I will forever be grateful for my friend, Abby’s, suggestion to create a recipe for a key lime pie flavoured chia pudding.


When she first made the suggestion, I was like, “YAWN. BORING. Who hasn’t heard of key lime pie!?”

Of course, I didn’t say this to my dear friend, but those were my immediate thoughts…

Like I said, I’m on this chia pudding creating kick because the internet (and, therefore, your lives) are in serious lack of fun, ADVENTUROUS chia pudding recipes and I am on a mission to provide them to you. And, honestly, a key lime pie flavour just sounded kind of boring…

Not vanilla boring, but a been-there-done-that kind of boring.

But then I couldn’t get her idea out of my head, so I knew I had to create it for her. And I didn’t want to be one of those friends who asked for an opinion/suggestion and then ignored the response given to me.

Ever have those friends?

Yeah, me too. And I don’t plan on being one of them!

So, thank you, Abby, for your suggestion to make a key lime pie flavour chia pudding. I am sure I will say this about many more of the recipes I create, but this is hands down one of the best recipes I’ve ever created and I really hope you make it! It’s that good!

Key Lime Pie Chia Pudding
Serves: 1
A bright and fresh chia pudding bursting with lime flavour and healthy fats!
  • 1/2 cup full fat coconut milk, from the can (I use Aroy-D)
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 3 tbsp chia seeds
  • Liquid stevia (I use NuNaturals), optional
  • 1/2 large soft avocado
  • 1/2 large lime, juiced
  • Simple Mills sea salt almond flour crackers, for topping
  1. At least 30 minutes before serving (however, overnight is preferred), combine the coconut milk, water, and chia seeds together in a glass jar with a lid. Sweeten with stevia if you would like it a little bit sweet! I personally added 4 drops of NuNaturals vanilla stevia.
  2. Shake mixture together, then allow to sit for a minute. Shake again and continue to repeat this process a few more times before placing in the fridge to allow the chia seeds to absorb the liquid. I personally leave mine to sit overnight, however, 30 – 60 minutes is fine, too.
  3. Right before you’re ready to serve, prepare the key lime pie topping by pureeing the avocado and lime together with an immersion blender in a small bowl. Sweeten with stevia to taste and blend together again until smooth.
  4. To prepare your chia pudding bowl, pour the chia pudding in your serving bowl, then top with the key lime topping. Finally, crush a few Simple Mills sea salt almond flour crackers on top.
  5. Enjoy!

These are the crackers I used.