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Chia Chocolate Pudding – Chocolate Dessert from Chia Seeds ctm magazine

Learn how to make a Chia Chocolate Pudding Recipe! Go to http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2013/09/chia-chocolate-pudding-sort-of-pet.html for the ingredient amounts, extra information, and many, many more video recipes! I hope you enjoy this easy Chia Chocolate Pudding!



  • 1337gaia on May 28, 2019

    Grinding the chia seeds really makes the difference. I used my coffee grinder for this. The texture is now more like a very fine semolina pudding.

  • Andrew F on May 29, 2019

    All my chia seeds sank to the bottom; leaving the top liquid and the bottom hard 😔

  • StumpStomper on June 1, 2019

    It's not very reassuring when Chef John decides after the official taste test that something is "not bad" lol

  • Disney World on June 25, 2019

    Done in Iran for over centuries with water or milk in summer and it doenst need any chocolate or vanilla in it, it is called 'Khake Shir

  • SS4Xanatos on June 27, 2019

    Would this work with flaxseeds too?

  • Elusive Attempts on July 1, 2019

    So, i saw a comment that grinding into a flour might make the texture more pleasant but keep the thickness. Is this correct? Has anyone tried it? if they have, i might start making this when i head to college

  • Steve Nelson on August 7, 2019

    I made this recipe to the T. Most of the patrons were spreading Barf out their mouths and asses in less than 15 min. This is the first Food Whishes idea that we will never make again ! ! !

  • chickendoodlesoup on August 20, 2019

    For all those vegans out there, just use vegan milk. Or do what I did:
    1) Get a jar and mix in one cup of water with a heaping tablespoon of almond butter
    2) Shake the jar (with the cap on of course) until you get this sort of milk (I saw this in a kid's vegan recipe book)
    3) Open the lid and add all the ingredients mentioned in this video minus the milk (you really just need the "milk", chia seeds, and cocoa. Alternatives to the brown sugar can be maple syrup, coconut sugar, or anything else that will sweeten it up. It's only optional)
    4) SHAKE SHAKE SHAKE KEEP SHAKING (a healthy snack plus some exercise 😛 )
    5) At this point, you can choose to refiregerate or not because the chia is already plump enough to be eaten out of the jar 🙂
    6) Optional: Add fruit on top, even more chia seeds (you can never have too many chia), cacao nibs, dried cranberry, really anything you want 🙂

  • Nathan B on September 13, 2019

    Do they sell the hemp seeds at Kroger or Walmart? Haha

  • Nathan B on September 13, 2019

    Okay WOW. This is so so good. I swapped the sugar with 2 tbsp of maple syrup and it’s perfectly sweet. It is so good! Next time I may add peanut butter. Definitely recommend. I also used half full fat coconut milk (for richness – makes it more like real pudding) and half almond milk.

  • SkyBrigidRain on September 26, 2019

    I bet chia seeds would make an awesome fruit dessert!!!

  • Breanda Wittman on September 29, 2019

    Mmmmm Mmm mm that's a pudding I'll have to try. God Bless ✝️

  • A on October 7, 2019

    The commentary on this one cracked me up.

  • dippster357 on October 30, 2019

    Chef John I am one of your biggest fans but I kept waiting for you to remake this with hot milk instead the Chia seeds would’ve softened and the texture would’ve been a lot better

  • Mona DeLeon on November 5, 2019

    If you blend the mixture up before refrigeration it won't be crunchy. And it taste good made with coconut milk!

  • Juliat Shamoun on November 21, 2019

    Ok chef for us in low carb keto
    We will us healthy Sugar Substitute and dont be shy to add berries on top Or keto chocolate 😋😋😋💕

  • Astrid Figueroa on February 5, 2020

    Hi Chef John, thank you! You can also add a table spoon of vanilla yogurt to make it creamier after letting it rest overnight 👍

  • curious420 on February 18, 2020

    Do let us know if we can do this with coconut milk instead of regular milk. Anything that calls for regular milk is out for me and it's not because I'm lactose intolerant. Don't ask.

  • katherine hunter on March 7, 2020

    Cha Cha Chia PUDDING?
    HAHAHA interesting.

  • natooshi's left widow bite on March 30, 2020

    for the first time in my life i laughed watching a RECIPE.

    i absolutely watched the 2 train of ads to appreciate this man

  • party38 on April 14, 2020

    Sugar no good for you brother!

