Easy Keto Mixed Berries Overnight Chia Pudding

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Easy Keto Mixed Berries Overnight Chia Pudding

Keto for beginners can be a bit overwhelming, so it is best to incorporate easy recipes into your diet. This chia pudding is packed with refreshing berries, making it delicious and nutritious. It is the ultimate on-the-go breakfast.

What type of fruit can you add to this chia pudding?

The best fruits for a Keto diet are berries. They are low in carbs compared to other fruit, high in fiber and water, and highly nutritious. For this recipe, we used a mixture of blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries, but feel free to use either. You can also add blackberries and cranberries. This easy Keto breakfast for beginners uses frozen berries, but fresh will work just as well.

Can you use a different type of milk for this recipe?

Absolutely! A Keto diet for beginners should be as flexible and forgiving as possible. In place of almond milk, you can use other low-carb plant-based milk types made from coconut, cashews, and flaxseeds. You can even swap half the milk for heavy cream or coconut cream to increase the fat content.

Can you eat this instantly, or does it have to be overnight?

Chia seeds need time to absorb the liquid, so leaving them in the fridge overnight is ideal. However, if you don’t want to wait too long, you can heat the almond milk. Soaking the chia seeds in hot liquid accelerates the soaking process.

Can you substitute the erythritol with another sweetener?

Absolutely! Powdered erythritol is an excellent sweetener because it dissolves quickly. You can use other powdered or liquid sweeteners. Some great options include sugar-free syrups, monk fruit sweetener, powdered allulose, xylitol, stevia drops, etc.…

  • Net Carbs

    4.3 g

  • Fiber

    8.4 g

  • Total Carbs

    21.7 g

  • Protein

    4.4 g

  • Fats

    8.1 g

141 cals

Easy Keto Mixed Berries Overnight Chia Pudding

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  • Chia seeds

    Chia seeds

    4 tbsp

  • Almond milk

    Almond milk

    1.5 cup

  • Powdered Erythritol (Icing Sugar)

    Powdered Erythritol (Icing Sugar)

    2 tbsp

  • Frozen Raspberries

    Frozen Raspberries

    2 tbsp

  • Blueberries, fresh

    Blueberries, fresh

    2 tbsp

  • Strawberries, fresh

    Strawberries, fresh

    4 small - 1" diameter

  • Vanilla extract

    Vanilla extract

    0.25 tsp

Recipe Steps

steps 4

8 h 10 min

  • Step 1

    To a large pitcher, add the chia seeds, almond milk, powdered erythritol, and vanilla extract. Mix to combine. Set aside.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Chop the blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries into small cubes. Add them to the chia mixture along with the blueberries. Mix to combine.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Divide the mixture into two jars, ensuring you divide the berries equally. Secure the lids. Transfer to the fridge and leave them for a few hours or overnight.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Before serving, you can add some fresh berries on top. Enjoy cold or at room temperature. This pudding will last for up to 3 days in the fridge.
    Step 4

Comments 9

  • PropitiousMacadamia973894

    PropitiousMacadamia973894 6 months ago

    Can I use Splenda or honey instead of erythritol?

    • StupendousKale128831

      StupendousKale128831 4 months ago

      Splenda yes, but honey isn't low carb.

  • OutstandingAvocado426525

    OutstandingAvocado426525 6 months ago

    I added whipping cream it was absolutely delish!

    • ShamrockChef

      ShamrockChef 6 months ago

      Can coconut milk be used instead of almond milk?

      • StupendousKale128831

        StupendousKale128831 4 months ago

        Yes, but it will change the macros a little as coconut milk has more calories. So make sure to calculate for the extra calories.

    • OutstandingKetone124092

      OutstandingKetone124092 9 months ago

      Can you use soya milk instead of almond milk?

      • SuperAvocado172031

        SuperAvocado172031 8 months ago

        Yes. You can use any type of milk you like. The seeds just needs something wet to expand into.

    • SarBear<3

      SarBear<3 9 months ago

      I’m addicted to this recipe. Love it every morning and sometimes as a sweet snack when I have sweet cravings.

      • rkmdos@gmail.com

        rkmdos@gmail.com 9 months ago

        Can I use heavy cream and water instead of plant based milks? I don’t like any of them.