Three layer chia pudding

Three layer chia pudding

I love chia pudding! It has been a while since I have made it now, but it is so tasty and filling! A perfect breakfast or snack or you could even serve it as a dessert (for a dessert you could maybe make it sweeter or add some nuts or dark chocolate on top). This time I wanted to try a new and fun twist to my chia pudding that I could share with you: -I decided to layer it!


What you need for the base:

1 can of coconut milk

approx 9 tbs of chia seeds

1 banana

2 tbs agave syrup (or sweetener of choice)

For the cocoa layer:

1 tbs cocoa powder

For the pink layer:

1-2tbs warm raspberries

For the creamy/beige layer:

2tbs peanut butter


4 glasses

1 bowl

2 boxes



something to stir/mix with ( you could use the fork)

Fridge or a cool place to store


  1. Start by making the base by mashing one banana in the bowls until smooth, then add coconut milk and agave syrup or sweetener ( you could add more or less or no sweetener /add to taste and your own personal preference).
  2. Take out a small amount (maybe 1/4 ) of the coconut milk and banana mixture and place it in a separate box, then add the cocoa powder and if desired some extra sweetener(this is for the tiny cocoa layer on top). Place the container in the fridge.
  3. Now you can add the chia seeds to the remains before you divide it in two and put half of the mixture in the second box/container.
  4. Add the warm raspberries to one of the halves to create the pink layer and peanut butter to the other half (to create the creamy layer).
  5. Start layering by placing the desired first layer/ mixture (pink or creamy) in the four glasses and placing them in the fridge for about 3 hours or until the mixture has a solid pudding consistency, and until then store the other layer in the fridge.
  6. After 3 hours or the first layer is ready, add the second layer and let sit for another 3 hours (or overnight) or until it has become ready.
  7. When both layers are ready, you can add the cocoa layer and some yummy garnish on top. I chose berries this time, but I think that nuts, dark vegan chocolate-shavings, cocoa nibs, coconut flakes or granola would work well too.







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