Amelia Winslow

Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding

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Chia seeds are a nutritional powerhouse – they’re full of protein, are high in antioxidants and in omega-3 oils, among many other healthful benefits. Chia seeds soak up whatever liquid they’re added to and become soft and pudding-like, similar to tapioca. This creamy, nutty pudding is quick and easy and tastes out of this world!

Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour and 10 minutes
Total time: 1 hour and 15 minutes
Yield: 6 servings

Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding


Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding

3/4 cup chia seeds
3 tablespoons The Bee’s Knees peanut butter
3 tablespoons raw honey
3 1/4 cups almond milk


1. Whisk the peanut butter and honey together in a medium glass bowl. Slowly whisk in almond milk. Once these ingredients are well-combined, stir in chia seeds.

Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding

2. Let this mixture sit for about 15 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes or so. Cover and place in the fridge for an hour, at which point the pudding will be ready to serve.

Note: You can prepare pudding 1-2 days ahead. If it becomes too thick after sitting awhile, simply stir in a little more almond milk.

Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding

Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour, 8 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes

Number of servings: 6

Per Serving 198 calories

Fat 11 g

Carbs 22 g

Protein 6 g


Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding


  • 3/4 cup chia seeds
  • 3 tablespoons The Bee’s Knees peanut butter
  • 3 tablespoons raw honey
  • 3 1/4 cups almond milk


1. Whisk the peanut butter and honey together in a medium glass bowl. Slowly whisk in almond milk. Once these ingredients are well-combined, stir in chia seeds.
Whisk together
2. Let this mixture sit for about 15 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes or so. Cover and place in the fridge for an hour, at which point the pudding will be ready to serve.


In this recipe Amelia combines the yumminess of peanut butter with the health benefits of Chia seeds. How else could you use peanut butter to stay healthy while satisfying your taste buds?

Leave a comment below with your answer to enter for a chance at winning a jar of The Bee’s Knees, the peanut butter used in this recipe.


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Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding, 10.0 out of 10 based on 3 ratings

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58 Responses to Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding

  1. megan says:

    you can use it to mix in your yogurt for a peanut butter and fruit spin or even better for the fall months, oatmeal!

  2. Lisa says:

    This sounds so yummy! I am just finishing up on my first month of the “Real Food Challenge.” This will fit in nicely. I have been looking for other sweets other than just fruit. Thanks for the recipe.

    • Amelia @ Eating Made Easy says:

      I love the idea of a Real Food Challenge – and yes, this definitely fits within that criteria – perfect for a special treat 🙂

  3. Jude says:

    With celery sticks as a healthy dip

  4. Ellen Murphy says:

    I use peanut butter in my daily diet in sweet and savory dishes. It provides healthy fats that keep me full and energized throughout the day, as well as satisfying my sweet tooth in a healthier way (instead of reaching for a sugary dessert). I love peanut butter, and everything it does for my health and taste buds !

  5. Priscilla says:

    I always add Peanut Butter to my morning smoothies!

  6. Patricia Koch says:

    I put either The Bees Knees or Smooth Operator in my Greek non-fat yogurt or on a banana. Those are two of my favorite ways to eat peanut butter. After seeing this recipe, I think I’ll throw some chia seeds into my yogurt-peanut butter mixture.

  7. Vicku Jankowski says:

    Served with celery or apples for a healthy snack

  8. Jennifer Hudson Mosher says:

    Peanut butter on top of a sweet potato! Yum!

  9. Mary McGuire says:

    I like to use peanutbutter in protein shakes, or on sliced apples.

  10. Adrienne B. says:

    homemade granola bars, using peanut butter, honey, shredded coconut and cranberries. Easy to make and really good!

  11. Gabrielle KC says:

    love peanut butter with apples and celery, but also as a treat on top of my little square of dark chocolate for the day!

  12. Connor S says:

    Mixing peanut butter with crushed flax seed really creates a round depth of flavor. The omega-3’s in the flax seed are a great healthy kick too. I like to thin peanut butter out with a little water and chili sauce to make a peanut dressing to put on salads, veggies, etc. Yummy!!!

  13. Jessica K. says:

    I mix peanut butter in my protein shakes!

  14. tara pittman says:

    I add it to pasta

  15. Linda F says:

    as a snack, just by itself

  16. Lori says:

    Mix peanut butter into oatmeal.

  17. Raymond says:

    Add it to smoothies for extra protein and deliciousness!

  18. Jessica says:

    Nice idea. I saw a chia seed yogurt at our natural food store and it was intensely expensive.
    I dig PB and fruit, simple and easy.

  19. Robin says:

    I’d combine peanut butter with a light stir-fry sauce to get in my daily servings of veggies!

  20. meredith says:

    I used peanut butter in my morning smoothie for some yummy protein!

  21. Joann W says:

    Add some peanut butter to your veggie stir-fry, the peanut butter gives this simple healthy dish so much flavor!

