Supercharged Vanilla Chia Pudding Smoothie Parfait 

When you can’t decide between chia pudding or a green smoothie… have them both! This Supercharged Vanilla Chia Pudding Smoothie Parfait is so delicious and has so many great healing properties to it while being a healthy, low-carb meal. A dash of cinnamon and vanilla help to bring in the warm tones of the Autumn season.

This recipe features Love Good Fats that helps support a low carb diet. You’ll love that their shake powder only has 2g of sugar per serving; it’s also gluten-free, soy-free, keto-friendly and nonGMO Project Verified. 

Chia pudding is great because you can whip it up the night before and have it ready to go the next day. PLUS Chia seeds are a great source of protein, fiber, and amino-acids - it is one of the best superfoods. Combine it with a nutrition-dense green smoothie and you’ve got a great low carb breakfast or snack!


Supercharged Vanilla Chia Pudding Smoothie Parfait 
Supercharged Vanilla Chia Pudding Smoothie Parfait 

Supercharged Vanilla Chia Pudding Smoothie Parfait 

What You'll Need:

Chia Pudding:

1 scoop Vanilla Milk Shake Powder

6 tbsp chia seeds

2 cups coconut milk, unsweetened

1 tbsp hemp seeds

2-3 drops stevia (optional)

Smoothie Base:

2 cups spinach

1 scoop Vanilla Milk Shake Powder

1/2 small avocado 

1 1/2 cups coconut milk

1/4 tsp cinnamon 

1 tsp spirula 

1-2 drops stevia (optional)

6-8 ice cubes

Topping:

Unsewtweened coconut chips

Hemp seeds

1 slice of a mission fig

What You'll Need Know

  1. In a mixing bowl add in chia seeds, hemp seeds, 1 scoop Vanilla Milk Shake Powder, stevia (optional), and coconut milk. Whisk together for 60 seconds. Let it sit for a least 30 min, or overnight. 

  2. While the chia pudding is setting, in a high-speed blender, add in the smoothie base ingredients and blend for 45-60 seconds, until smooth.

  3. To make the parfait, add in smoothie as the bottom layer followed by a layer of chis pudding, and a layer of smoothie.

  4. Top with coconut flakes, hemp seeds, and a slice of a mission fig (optional)

  5. Recipe makes 2 servings.