Vegan pudding ideas

Quick and healthy dessert in a jar for every taste.

Pudding jar is our go to dessert and sometimes even breakfast. It is easy to prepare and really healthy and delicious. It’s a great on the go breakfast, for when you’re in a rush or just don’t have time to make breakfast in the morning. You can simply make it the night before. We just love these jars that you can enjoy in so many ways. We love coming up with new flavour combinations. We will share 6 of our favourites. And you can find recipes at the bottom of the page.

Chia pudding

Chia seeds contain a lot of omega-3s, fiber and protein, that is really great for your body. It gives you a lot of energy.

Our base is always the same and contains 3 ingredients. We use chia seeds, plant milk (rice, almond, coconut), some sweetener (agave or maple syrup, coconut sugar) and sometimes we add superfood powders (like beetroot, pitaya, matcha…) to make it more colourful and to add some extra vitamins. You can also add some spices (like cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, nutmeg).

Tapioca pudding

Tapioca pearls are also great for making pudding. They have a really nice creamy consistency and make delicious desserts. Tapioca is a good option for those that have allergies since it does not contain any of them. It contain calcium, iron and is easy to digest.

8 ideas for delicious vegan pudding jars

1. Tropical chia puding

The combination of coconut milk, desiccated coconut and mango creates the perfect combination of flavours that will take you to tropical places.

All you need to prepare it is:

  • 1 ripe mango,
  • 30 g chia seeds,
  • 300 g coconut milk (canned),
  • 30 g of desiccated coconut,
  • 30 g of rice syrup and
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.

Prepare chia pudding by mixing chia seeds with coconut milk, rice syrup, vanilla extract and coconut flour and letting it rest for about 1 hour. Then blend mango into a smooth cream and put layers of mango cream and chia pudding in the jars.

2. Chia pudding with raspberries and beets

A healthy pink jar full of vitamins! This jar is made out of  4 delicious layers that complement each other perfectly:

  • cooked raspberries,
  • chocolate granola,
  • chia pudding with beetroot powder and
  • almond yoghurt.

For one glass, you need 40 g of raspberries, which you have to cook and pour on the bottom of the glass. Add a layer of granola and chia pudding on top of it, you can find the recipe for chia pudding at the bottom of the page, you just have to add a teaspoon of beetroot powder for a wonderful pink colour and an extra dose of vitamins. Finish with a few tablespoons of yogurt and top with granola for decoration.

3. Peanut butter jar

Our love for peanut butter is real, so we had to make these jars loaded with peanut butter.

Layers from bottom to top are:

  • Chia pudding (use recipe down below and just add some cacao powder)
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter
  • Some peanuts for crunchines
  • Tapioca pudding (Use recipe down below)
  • Tapioca pudding mixed with 1 tsp peanut butter
  • Topped with some more peanut butter, peanuts and chocolate chips

4. Oreo pudding

This jar is for all oreo lovers.
We just love chocolate and cookies, so we had to make this insanely delicious oreo jar.

Layers from bottom to top are:

  • Chia pudding (use recipe down below and just add some cacao powder)
  • Crushed oreos (use as many as you wish)
  • Tapioca pudding (use recipe down below)
  • Coconut yoghurt
  • Top with more oreo crumbles and one whole oreo, because why not

5. Berry jar

This jar is a great way to start your day. For some extra vitamins and this pretty pink color we added beetroot and pitaya powder. We topped chia pudding with homemade granola for crispiness, than we added soy yoghurt, some granola and berries (blueberries and raspberries).  You can enjoy it at home or take it to work and make everybody jealous.

6. Colourful matcha chia jar

So pretty and so easy to prepare. We colored chia pudding with some beetroot powder, on top we added coconut yoghurt mixed with matcha for some extra vitamins, some cornflakes for crispiness and pomegranate. Don’t worry if you don’t have these superfood powders because it’s delicious on it’s own.

7. Chia pudding with persimmon

Vitamin bomb, that taste amazing and make a really delicious and healthy dessert or breakfast. Since it’s not a persimmon season anymore, we just switch it up and use applesauce instead or some other mashed fruits (strawberries, pineapple, frozen fruits).

8. Chia pudding with oats and blueberries

This jar is for all coconut lovers! Delicious jar with chia pudding, coconut yoghurt, oats (soaked in plant milk to soften) and blueberries. Simple, delicious and nutritious!


Chia pudding

Chia pudding

Servings 1 person


  • 20 g chia seeds
  • 110 ml rice milk (or other plant milk)
  • 1 tsp agave or maple syrup (or other sweetener like coconut sugar)


  • Wisk together chia seeds, rice milk and agave syrup.
  • Put in the fridge and leave overnight or at least for a few hours so it can thicken up.
  • Add your favorite toppings and enjoy.

Tapioca pudding

Tapioca pudding

Servings 1 person


  • 30 g tapioca pearls
  • 200 ml rice milk
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp agave or maple syrup


  • Cover tapioca pearls with rice milk and let them soak for an hour.
  • Put soaked tapioca pearls with milk in a pot and bring to a boil. Cook for about 15 to 20 minutes. 
  • Add agave nectar and vanilla extract, mix and put it in a jar.
  • Add toppings or enjoy it on its own.

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