  22. Jessica Leoh says:

    It can never go wrong with banana pancakes. I spread Smooth Operator on top of the pancakes and topped with goji berries and chia seeds.

  23. vickie says:

    I use PB in so many way like my smoothies, my chili, my chicken satay dipping sauce, with apples and cheese plate, and not so healthy on top of pancakes/waffles in place of butter…so so good!

  24. Scott says:

    I would add it to my vanilla whey protein

  25. Geraldine says:

    I love putting peanut butter in a smoothie with vanilla yogurt, dash of cinnamon, and frozen banana. Sometimes I add cocoa or chocolate sauce if I want extra decadence.

  26. Kristen says:

    I like to put peanut butter in my smoothies after a long run or whip up a tasty salad dressing with it!

  27. Terri Cole says:

    I make peanut butter and banana oatmeal, super yummy and healthy. Also, stir-fried tofu and veggies are crazy good with peanut sauce, served over brown rice.

  28. Alexi says:

    Peanut butter and celery

  29. Paul says:

    No bake cookies with peanut butter, honey, and rice crispies! Delicious and nutritious.

  30. Ryan C says:

    I add Dark Chocolate Dreams PB into my morning oatmeal, protein smoothies after workouts, in my home- made protein bars, and with bananas and a tortilla for a power snack. But best of all, right out of the jar with a spoon!

  31. Tara Koop says:

    Melted peanut butter (chocolate dreams is my fav) as an apple and pretzel dip!!

  32. Natalie says:

    I would put pb in oatmeal for added protein!

  33. Georgiana says:

    Love it on sliced apples with caramel too!

  34. Pat says:

    I would probably eat the peanut butter on a delicious PB and J sandwich!

  35. Renata says:

    Makes a great celery stick dip too to stay healthy!

  36. Desiree says:

    Peanut butter with bananas or apples is my favorite post workout snack 🙂

  37. Karen says:

    Where is the link for the free PB.?

  38. Katie says:

    Peanut butter and apples is my favorite snack/addition to a meal

  39. Karen D says:

    Peanut butter on toast for an extra protein boost at breakfast!

  40. nik says:

    Peanut butter and blueberries in my oatmeal. 🙂

  41. Trisha_K says:

    I love apples and peanut butter – perfect for a fall snack.

  42. marcia pacak says:

    OMG this sound amazing!! Always looking for chia recipes !! and to top it off PB in it …A dream made in the kitchen 🙂

  43. Amy P says:

    Spread peanut butter on dark chocolate to get the benefits of the flavonoids in dark chocolate.

  44. Francisco says:

    I freeze half-tablespoons of sweeter peanut butters like The Bee’s Knees and Dark Chocolate Dreams and eat them straight from the freezer when I need a sweet kick.

  45. Naomi Hart says:

    I add peanut butter to smoothies for added protein. And its yummy!

  46. Katherine Robertson says:

    I love to mix peanut butter into my oatmeal in the mornings. Keeps me going for hours!!

  47. Azar Attura says:

    I would add it to pancakes– yumm! BUCKWHEAT pancakes with old fashioned chunky PB, then topped with honey — OR Maple Syrple! Yes!!!

  48. Kelli says:

    I love to use crunchy peanut butter with banana in a sandwich or on toasted english muffin. YUMMY!

  49. Cindy says:

    sounds great! I may try agave syrup instead of honey. Peanut butter is good with almost anything. Great for a quick snack with fruit or celery & carrots.

  50. Maureen L. says:

    Peanut butter?? I hardly knew her!!!

  51. Teri N says:

    I use peanut butter in my post work out smoothies – 1 C unsweetened almond milk, a scoop of non-GMO protein powder, a frozen banana and a tablespoon or two of peanut butter. YUM!

  52. Abby says:

    I love eating peanut butter with apples or bananas, or spread on top of whole grain crackers.

  53. Sand says:

    I mix my peanut butter with Greek yogurt and berries for breakfast!

  54. Whitney Lindeman says:

    Love eating peanut butter with gluten-free pretzels as a special treat!

  55. Tyler Martin says:

    I love treating peanut butter like dessert, my go to is slicing a banana in half length wise (not quite all the way through) and spreading a little smooth operator or bee’s knees peanut butter in the opening. A little drizzle of honey and dash of cinnamon takes this treat over the top!

  56. V says:

    Natural peanut butter and hot sauce make a quick, vaguely Thai-style peanut sauce for pasta. Warm them in a microwave-safe bowl with a bit of soy sauce to thin them out. You can also put frozen greens in the bowl – the liquid the greens give off will further thin the sauce. When the pasta is ready, drain it and put the appropriate amount into the sauce. Stir quickly to coat the pasta. When you get the hang of it, it’s a 15 minute yummy dinner from the freezer and cupboard. Vary it by adding tofu, leftover cooked meat or veg, use a different kind of pasta, etc.

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Peanut Butter & Honey Chia Pudding