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Coconut Yogurt Chia Seed Pudding

I'm changing up the chia seed pudding and adding coconut yogurt. It makes for thicker and richer pudding and it's healthy. I bought blueberries today, I've been thinking of them for a week now. I miss fresh berries in the winter, I can't wait until Trader Joe's has organic berries and has them on sale :)

Chia seeds, blueberries, a banana and vanilla almond milk.
1 individual container of vanilla coconut yogurt
1/4 cup of almond milk
2 tbsp of chia seeds
1 banana
1/2 pint of organic blueberries
I made this pudding in a small glass bowl. Put the yogurt, chia seeds and almond milk in the bowl and stir. Slice the banana and add the blueberries on top. Cover and refrigerate.


  1. I like the cocobut yogurt substitution. Is the tortilla gluten free?

  2. *coconut* Cocobut has a whole different meaning. Sorry.

  3. No, it's not GF...I think the only GF torillas at Trader Joe's are the brown rice ones and the corn ones....I wish I liked the brown rice but they end up being too hard and they crumble. LOL at your second comment :) You must try the coconut yogurt!


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