Cinnamon and turmeric chia pudding

Tales of a Kitchen // Chia pudding bowl

I am SO excited to post this recipe! Partly because it’s chia pudding and chia pudding is one of the best things in the land. But also partly because this recipe marks the birth of my You Tube channel!!! Yes, that is CORRECT. YOU TUBE baby.

I’ve had to many of you ask what are my tips and tricks to making perfectly smooth and creamy chia pudding, and chia pudding is such a delicious and nutritious breaky, that I thought it would be just perfect as my first You Tube recipe. Plus, it is easy to make which makes it all the more perfect for the amateur you tuber which is me.

Tales of a Kitchen // Chia pudding bowl

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To make perfect chia pudding you don’t need much. Just a good ratio of ingredients, good whisking skills and patience. And do brace yourself with overnight patience, because it’s worth it.Tales of a Kitchen // Chia pudding bowl

Cinnamon and turmeric chia pudding

Serves 2


  • 2 cups nut milk (almond or cashew work beautifully)
  • 1/3 cup chia seeds
  • 2 TBSP maple syrup
  • 1/3 tsp cinnamon
  • pinch turmeric
  • toppings for 1 serve: small handful each: chocolate granola, coconut flakes, frozen banana slices and raspberries, 3 orange slices and (optional, but pretty) edible flowers


  1. Add the nut milk to a bowl and pour chia seeds. Stir well using a whisk.
  2. Add the maple syrup, cinnamon and turmeric and stir well.
  3. Cover the place in the fridge overnight.
  4. Next day, scoop half into a bowl and add the toppings.
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