This raspberry pomegranate chia pudding parfait is the perfect healthy breakfast or snack! Enjoy it at home or on the go.
Another day, another Valentine’s inspired recipe! Raspberry pomegranate chia pudding parfait. These babies are my new favorite breakfast. or snack. or dessert…really I just love them.
Almond milk (or any other plant-based milk for that matter) is always a great go-to for a classic chia pudding. But it’s also fun to mix it up sometimes and play around with different ingredinets in recipes!
These chia puddings use pomegranate juice as a base. And let me tell you…it’s SO yummy! It’s like a chia seed juice pudding, and it’s my new favorite!
If you can’t find pomegranate juice you can use any type of juice you like for this recipe. I of course recommend using a natural juice like natural cranberry juice or cherry juice. (not the type that’s filled with artificial sugars…)
This raspberry pomegranate chia pudding parfait is:
- Vegan (using vegan yogurt)
- Whole 30 approved (use natural juice)
- High in Omega 3
- High in Fiber
I can’t wait to make these again for a Valentine’s day breakfast! I’m currently on my last couple days on my trip to Tulum Mexico. While I’m sad my time here is ending, I’m always so excited to get back in the kitchen when I go home!
I’ll be sharing my experience in at a wellness retreat in Tulum as well as a one week guide to Tulum shortly on the blog so keep a lookout for that!
If there are any other types of chia pudding you’d like see on the blog make sure to let me know in the comments below!Print
Chia pudding parfaits loaded with raspberry puree, pomegranate juice, and yogurt for a delicious breakfast or snack!
- 1/4 cup chia seeds
- 1 cup pomegranate juice
- 2 cus raspberries
- 2 tsp honey
- 1/2 cup yogurt of choice
- pomegranate & raspberries to top
- Mix the chia seeds and pomegranate juice together in a bowl. Place in the fridge and let gel for 1 hour.
- Next blend the raspberries and maple syrup together until it forms a puree.
- Layer the parfaits in small glasses or jars by adding some chia pudding on the bottom, yogurt, and fruit puree. Alternate between the three until the jars are full.
- Top with pomegranate and raspberries
Sub pomegranate juice for any type of juice you like
Make sure to use a no sugar added natural juice for this recipe to keep it healthy!
I love using coconut yogurt in this recipe, but any unsweetened yogurt will work great!
If you love this recipe make sure to try my key lime pie chia pudding too!