Banana Blackberry Banana Chia Pudding [Recipe]


We all want to eat healthy without having to sacrifice taste or fun snacks.

But just because you are eating a healthy diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out. In fact, I think the healthy snacks can be the best of all! And not just because of what they can do for us, but because of how great it tastes. Just check out this delicious blue pudding recipe that is so healthy, you won’t believe some of the benefits you can get from it.


  • 1/2 banana, sliced
  • 1/2 cup chia seeds
  • 2 tsp hemp hearts
  • 2 tsp shredded coconut
  • Handful of Blackberries
  • 1/2 lemon, squeezed
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • Blue Spirulina (or Majik)
  • 2 scoops of Morellifit Vanilla Protein


Add all of your ingredients into a bowl. Put your bowl of ingredients into the refrigerator and let it sit for 6 hours. Then take from the fridge, add 2 your protein and mix. Enjoy!


This healthy snack not only helps you get your protein in, but it has so many other benefits. This all natural pudding is delicious and makes for a great snack, especially once you add in your vanilla protein. By adding in your protein you can increase your energy, obtain a faster recovery, and support the development of lean muscle.

Plus, the addition of protein helps to keep you satiated and full.

Whether you want to gain lean muscle or lose weight, protein is essential to your diet so make sure you are consuming a grass-fed, high-quality whey. After all, why would you make a pudding full of healthy ingredients only to sabotage it with a subpar product?

Does grass-fed really matter? Click here to see just how much it could be impacting your health.


While there are health benefits to all of these ingredients, there are a few that particularly stand out and being super healthy. These ingredients are the blackberries, the blue spirulina, and the chia seeds. These three ingredients really help to make this the perfect snack.

Blackberries on their own are amazing at what they can do for you. They can actually help prevent cancer due to their high levels of polyphenols, particularly anthocyanin. They actually have the ability to prevent cell mutation, as we often see in cancer [1, 2].

These little berries can also help with inflammation, reduce stomach ulcers, boost brain function, improve memory, fight infections, and support skin health [3, 4, 5, 6, 7].

The blue spirulina that I added to the top of the pudding, the ingredient that gives my snack this really nice blue-green color, is another great superfood that we often don’t find in the foods we eat. Like the blackberries, it too has numerous benefits that just can’t be ignored.

Spirulina has the ability to protect against cancer, fight inflammation, improve cholesterol, and reduce blood pressure. Plus, it has great detoxing properties, which can remove heavy metals from your body [8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13].

And if you are trying to get the most out of your gym time, studies show that spirulina can increase endurance and decrease muscle fatigue. This will help you push harder in the gym and get the most out of your workouts, getting you to your goals fast [14, 15].

Chia Seeds can be another great source of protein, as well as antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber. This can help you lose weight and improve your cholesterol [16, 17, 18].

Whether you are eating this for the health benefits, or because of how fantastic it tastes, this is one snack you don’t want to pass up!

And, if you noticed, even though this pudding contains a whey supplement, I had no problem letting my kids have a taste of it and that is because of how clean my supplements are. This means you don’t have to think twice about letting your kids taste this healthy snack. Click here to read more about why I don’t fear my kids sharing this great snack with me.