Recipe Directions

  • 1. Throw everything in the blender EXCEPT THE CHIA SEEDS!
  • 2. Blend in a high-speed blender 'til very very well blended. You can't really overblend this, so feel free to go nuts.
  • 3. Place the chia seeds in a large bowl. Slowly pour the blender concoction over the chia seeds, and stir very well.
  • 4. Stir - Probably take the bowl with you in front of the TV and stir for 10 minutes or so. The purpose of all this stirring is to help the chia seeds declump and plump up. Remember, the chia seeds are like tapioca and they will expand in size. Try not to eat too much of the pudding now. Just take a few tiny spoonfulls and that's it!! Don't eat the whole bowl in front of the TV because it gets even better once it's been refrigerated for an hour or two!
  • 5. Refrigerate - Once everything is nicely stirred and there are no clumps, cover and refrigerate for an hour or two. The purpose of doing this is to let the chia seeds plump up over time. You could probably let this chia seed fruit pudding sit on the counter for the same amount of time rather than refrigerate it.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Creamy raw fruit chia puddings are yet another vice of mine. In fact, my tummy is full of one right now!

This creamy raw fruit chia pudding is my new favourite chia pudding, which is replacing my old favourite chia pudding recipe (although that one may be an oldie but it's still a goody, too!).

In case you don't know what chia seeds are, they are tiny seeds that plump up like tapioca. By the way, you cannot make this recipe without the chia seeds, so don't substitute anything for the chia seeds!

If you try this recipe please let me know what you think. To me, when I make it with raspberries or strawberries this chia pudding reminds me of melted Neapolitan (strawberry, chocolate, vanilla) ice cream.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 85 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Fat.
  • This recipe is a good source of Dietary Fiber.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, and Iron.

Amounts per 128 g (5 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 212 9 %
Protein 5 g 10 %
Fat 11 g 14 %
Carbohydrates 26 g 8 %
Dietary Fiber 6 g 20 %
Sugars 15 g
Calcium 85 mg 8 %
Iron 2.4 mg 18 %
Sodium 7 mg
Source: The Rawtarian, USDA

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This looks so yummy and I am definitely going to try it out! As for your comment, Kristi, I was unable to find chia seeds locally too so I just get them online at

They sell them in pound and a half bags which last me about a month and the shipping is free, so it is overall the best place I could find to buy chia seeds online, and I've been getting my chia seeds from them for about 2 years now. Hope this helps!

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Sounds like a great source, J. Thanks for sharing!

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Of course I stumble upon your website AFTER I've gone to whole foods for the week! Grrr! I even tried to find Chia seeds in WF before I left but I gave up. Boo.

Anyway, this looks great. Make some more youtube videos! :)

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Hi! You might be able to find chia seeds in a local bulk food retailer or in a health food store. I live in a small town but I can still find them locally. Maybe next time you have some free time just grab the phone book and call your closest health food stores. It's WAY easier to call around rather than drive around. Do get them, though. I absolutely love them! They're not that great on their own, but I find that they open up a lot of doors in the pudding department, lol.

I will try to make more YouTube videos!! Thanks for the encouragement :)

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