Sugar-free Chocolate Chia Pudding

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Recipe by Naomi Sherman


Net Carbs







Every now and then I get a challenge tossed at me
My friend wants to be able to offer her husband some tasty, sugar-free options to replace his current treats
He loves to snack on anything chocolate so that’s where I started, and we all know that sugar-free is no problem for me
Except – she has a severe nut and coconut allergy, so 99% of the low carb and keto treats that I would usually recommend are out
And she’s a busy working mum, so nothing time-consuming and complicated 
I’ve got your back, girl. This pudding is a sure-fire winner
It’s rich and chocolatey and can be adapted to so many flavour combinations that he’ll never get sick of it – this one has sugar free choc-mint chocolate on top and a drop of spearmint flavour mixed in
You can use whichever sweetener you prefer, I used golden erythritol blend because I love the flavour but you could use stevia, sugar-free maple syrup, monkfruit, whatever you have on hand or prefer
Mocha? Replace some or all of the milk with espresso
Jaffa? Add some orange oil or zest
Vegan? Swap the dairy for coconut milk and yoghurt
The options are endless
Best of all, it takes five minutes to throw together and you have days worth of healthy treats ready to grab and go
Challenge accepted


  • 1 cup of Greek yoghurt

  • 1.5 cups of milk of choice

  • 8 tablespoons of chia seeds

  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

  • 4 tablespoons of sweetener of choice

  • 4 tablespoons of cacao powder


  • Place all of the ingredients into a mixing bowl and whisk to combine.
  • Let sit for 10 minutes to thicken up, stir again to evenly distribute the chia seeds and then add your choice of flavours.
  • Spoon into four lidded jars and store in the fridge for up to one week.

Nutrition Facts

4 servings per container

  • Amount Per ServingCalories299
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 9.1g 14%
    • Total Carbohydrate 24g 8%
      • Protein 12.1g 25%

        * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.