Lactose-free blueberry chia pudding

Lactose-free blueberry chia pudding

30 min
Kickstart your day with a burst of vibrant flavours with our lactose-free blueberry chia pudding. This easy overnight recipe is a perfect option for busy mornings, offering a wholesome and sweet start to the day. The delightful fusion of lactose-free creamy goodness from semi-skimmed milk and yogurt as well as a fruity sweetness from almonds turns your breakfast into a treat that almost feels like dessert.


Chia pudding:
  • Mix vanilla powder, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, and chia seeds in a bowl.
  • Add lactose-free semi-skimmed milk and lactose-free yogurt and stir everything well.
  • Cover and place in the fridge overnight.
Blueberry compote and topping:
  • Cook frozen blueberries with coconut sugar in a saucepan for about 7 minutes. Leave to cool.
  • Stir chopped almonds into the chia pudding.
  • Spread the blueberry compote in the bottom of a small serving glass and spoon the chia pudding on top. Sprinkle with fresh blueberries.

While the pudding is taking its time in the refrigerator, give it a little stir now and then before going to bed. It needs at least four hours, and stirring now and again, when you can, prevents those sneaky seeds from clumping together, giving you a smooth and evenly thickened pudding.

Questions about lactose-free blueberry chia pudding

With this lactose-free chia blueberry pudding, you can effortlessly make breakfast that feels like dessert. Read about this yummy recipe below.

How to make the blueberry compote for lactose-free chia pudding?
In a small saucepan, combine blueberries and coconut sugar, then place the saucepan over medium heat and bring the mixture to a gentle boil, stirring occasionally. This helps soften the blueberries and release their natural juices. Let it simmer for about 7 minutes until the blueberries are soft and the texture has thickened slightly. Remove the saucepan from the heat and let the blueberry compote cool for a few minutes. Once the blueberry compote has cooled, it is ready to layer with your lactose-free chia pudding.
How long will lactose-free blueberry chia pudding last?
If you have leftovers or want a convenient grab-and-go breakfast option, this blueberry chia pudding can typically last for 3-4 days when stored properly in the refrigerator. Store pudding and compote separately in an airtight container or jar and mix it whenever you are ready to enjoy it. Before serving, give it a gentle stir. This step ensures that all the flavours and textures are evenly distributed, giving you the optimal taste and texture experience for your breakfast.
Can you make lactose-free blueberry chia pudding ahead of time?
Yes, one of the best things about this pudding is that you can make it ahead of time so you can meal prep for the week. Whip up a bigger batch and divide it into individual containers. This way, you will have grab-and-go portions ready for breakfast or snacks throughout the week. It will stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days, so you can enjoy the goodness of our lactose-free blueberry chia pudding without having to make it from scratch every day.


Chia pudding:
Lactose-free semi-skimmed milk
200 ml
Lactose-free yogurt
200 g
Chia seeds
5 tbsp
Ground cardamom
1 tsp
Ground cinnamon
1 tsp
Ground cloves
¼ tsp
Vanilla powder
¼ tsp
Blueberry compote and topping:
Blueberries, frozen
250 g
Blueberries, fresh
200 g
Almonds, toasted
75 g
Coconut sugar
40 g

Overnight lactose-free blueberry chia pudding with almonds

This lactose-free blueberry chia pudding is ideal for breakfast. It is an easy recipe that combines the refreshing goodness of blueberries and the delightful crunch of chia seeds with the exotic allure of cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, and vanilla. It is as rich and creamy as a dessert, with a lovely berry touch. Perfect for busy mornings, you can prepare this delight the night before and save yourself a bit of time in the morning rush. Wake up to a jar of creamy pudding ready to be layered with blueberry compote, perfect for grab-and-go or a treat for a slow morning.

No-fuss chia pudding without lactose – sweet as dessert, tasty and easy for breakfast

Experience the magic of our overnight blueberry chia pudding. Pre-prepared for your convenience, this lactose-free delight blends blueberry compote and chia seeds. As you sleep, the chia seeds work their magic and soak up the goodness from lactose-free milk and yogurt. The combination of blueberries and chia seeds creates a harmonious blend of flavours that is both refreshing and indulgent. Blueberries lend a burst of sweetness and a slight tartness to the pudding, while chia seeds contribute a nutty undertone.

In the mood for other chia recipes? Try our lactose-free orange chia pudding or our easy lactose-free fruity smoothie with chia.