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Vegan Matcha Chia Pudding

Let’s give vegan matcha chia pudding our vote for the most delicious breakfast and evening snack!

Matcha chia pudding is just a winner when it comes to making a super quick breakfast, a healthy breakfast, a breakfast on the go, but also when you crave something sweet and healthy in the evening! 

Vegan matcha chia pudding really takes the crown because of its easiness and deliciousness.

Our organic Matcha Oishii is perfect in this recipe! As it will turn out bright green and super yum!

Vegan Matcha Chia Pudding - Matcha Oishii 

There’s no excuse to start your day with the right foot! Matcha enhances your mood, gives you sustained long lasting energy, and burns fat, among many other health benefits of matcha!

This vegan matcha chia pudding recipe is just what you want to start your day healthy.

Chia is such a healthy seed and is filled with vitamins, but when you combine it with matcha, this recipe goes to the top healthy matcha recipes!

Vegan Matcha Chia Pudding Recipe

Servings: several servings depending on your desired portion

Prep time: 10 min

Total time: Best if left in the fridge overnight, plus 10min

Vegan Matcha Chia Pudding Recipe - Matcha Oishii

Ingredients

¼ Cup Chia Seeds

¾ Cup of Almond Milk

½ Cup Coconut Milk

2 Tbsp Agave Syrup (you can replace with sugar, honey, or your favorite sweetener)

½ tsp Vanilla Extract

Your Favorite Toppings (banana, yogurt, berries…)

1/2 Tbsp organic Matcha Oishii powder

Get your Matcha for this recipe here!

 

METHOD

To prepare this vegan matcha chia pudding only mix all of the ingredients and leave overnight or at least for an hour in the refrigerator.

You can eat on the go from the cristal jar you prepare it in, or you can put it in a different bowl and add your favorite fruits, nuts or toppings.

Enjoy this vegan matcha chia pudding, yum... Oishii (delicious)!

 Best Matcha Chia Pudding Recipe - Matcha Oishii

Did you know that chia seeds come originally from Mexico?