Easy Blueberry Superfood Pudding Recipe

Sea Buckthorn superfood pudding

Sea Buckthorn berries

My last pudding recipe was a chocolate chia pudding. Just like the chocolate pudding this recipe calls for very little ingredients. However it houses a big punch when it comes to nutrients. My super food pudding was made with antioxidant rich blueberries. Mineral and protein dense chia seeds. Creamy cashew milk which boast almost 50% of your daily vitamin E intake. And just a bit of B vitamin rich maple syrup or metabolism booster Yacon syrup just to sweeten the deal! Finally the shinning star in this superfood pudding is actually not the blueberries but another berry called sea buckthorn berries.

Sea Buckthorn Berries

I’ve actually never heard of sea buckthorn berries until last week. I went to my local organic grocery store and found these berries in the frozen fruit section. I became intrigued and began reading the label. The package boasted amazing vitamins and minerals and antioxidant properties and it was harvested locally. The package also stated how sea buckthorn berries have high levels of omega-7. I have never heard of Omega-7…

Sea Buckthorn berries chia blueberries


Omega-7 is a rare type of fatty acid. This is found heavily inside sea buckthorn oil. This fatty acid is great for hair, nails and skin, helping to fight the aging process. Other major benefits include cardiovascular support. Omega-7 helps reduce cholesterol. All in all this is just a few of the benefits of having omega-7 which is found in very limited foods on our earth.

Sea Buckthorn superfood pudding

The Superfood Pudding

Now depending on the ripeness of the blueberry your pudding will either be sweet or tart, and sea buckthorn berries are actually very tart in taste so if your good with tart then you don’t need to sweeten the pudding very much because you’ve just won the mother load with tat taste. The blueberry and sea buckthorn are a pretty intense taste together but with so many amazing vitamin and minerals the pros definitely out way the cons!

Sea Buckthorn berries

It is very easy to assemble and you can eat it in less then 15 minutes after making it. Start by blending blueberries and non dairy milk in a blender. You can use frozen or fresh blueberries, Add about 5 tablespoons of chia seeds to a bowl and pour in mixture to your chia seeds, stir in and add I desired amount of maple syrup, set aside for a few minutes minutes. Add in desired amount of fresh or frozen sea Buckthorn berries. And finally serve and enjoy the benefits of this superfood pudding.

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Blueberry Superfood Pudding

  • Prep Time: 3m
  • Cook Time: 2m
  • Serves: 2
  • Yield: 2 servings


  • 1/2 cup Fresh or frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 Non-dairy milk
  • 4 tablespoons Chia seeds
  • 1 teaspoon Maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup Fresh or frozen sea buckthorn berries


  1. Add blueberries and non-dairy milk into a blender
  2. Blend until smooth
  3. Add liquid into a bowl and add in chia seeds stir.
  4. Stir in maple syrup.
  5. Let sit for few minutes then add sea buckthorn berries and enjoy the nutrient packed pudding!

13 thoughts on “Easy Blueberry Superfood Pudding Recipe

  1. Gosh, this reminds me we haven’t gone sea buckthorn foraging for a couple of years or more. They are amazing berries, but incredibly hard to pick due to the horrendous number of thorns that surround them.

    Love the sound of your pudding and the colour.

  2. I have never heard of buckhorn berries before-they look so pretty! I wonder what they taste like. I’ll have to keep an eye out for them!

  3. On that looks super interesting. There are some ingredients in here I’ve never heard of! Thank you for sharing!

  4. I am not much of a kitchen person but I do have a sweet tooth.. since I live away from home, the only option for me to enjoy deserts is to try making them myself. The pudding does not even seem toothsome but it also looks like very easy to prepare. Thank you for the sweet post 🙂

  5. Yummy! I’ve used sea buckthorn oil before but I don’t think I’ve ever had the fruits, sounds delicious! and of course with blueberry season right now, this is a winner recipe!

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