Tropical Chia Pudding

The school year has begun and I started looking for new ideas and recipes for my daughter’s breakfast and lunch box. My goal was to create something healthy and delicious. Latest visit to the nearest Vege shop with beautiful seasonal fruits and veggies inspired me for this tropical chia pudding with a twist.

Сhia pudding is an absolutely delicious dessert and one of the most favorite breakfast in our family. This is a good source of omega-3, dietary fiber and high protein content. It’s a very simple recipe, all you need is to soak seeds in nut milk in the evening and let it rest in the fridge overnight.


2 Serves 

  • 1 Cup Coconut milk, room temperature
  • 2 Tbsp Chia seeds
  • 1-3 Tbsp Agave syrup or any light syrup
  • Few drops of vanilla extract
  • 2 Big ripe mango, peeled and pitted, or two cups frozen mango cubes (thawed)
  • Pulp of 4 passion fruits
  • Two Handfuls of lychee, peeled and pitted


  1. For chia pudding. Combine in a glass or mason jar chia seeds, coconut milk, syrup, few drops of vanilla essence. Mix together, using a small whisk. Let it rest covered in the fridge overnight or at least a few hours. I like to soak it overnight. And mix with fruits and toppings just before serving.
  2. For mango coulis, mix well mango in the blender until puree.
  3. Fill a glass with a mango puree layer, then add the chia pudding layer and passion fruit layer. Create as many layers as you wish. Garnish the pudding with halves of lychee. Dig it and enjoy!

Tip: Serve it in a small jar for a kids lunch box.


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