Berry Good Chia Pudding Recipe Kit

Berry Good Chia Pudding Recipe Kit

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A healthy and satisfying breakfast or an on-the-go snack that you can make ahead to help you through the week.

Chia seeds are packed with protein, fibre and healthy fats and when soaked in the fridge, they take on this delicious pudding texture. Add in oats to bulk it up or add a couple of tablespoons of the chia pudding to hot porridge or pancakes for an extra hit of goodness, not to mention all the antioxidants from the beautiful berries.

Our recipe kits make it simple to cook nourishing food and shop zero waste, even when life gets busy. From breakfast to lunch and dinner (and even snacks, too), we've came up with a nutrient dense, protein packed, one-pot menu and weighed out all the ingredients for you. Oh, and they're all refillable, too! So you can eat well (even on a budget!) and skip the plastic.  

Whats in the kit? Makes 6-8 portions.

Ingredients: Chia seeds, dried goji berries, dried sour cherries, desiccated coconut, cinnamon.

Allergens : See ingredients in CAPITALS. Please be aware that the kits are packed in our store. Allergens including cereals, gluten, nuts, peanuts, mustard, sesame, milk, soya, sulphites and lupin are present in our store. These can be present in the form of granules, dust and airborne particles. If you have any questions about ingredients or allergens, please get in touch.

You'll need to add:

  • 600ml oat milk
  • Optional vanilla paste, maple syrup to taste

How to make it:

  1. Pour the kit into a large container (we like to use a clip top mason jar), then pour in the oat milk (along with vanilla and maple if using).
  2. Allow to stand for 5 minutes, then mix again to ensure everything is combined.
  3. Place the container in the fridge overnight, stir again in the morning and add more liquid if needed.
  4. Portion into smaller pots, to take to work/school so they’re ready to go, or store in one large container and serve in a bowl as you go for a nutritious breakfast or snack at home.
  5. Top with added extras such as yoghurt, cacao nibs, or fresh or stewed fruit
  6. Chia pudding can be stored in the fridge for up to 5 days.


The recipe kit is packaged in either:

  • 100% refillable, reusable and recyclable glass bottle with aluminium lid (this option is great if youre trying the recipe for the first time or if youre giving it away as a gift)
  • NatureFlex bag (looks like plastic, is actually a fully home-compostable alternative made from sustainably sourced wood pulp. This option is perfect if youve made the recipe before and youre just after a refill for your jar at home).