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PBJ Coconut Chia Pudding

Love & Zest
by Love & Zest
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PBJ Coconut Chia Pudding

Active time: 10 minutes Total time: 10 minutes

This simple no-cook breakfast from Love & Zest is great for meal planning and taking on-the-go. It’s packed with 23 grams of fiber and 17 grams of protein per serving, which will keep you full and power your day.

About the Author

Love & Zest
Love & Zest

Kristina LaRue, RD, CSSD, LDN, is a sports dietitian in Orlando, Florida, and co-author of the “Flat Belly Cookbook for Dummies.” She writes the food and nutrition blog Love & Zest, where she shares recipes, life stories and nutrition tips. Connect with her outside of the blog on PinterestTwitter and Instagram.

Photo courtesy of Kristina LaRue. Original recipe can be found on Love & Zest.


16 responses to “PBJ Coconut Chia Pudding”

  1. Avatar L. says:

    “Serves: 1 | Serving Size: 1/2 jar”

    Is this recipe one serving or two?

  2. Avatar Kathy says:

    I was thinking the same thing? Kind of confusing!

  3. Avatar Everett says:

    I agree with the previous comments–the serving size is confusing. I made it for my wife and we wonder if the recipe might be for two servings perhaps?

  4. Avatar Alma says:

    Does it matter which coconut milk is used — canned or carton (refrigerated)? Also, seems like a lot of calories for 1/2 serving…

  5. Avatar Julie Arnold says:

    Hello, can the peanut powder be substituted with Peanut Butter? If so, what is the recommended amount?

  6. Avatar Kjhudy says:

    This definitely needs some clarification..
    3 tablespoon of chia seeds (3x15g) 192kcal
    1 teaspoon of maple syrup 12kcal
    1 teaspoon of vanilla extract 12kcal
    3 tablespoon of peanut powder (3x12g) 153kcal
    1/2 cup (75g) frozen raspberries 36kcal
    Total calories so far: 405
    Plus either:
    1 cup (240ml) unsweetened coconut ‘drink’ (carton) 48kcal
    1 cup (240ml) light coconut milk (tinned) 175kcal
    Giving a total of either 453kcal (1/2=226.5kcal) or 580kcal (1/2=290kcal)
    It just doesn’t add up whether all the ingredients is the serving size or half is the serving size… I’m confused..!

  7. Avatar Debbie V. says:

    Making these changes I got it down to 7 pts on the Freestyle program for the whole thing……
    Simple Truth Black chia seeds 3Tbsp 4 Points

    sugar-free syrup, maple flavor 1Tbsp 0 Points

    vanilla extract 1tsp 0 Points

    Simple Truth Organic Original peanut powder 3Tbsp 2 Points

    Silk Almond Coconut Blend, Unsweetened 1cup 1 Points

    unsweetened frozen raspberries 1cup(s) 0 pts.

  8. Avatar SH says:

    According to the article, “It’s packed with 23 grams of fiber and 17 grams of protein PER SERVING..” But that’s misleading because the nutritional information for 1 serving, which is HALF a jar says:
    Nutrition (per serving): Dietary Fiber: 12g; Protein: 9g

  9. Thank you for sharing this healthy recipe.

  10. Avatar Kirk says:

    How can you claim 1 serving is 177 calories when Just one of the ingredients, 3
    Tbsp peanut butter is 240 calories. I entered all of the ingredients into the MyFitnessPal Recipe calculator and arrived at 630 calories. I made a way slimmed down version with 1 Tbsp PB, almond milk (30 cal) sugar free syrup ( 4cal) and it was still 310 cal without the raspberries. This is a high calorie pudding and not for losing weight

  11. Avatar Alicia says:

    This counts are way off on this, hence all the comments. The carb and fat count on that chia PB cup is incorrect. 1 cup coconut milk (as the recipe calls for) has approx 50 grams of fat not 8 as the article states. The carbs are also off and the picture is misleading the recipe calls for peanut butter powder not just peanut butter as pictured. Also the serving size is confusing, does that mean the recipe makes one jar and half is a serving?

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