Organic Cinnamon Roll Chia Seed Pudding

You don’t have to go out to brunch to enjoy the best of what breakfast food has to offer. Save yourself the time and money by prepping your breakfast for the week in advance – and give yourself some bonus points for making something super good for your health. I’ve been obsessed with chia seed pudding for a little over a year now. There’s something about the texture that I love (maybe because it’s so similar to rice pudding, which is unhealthy yet still bae) and the versatility of the flavor.

From time to time I like switching up the traditional and really plain recipe for chia seed pudding – just seeds and a nut mylk! I don’t add anything unnatural to these variations, but it’s always a good morning to know that you’ve switched up your breakfast flavor to something that’s a little sweeter, yet still incredibly healthy.


Chia seeds are an amazing source of omega fatty acids, which are the good fats that are so essential to your overall health and brain function. In fact, chia seeds actually have 8x more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon – so this is an awesome recipe for vegetarians and vegans.

Chia seeds are also a superfood – they’re an amazing source of protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and amino acids and anti-oxidants. With a few spoonfuls of them in the morning, you can be confident that you’re starting your day off right.


I make a batch or two of chia seed pudding a week. When I’m in the mood for something sweet I’ll reach for this instead of something less healthy. When I’m making oatmeal for breakfast and want some extra flavor I’ll add in a few scoops of this pudding. It’s so versatile and easy to make that there are no excuses for you not to try it. 😉


Keep scrolling to see my recipe for Organic Cinnamon Roll Chia Seed Pudding!


Organic Cinnamon Roll Chia Seed Pudding 

Serves: 2

Prep Time: 5 Minutes     Cook Time: 5 hours or overnight    Total Time: 5 hours 5 Minutes

Let’s Get Started:

1 c organic almond milk
1/4 c organic chia seeds
1 tsp. organic cinnamon
2 tsp. organic agave nectar
1 tsp. organic vanilla extract

Let’s Get Cooking:

Mix ingredients together in a small mason jar. Refrigerate for 5 hours or overnight, stirring about halfway through so that the seeds don’t clump at the bottom. Enjoy!

Let’s Get Creative:

When you’re ready to eat this pretty and delicious snack, top with fruit! I personally love eating it with my favorite berries or banana coins.

Stay Classy! xx