Keto Strawberries and Cream Chia Pudding

by KetoFocus.com
4.9 Stars (23 Reviews) 25 Comments

Chia pudding is an easy keto breakfast recipe for when you are tired of the traditional bacon and eggs. This delicious chis pudding is strawberries and cream flavored and can be made in minutes!

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Keto Strawberries And Cream Chia Pudding Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup heavy cream or nut milk
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 cup sliced strawberries
  • 1/4 cup chia seeds
  • 1/4 cup monkfruit, or other favorite sweetener
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • squeeze of lemon juice
  • pinch of salt

Keto Strawberries and Cream Chia Pudding Directions

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strawberry chia pudding in jars If you are looking for an alternative to the tradtional keto breakfast of bacon and eggs, then this keto chia pudding is your solution. Chia pudding is easy to make and you can make up a lot of it to enjoy all week long. Flavored with fresh strawberries, this chia pudding takes on a strawberries & cream flavor once it’s combined with the heavy cream. This chia pudding is lightly sweetened, so you can enjoy this keto recipe as a breakfast or a dessert. basket of strawberries

Chia Seeds

a bowl of chia seeds Chia seeds are the key ingredient to thicken this low carb pudding. Chia seeds absorb water up to 12 times their weight! Soaked chia seeds slow down digestion which means they make make you feel full longer. They are also loaded with fiber.

Cream Substitutes

jug of macadamia nut milk The macros in this recipe are calculated based on using heavy cream as the liquid; however, you can substitute with other milk options. Nut milks like almond, coconut, cashew and macadamia work well in this keto breakfast recipe too. My favorite nut milk to use is macadmaia nut milk by Milkadamia. It is loaded with fat is and is very low in carbohydrates. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases

Blender

The easiest way to make keto chia pudding is to add all the ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. This breaks open the chia seeds so they can absorb liquid right away forming a pudding consistency right away. If you don’t have a blender, a food processor would work. If you don’t have either of those appliances, you can combine all of your ingredients to a bowl and let it sit overnight in the refrigerator. Your keto pudding won’t be as smooth and your strawberries will be chunky, but it will still taste amazing!

Keto Chia Pudding Meal Prep and Storage

Not only is strawberries and cream chia pudding delicious, but it is also very easy to meal prep. This recipe makes four servings, so you can blend everything ahead of time and store it in individual sealed containers or ramekins overnight.

Nutritional information & Macros

Nutrition Information

Keto Strawberries and Cream Chia Pudding

Servings: 4

Amount Per Serving
Calories 118
Fat 8.6g
Protein 3.4g
Total Carbs 6.9g
Net Carbs 1.5g

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25 Comments

  1. I have making pudding with raspberry’s and almond milk and I blend in a 1/4 block of cream cheese and sweetener . So it is a raspberry cheesecake pudding. And the seeds so good

  2. Hi! Can I use confectioner’s, or does it have to be granulated? Thank you! I’m so excited to make it!

  3. This is amazing. Tried it this morning and I know I will be making it again. I used lemon zest too for a more lemony pudding. Thanks for sharing this recipe

  4. Is the nutritional information for the recipe with almond milk or cream? I plan to use cream.

      1. Hi, could you tell me, are all recipes for one serving (not four)? This is important because I have a son with type 1 diabetes, you need to know exactly how many carb to calculate the amount of insulin. Thank you.

  5. It’s delicious, but is more like a thin milkshake than a pudding. Made with frozen peaches and not strawberries. I poured it in a glass and drank it. Should I have refrigerated it so that it would have thickened up? We ate it as soon as I made it, and I poured it into 2 glasses. 4 servings seems extremely small.
    Love all your recipes! We’ve only been on keto for about two weeks and I made nothing other than your recipes. Keep them coming!

    1. If you don’t use a blender to break the chia seeds, the mixture will need to sit for several hours in the refrigerator to thicken up. The longer it sits, the thick it will be.

  6. Hi, could you tell me, are all recipes for one serving (not four)? This is important because I have a son with type 1 diabetes, We need to know exactly how many carb to calculate the amount of insulin. Thank you.

  7. Thank you Annie I love it so much. I have made it twice following the recipe using heavy cream. My daughter and boyfriend love it too.

  8. What can I use instead of monk fruit? Will maple syrup work? Or do you have other recommendations?

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