Harvest Peach & Walnut Chia Pudding {Healthy Vegan Fall Recipe} 🍑🍂

{Overnight} Harvest Peach & Walnut Chia Pudding ~ Healthy, Vegan Fall Recipe

Hi there, everybody! 

I hope you’re all having a wonderful Wednesday! I’m having a pretty good day! Got lots of housework and chores done, and we are taking my car into the shop this afternoon as soon as my boyfriend gets off work in about an hour. So until then, I’m gonna quickly drop off my first fall recipe of the season! (And then I’m gonna go put away all the clean laundry I just washed👍🏼)



This recipe is a bit old, as I made it a couple of weeks ago, before my birthday. Sorry about the delay, but better late than never, right? Fresh, juicy, organic peaches were on sale, and as I placed a couple in my cart, I knew I wanted to do something more than what I’d usually do with peaches… chop them up and toss them into hot homemade porridge. Although I did end up doing that as well, I still managed to scrounge up a couple of other new, more exciting recipes.

The first one is, as the title says, Harvest Peach and Walnut Chia Pudding. This is a very healthy recipe, with the superfood chia seeds providing plant-based protein, organic unsweetened vanilla almond milk adding a dairy-free splash of creamy sweet flavor, walnuts for healthy fats and a yummy crunch, and of course the delectable sweet organic peaches. This recipe is completely vegan and easy as heck to make. One of the best parts is that it can easily be an overnight concoction, made in bigger batches to be eaten over 3, 4, even 5 days, for more easy and hassle-free mornings. We all want our mornings to go smoother, especially as it gets colder, darker and we start slowing down. This is an awesome make-ahead, guilt-free recipe.

The recipe is simple, so just follow along ❤️




Yield: 1 basic jar (just increase ingredients to fit your container if you wish to make more)


  • (4) tablespoons chia seeds

  • (1) organic fresh peach, large 

  • (1) oz walnuts (can add more or less) 

  • (2) cups organic unsweetened vanilla almond milk (can sub) 

  • (1) tbsp brown sugar (or to taste)

  • (1) tsp cinnamon (or to taste) 

  • [Optional] (1) oz organic canned peaches in their own juice 


  1. Combine chia seeds, milk, cinnamon, brown sugar, and canned peaches (optional) in a blender. Blend for about 15 seconds. Alternatively, if you aren’t using canned peaches, you can pour your desired amount of milk into your desired jar , add in the chia seeds, cinnamon, and brown sugar,  then mix with a spoon until well mixed. 

  2. (If blended, pour milk, peach, and chia seed mixture into a jar.) Dice the fresh peach. Add 2/3 of the diced fresh peaches, and most of the walnuts, to the chia seed mixture in the jar, stir well with a spoon. 

  3. Close jar with lid and leave in fridge overnight or for at least 4 hours. Top with the last few diced peaches and walnuts, and a sprinkling of chia seeds if desired, serve and enjoy! 🍑 


So what do you guys think of this recipe? Would you try it? Do you like peaches? Well I sure hope so, because I’ve got 2 more harvest peach recipes to share with you soon, so be sure to stick around and check that out. Drop me your comments down below, I’d love to hear all your thoughts! Have an awesome day!



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7 thoughts on “Harvest Peach & Walnut Chia Pudding {Healthy Vegan Fall Recipe} 🍑🍂

  1. sophiaaaxo says:

    Omg this looks so delicious, I love everything in this pudding! I have just really started to like Chia and I really like sorted. Thank you so much for sharing this I deffo need to make it! I love the little pumpkins that you have used aswell this is so autumnal! I miss having pumpkins around my house!

    Sophia xo // https://sophiaaaxo.com

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