight change needed to happen (for me), and it only took one additional step to get it there!

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I call this Espresso Chocolate Chip based on the ingredients, but to me it tastes more like Cookies ‘N Cream. Really really good, Cookies ‘N Cream. I wouldn’t except strong coffee/espresso flavor here, unless you add more into it. Except a cross between the two!  

I love this as a mid-day snack, a dessert, or even a post-workout treat because it uses my favorite protein powder, SFH, to make it a complete good-for-you package. The texture of thick pudding, loaded with delicious flavor, protein, and nutrients! #win

Paleo Chocolate Chip Espresso Pudding
Paleo Chocolate Chip Espresso Pudding

Espresso Chocolate Chip Chia Pudding

Total Time 0:00 Serves 2

Ingredients

Directions

  • 1. Combine all ingredients (except for the chocolate chips/cacao nibs) in a bowl and place in refrigerator for 30 minutes
  • 2. Transfer mixture to high-speed food processor, add in 1/2 the cacao nibs/chopped chocolate (or more as desired), and blend until smooth
  • 3. Add in additional cacao nibs or chopped chocolate chips
  • 4. Garnish as desired and serve
  • Recipe Notes

    1. - I have made this a few times, I do not like it with flavored protein powder
    2. - For sweeter pudding, add additional maple syrup
    3. - To make vegan, use a vegan protein
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    Espresso Chocolate Chip Chia Pudding

    Total Time 0:00

    Ingredients

    Directions

  • 1. Combine all ingredients (except for the chocolate chips/cacao nibs) in a bowl and place in refrigerator for 30 minutes
  • 2. Transfer mixture to high-speed food processor, add in 1/2 the cacao nibs/chopped chocolate (or more as desired), and blend until smooth
  • 3. Add in additional cacao nibs or chopped chocolate chips
  • 4. Garnish as desired and serve
  • Recipe Notes

    1. - I have made this a few times, I do not like it with flavored protein powder
    2. - For sweeter pudding, add additional maple syrup
    3. - To make vegan, use a vegan protein
    4. Servings: 2
    5. Amount Per Serving: 1
    6. Calories: 215
    7. Fat: 7g
    8. Carbs: 15.8g
    9. Protein: 19g
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