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If you love almond butter, you need this Almond Butter Chia Pudding! It’s fiber-packed, just four ingredients and an easy make-ahead breakfast recipe.
Calling all almond butter fans, this almond butter chia pudding recipe is for you! This pudding is a dreamy healthy breakfast recipe that you can prep the night before, kind of like overnight oats.
You know you’re a nut butter fan when: you cannot survive a day without almond butter, you have a minimum of three different brands and varieties of nut butter in your pantry at all times, you believe smoothies are inevitably better with a drizzle of almond butter on top, you like almond butter toast almost as much as avocado toast, you can easily eat it by the spoonful and, as of now, you’re the person who is obsessed with almond butter chia pudding.
You know who you are.
ALMOND BUTTER CHIA PUDDING INGREDIENTS
- chia seeds
- almond milk (or milk of choice)
- maple syrup
- almond butter
But you know we have to talk about the obvious here right? This almond butter chia pudding that IS mine and your new favorite breakfast. If you have yet to try chia pudding, what are you waiting for? I’m pretty weird about food textures, but I kind of love the texture of chia pudding.
HOW TO MAKE CHIA PUDDING WITH ALMOND MILK
Have you ever made overnight oats? If so, making chia pudding is quite similar.
First, whisk the almond butter, maple syrup and milk together. Since we’re making almond butter pudding, I do recommend using almond milk for a little extra almond-y flavor, but technically speaking any kind of milk works.
Next, stir in the chia seeds. You’ll want to whisk everything together–chia seeds included–for 30 seconds or so. Then, place the bowl in the refrigerator, or you can distribute the mixture into cups or jars and refrigerate them for at least three hours. I find that it’s easiest to make chia pudding at night so then breakfast is ready for you in the mornings.
I opted to top it with almonds and an extra drizzle of almond butter for good measure. Additional toppings include: peanuts, banana and/or chocolate chips. Regardless of what you top it with, you need—yes, NEED—to make this almond butter chia pudding if you’re an almond butter lover. ..which I know you are because we already talked about it 😉
OTHER CHIA SEED PUDDING RECIPES
*This recipe first appeared in 2016 and has since been updated with new content+photos.
Dreamy Almond Butter Chia Pudding
- 3 tbsp almond butter
- 2 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 cup almond milk
- 5 tbsp chia seeds
- Place almond butter, syrup and milk in a bowl and stir together.*
- Stir in chia seeds by hand.
- Once everything is mixed, pour mixture into a bowl or mason jar and place in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours, or overnight.
- Top with extra almond butter and anything else you'd like and enjoy!