Blackberry, Kiwi and Chia Pudding with Granola Recipe

Chia seeds aren't just for those furry little chia pets you find as a gag gift. Nope, they are popping up everywhere as a superfood you shouldn't be ignoring. Chia seeds actually have three times more iron than spinach, twice as much potassium as a banana and are a great source of fiber. They are a small but mighty seed and you are going to want to come up with more ideas on how to incorporate them into your daily diet.  Speaking of diet, if you are looking to watch what you eat, chia seeds can help you feel full longer since they absorb 10 times their weight in water. This blackberry, kiwi and chai pudding with granola is a great way to try load up on those superfoods. 

superfoods chia pudding recipe

Blackberry, Kiwi and Chia Pudding with granola bottom

superfoods chia pudding recipe

3 Easy Ways to Eat Chia Seeds

By combining chia seeds with your favorite milk or milk alternative, you can easily whip up a chia pudding you are going to love. 

Since chia turns liquid into a jelly, you can also use chia seeds to make a healthier jam version at home. Simply add 1 tbsp of chia seeds to every cup of mashed fruit. No need to add anything else.

Chia seeds are perfect in a smoothie.  You can add them to an immune boosting smoothie bowl or to a more traditional smoothie recipe like this one.

Where do I buy Chia Seeds

You can pick up chia seeds at your local health food store. I've gotten them in the bulk food section of my local grocery store. You can also purchase them online and have them delivered to your door. This is the best deal I found on Amazon for chia seeds.

Are Chia Seeds OK on the Keto diet?

Yes! These little seeds are all fiber, so they are fully keto diet approved! Just make sure when you follow this recipe, you also use your keto approved milk option.

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Blackberry and Kiwi Chia Pudding with Granola on the bottom

We are always looking for new ways to pack in those superfoods, and this great recipe is a good way to do that. Perfect for breakfast or a snack that will keep you feeling full for hours.


  • 1/2 cup fresh washed blackberries
  • 1/4 cup Chia seeds
  • 1 cup of Milk (almond, silk, 2%, etc.)
  • Vanilla yogurt
  • Granola: 1 cup oatmeal, 1 Tablespoon brown sugar, 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1/2 Tablespoon butter


  1. Mix the Chia seeds with Milk, and place in refrigerator overnight for pudding to set.
  2. Prepare Kiwi, and slice into thick slices. Place in the side of the jar, I used 5oz jars in the image.
  3. Mix granola ingredients together, and place in a small baking dish, and bake at 350 for 10 to 20 minutes, or until lightly browned.
  4. Place cooled granola in small glass containers, place a slice of Kiwi on each side of the jar, add pudding, blackberries, and yogurt in layers on top of granola, and place in refrigerator. Enjoy for breakfast or a delicious tasty treat.  Makes 4 small jars.
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You can make this chia pudding recipe and substitute different kinds of fruit for the kiwi and blackberry. The possibilities are endless!

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