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Honey Blood Orange Chia Pudding

Honey Blood Orange Chia Pudding

The following recipe and photography was provided by Christina Musgrave of Tasting with Tina.

This colorful Honey Blood Orange Chia Pudding is packed with nutrition and flavor.

Honey Blood Orange Chia Pudding

It’s citrus season, and blood oranges (also known as raspberry oranges) have reached peak ripeness. Known for being sweet and a little tart, they shine in this breakfast recipe.

Chia pudding needs to be made ahead, so make sure you whip this up in your favorite glass jar the evening before you want to eat it. You’ll thank yourself in the morning when you remember that this breakfast waiting in the fridge!

Honey Blood Orange Chia Pudding
Honey Blood Orange Chia Pudding
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  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt (full fat or fat-free)
  • 1/2 cup fresh blood orange juice
  • 2 Tbsp. Heinen’s organic raw honey, plus more for serving
  • 1/2 cup chia seeds
  • 1/4 cup Heinen’s maple walnut granola
  • Blood orange slices, for serving


  1. Combine the Greek yogurt, blood orange juice and Heinen’s organic raw honey in a bowl. Add the chia seeds, stir and cover. Let chill overnight, or for a minimum of 8 hours.
  2. Divide the pudding between bowls and top with Heinen’s maple walnut granola and blood orange slices.
  3. Finish with a drizzle of honey and serve.

Honey Blood Orange Chia Pudding

Christina Musgrave
By Christina Musgrave
Christina Musgrave is a recipe developer, food photographer and food writer. She’s always looking forward to her next meal. Her blog, Tasting with Tina, is a celebration of easy yet delicious recipes that help busy families create delicious meals and memories in their homes.

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