Mango chia pudding

This incredibly creamy mango chia pudding is one of my favourite breakfasts in the spring and summertime. It’s made with chia seeds, soy milk, maple syrup for some extra sweetness and of course, mango, making it an omega 3-rich delicious on-the-go breakfast. 


1. To a bowl or jar, combine the plant-based milk, chia seeds, vanilla extract and maple syrup. Mix to combine well. Set aside.
2. Let the mixture sit for at least 10 minutes, then mix again. 
3. Place in the fridge for at least 1.5 hours. 
4. When ready to eat, blend the frozen mango in a high-speed blender. Note you may need a dash of water or plant-based milk to help blend. 
5. To serve, dollop the frozen mango on top of the chia pudding and enjoy immediately.


  • Vitasoy soy milk - If not using this brand, please ensure the milk is calcium-fortified and contains 120 mg of calcium per 100ml. Moreover, suppose you are allergic or prefer different plant-based alternatives. In that case, you can always use another type of milk, given it is calcium-fortified.

  • Maple syrup - You can use honey if you are not vegan

Nutritional Summary:

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  • Serves
  • Prep
    90 minutes