Mix everything together in an airtight container and let it sit in the fridge for at least 2 hours, preferably overnight!
Top with your favorite crunchies and enjoy!
Full fat coconut milk is the best if you want an extra creamy texture and better flavor. Note it contains more fat, so it can feel a little heavy if you eat it all in one sitting. I like adding a little water or having it as a full meal, knowing it’s extra hearty and delicious. You can sub almond milk instead, but it won’t taste as flavorful or be as pudding-like.
I like adding cacao powder or chocolate protein powder to the mixture sometimes to get extra nutrients, especially since I love consuming this post-run when my body wants something refreshing and healthy on hot summer days.
Note this isn’t very sweet, but if you like extra sugary concoctions, try adding a little vanilla or maple syrup to the pudding.
Make it fun! This recipe is so versatile, since you can switch up both the base mixture and toppings every time.