Protein Chia Pudding

This protein chia pudding contains approximately 20 grams of protein and only 3 grams of sugar per dish. It's simple to make and makes an excellent nutritious breakfast or snack for meal planning throughout the week.

I'm constantly looking for simple methods to improve the amount of protein in my diet, so one day I mixed vanilla protein powder into my chia seed pudding, resulting in this protein chia pudding dish!

This chia pudding recipe, like all of my others, is simple to make and ideal for meal prep, but it also contains approximately 20 grams of protein to keep you full and content for longer.

Vanilla protein powder - I used Nuzest Vanilla Protein Powder in this recipe. It's a vegan protein powder with basic ingredients that tastes delicious! Use coupon eatingbirdfood to get 15% off your order!

almond milk - I prefer unsweetened almond milk, but feel free to use oat milk, cashew milk, or coconut milk for a creamier texture! You can also use dairy milk if you prefer.

Chia seeds - Both black and white chia seeds are suitable for this recipe. Make sure your chia seeds are fresh; otherwise, they may not absorb the liquid as well and

your chia pudding may not turn out. My favorite chia seed brands are Navitas and Bob's Red Mill.

Maple syrup is my personal favorite for this recipe, but you could also use honey, agave, or sugar substitutes such as stevia or monk fruit for a low-sugar alternative. Greek yogurt - a creamy and tasty optional topping with added protein.

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