Get Glowing Superfoods Breakfast Pudding (vegan + paleo)

Get Glowing Superfoods Breakfast Pudding #vegan #paleo #breakfastBlended breakfast pudding that’s high in fiber and has absolutely no added sugars.

I created this Happy Tummy Breakfast Pudding recipe a couple of years ago and loved it so much that I ate it for breakfast for 6 solid months.

The recipe was phenomenal. So delicious. The only thing I didn’t like about it was that it used store-bought yogurt. That stuff can be pretty darn expensive, not to mention hard to find. So, I made this recipe.

My favorite part? It’s grain-free, too. Woo!

Get Glowing Superfoods Breakfast Pudding #vegan #paleo #breakfast

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Get Glowing Superfoods Breakfast Pudding (Vegan + Paleo)
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Recipe type: Vegan, Paleo, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Yeast-free, Corn-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Egg-free
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Serves: 4
 
Blended breakfast pudding that's high in fiber and has absolutely no added sugars.
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Add chia and water to a large bowl. Cover and sit at room temperature for 1 hour.
  2. Add to the jug of your high-powered blender along with banana, lucuma powder, water, dates, vanilla and salt.
  3. Blend until smooth.
  4. Divide equally into 4 bowls. Top with goji berries, cacao nibs, sliced almonds, hemp seeds or fresh fruit.
Notes
Lucuma Powder: is what I used instead of sugar in this recipe. It gives the pudding a light maple flavor. You could replace it with a touch of maple syrup. I have not tested this.

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Get Glowing Superfoods Breakfast Pudding #vegan #paleo #breakfast

This recipe is really simple. Soak, blend, top, eat.

I stored the leftover pudding in the fridge for 2 days and it was fine. I wouldn’t leave it longer than that, though.

Get Glowing Superfoods Breakfast Pudding #vegan #paleo #breakfast

Lucuma powder is often used in raw baking to give the item a natural maple-like flavor, but without the sugars found in maple syrup.

It has high levels of carotene, vitamin B and iron. Great for the pregnant ladies out there, too!

Get Glowing Superfoods Breakfast Pudding #vegan #paleo #breakfast

Top with whatever you’d like. For mine, it was slivered almonds, cacao nibs and goji berries. My favorite combo.

 

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  1. Hi Leanne, thanks for the recipe. My 17 year old daughter isn’t one for eating breakfast anymore but this might convince her to try morning eating again!

    I am confused about the 8/4 cup chia. Did you mean 1/4, 1/2, or 2 cups? Thanks again!

    • Hi Tanya, I think the amount of chia is 3/4 cup. The 3 is pretty small and I can totally see how it looks like an 8. Let me know if I’m wrong, Leanne! Thanks for another great recipe. :)

  2. I’m trying this! Do you think it would work to leave the chia to soak overnight, then blend if up in the morning?

  3. When I make chia puddings in my vita mix, it has a hard time handling the gelatinous mixture and I’m afraid it will break, so I made this one in my food processor, and added some almond butter and cinnamon. Can’t wait to have it for breakfast tomorrow!

    • Mmmm I’ve never used a food processor for pudding and such. Great idea. Hope you enjoyed it :)

  4. I have never heard of lucuma powder! I am intrigued, I just started using maca powder, which is not sweet by any means but adds a huge nutritional punch!

    • Hey Kim – sometimes? When I’m dying for a sweet treat, I just add a tablespoon of lucuma powder to a bowl and eat it like powdered sugar. Ha! so awesome.

  5. I really appreciate the nutritional info you put together and the stats on all the nutritious ingredients in your recipes. Whole foods for the win!

    I use Navita’s Coconut Sugar all the time and bet it would be a great substitute for the Lucuma powder.

    • Hey Abby – awesome. I’m glad you like them! I like to link out to the as opposed to putting them in the recipe (so those that just don’t want to see, don’t have to) I haven’t tried their coconut sugar. Is it maple-like?

      • Coconut sugar is mild, but similar to brown sugar in flavor and color. So yummy! And way less expensive than maple sugar.

  6. Thank you for the awesome recipe! I will cut back the dates by half, I look forward to enjoying this awesome recipe Thx! Big hugs dear girl.

    • Hey Kathy – for sure, I think it would be fine without them. The banana is sweet enough!

  7. This recipe looks delish! Except I can’t have banana (insulin resistant). Could you recommend what I could swap the banana out for? unsweetened apple sauce maybe?

    Thanks!

    • Hey! For sure, apple sauce would be great. Or just omit completely.

  8. Leanne! This looks and sounds perfect! I am making breakfast for my boyfriend next week, and I love getting him away from his packaged oatmeal, this will do perfectly!

    • Amanda! DO IT! I made this for Kevin and he absolutely loved it. Although he topped it with at least 1/2 bag of cacao nibs… now I’m out of them :(

    • So, so creamy. I loved the addition on the goji berries. Gosh, I could eat it all day!

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