  • party38 on April 14, 2020

    2% milk and sugar you added cancels out health benefit that you are talking about:)

  • Betty Schneider on April 22, 2020

    Give it a little tapa tapa! Lol 😆….🍫🍮☕🍯🍨

  • Caramon Majere on April 28, 2020

    I think I'd rather eat fast food than bird food….and I hate fast food.

  • Wake Up on May 11, 2020

    You can grind the chia seeds for a quick minute, releases the very beneficial Omega 3, and helps it to lose that crispiness and sets faster.

  • That Brown Guy on July 27, 2020

    what if you blended it with like an emersion blender?

  • mimimom sd on July 28, 2020

    wow was my favorite tnx for sharing this ! you got my support hey watching you here in china please always take care wherever you are ! and god bless ! waiting you to knock back my friend

  • G G on August 7, 2020

    You didn’t put more liquid in which is why it stayed the same after keeping it overnight

  • Virginia Voigt on August 15, 2020

    I have made chia pudding for a long time. I use 4 cups milk (any type you like), 1 cup chia seeds, 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt, a good splash of vanilla, one whole "Mexican Hot Chocolate" disc or tablet warmed and dissolved in 1/2 cup water with 1/2 cup dried cherries. Mix together well and repeat mixing every 5 minutes for 15 minutes. Refrigerate overnight. I garnish with cocoa nibs for crunch. If you like tapioca pudding you will probably find it as delicious as I do. It lends itself to many variations.

  • Virginia Voigt on August 17, 2020

    Oops! I made a mistake in the recipe in my previous comment. As far as the chocolate part goes, I should have stated double the quantity for this amount of pudding. The correct amounts are 2 discs or tablets of chocolate, 1 cup water, and 1 cup cherries. Otherwise, I stand by the remainder of the recipe.

  • Maria Celeste Valencia on August 25, 2020

    Does anyone has the link of the commercial he mentioned? Btw nice video!

  • A M K on September 2, 2020

    I’ve tried a few chia pudding recipes off Pinterest. Nothing short of completely revolting, disgusting, and totally inedible. (AND I’m a hippy. So. Normies should want to vomit on contact. No idea why this dreadful concoction is so popular.) But if you say this recipe is good, maybe I’ll try it out with the chia seeds I (unfortunately) have left over

  • Saris on September 18, 2020

    You can blend it afterwards if you’re bothered by the crunch of the seed 🙂

  • Franklin Amanda on October 7, 2020

    Going to make this today thanks chef 👨‍🍳 John

  • Heather on January 1, 2021

    “we’re basically using bird seeds” 😂🤣 way to be blunt 😂😂

  • Lynn Kaminari on January 21, 2021

    That bold of you to assume that I have friends asked about chia seeds.

  • sandra evans on February 17, 2021

    very cute

  • Souvik Paul on May 3, 2021

    Khub bhalo laglo video taa 💐🙂😍

  • Tyler K Fisher on June 4, 2021


  • Michelle Loves pink on June 14, 2021

    Incredibly healthy but he has a solution for that. Lol

  • Adriano C. E. on June 28, 2021

    You should try brazilian desert “sagú”. Looks similar but with RED WINE 👍🏻

  • Sheryl A on August 4, 2021

    You can grind the seeds first, for a smoother texture and it helps to release the nutritional benefits 👍

  • Maame A on September 1, 2021


  • Kerry Lawson on September 7, 2021

    <giving you the side-eye>

  • Dejhanira Sauri on September 17, 2021

    "We basically used bird seeds". Lol!

  • Keith Wilson on September 24, 2021

    I make a version of this called Noatmeal (no oat meal). Equal parts chia seeds, flaxseed meal, some sweetener and milk. Simmer for two minutes and you have a really healthy oatmeal substitute.

  • Rosemarie Teasdale on January 6, 2022


  • floramew on January 18, 2022

    Saw this in one of your recent compilations, didn't remember that though until I searched & found this video, all I remembered was chia chocolate pudding lol…

    I'm gonna experiment with your recipe a little– I'll do a batch with milk like you do at first for a control group, but I'm also gonna try it with yogurt. Will the consistency be thicker, or will the chia seeds retain more of their crunch? How about strained yogurt with most of the whey removed, is that moist enough to soften up those chia seeds? Guess I'll see!

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