The Ultimate Pudding/Cereal for Diabetics!

In this brief video I will show you just one example of how you can make an incredible breakfast pudding/cereal that should hardly raise blood sugar. It is mostly nuts and seeds, especially chia seeds, and even has a few blueberries. It tastes awesome, the the blood sugar numbers I get in my post-meal test are wonderful. My blood sugar hardly budges with this amazing, tasty, filling breakfast. Here is a great tool/food that will help you beat diabetes!

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  • Skinny Dee says:

    I usually make a similar breakfast with whole milk, chia, flax, walnuts, raisins, blueberries, ground cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and ginger; taste delicious!
    Sometimes I make a veggie omelette which is very colourful and delicious; I use broccoli, tomatoes, red and green bell peppers, carrots, mushrooms, spinach, kale, onions, chia and flax seeds.
    Other times I’ve bacon and eggs with chia, flax seeds, and veggies, or a smoothie, with lots of veggies and some fruits; I use more veggies than fruits, and all my breakfast are always very delicious!
    I love creativity and presentation, so my foods are very colourful, and attractive, and I don’t get tired with any of them!
    FIBRE IS BOSS, especially for diabetics!

    • Joyfully Living Life says:

      Doonwati Singh great idea to add the spices!

    • Jacques Gauthier says:

      Ceylon cinnamon is supposed to help improve insulin resistance.

    • Sarah Strong says:

      I make a crustless quiche with vegetables in. You can use whatever veg you like but cut the tougher ones into very fine slices or precook before adding to the eggs. Mushrooms, spinach & tomatoes are nice. You might like some red onion. I add a little cheese for flavour & sprinkle fresh chives & parsley on top. You can cut this into chunks & use it for packed lunches. It is great instead of a sandwich.

  • Inthefuture says:

    Chia seed pudding is good I’ll have to try some cream with it! Also, I prefer warm cereal in the winter and have done some experimenting with trying this warm. The best way I have found is to warm the liquid and then add the chia seed after you are done warming. It is very good that way. My goal is to start replacing my morning bowl of oats.

  • White Cat says:

    After watching your video on chia pudding, I went ahead and made it with the ingredients I had. After 1-1/2 hours, I re-tested and was absolutely floored! My blood sugar was only 1 point higher!!! Thank you sooooo much! This will be a part of my diet for now on. Again, thank you for sharing this.

    Cream, water, chia seeds, sliced almonds, pecans, sunflower seeds, sweetener.

  • Gaelle McGraw says:

    This is the best thing I have seen as a pudding.  It looks incredibly healthy.  Will certainly try this for breakfast.  You are great at testing your blood sugar levels and sharing the results.  This is tremendously credible.  Thank you for doing all this work for us.

  • marysimon says:

    I made this today, and it was wonderful! It’s like a cross between pudding and cooked cereal. It’s better if you let it soak in the fridge for the full hour. I only added almonds, walnuts and French vanilla liquid stevia. I think it would be great with some berries mixed in. Thanks! Please do more recipes!

  • CJ says:

    I just got my first blood work back since starting my low carb lifestyle. My A1C went from 7.9 to 6.2. I still have a way to go but this is a start. I am so thankful for your channel. Couldn’t have done it without your help.

  • SRC says:

    It reminds me of tapioca pudding, which I love. Could probably add vanilla to taste more like pudding, and let it sit overnight.

    • Lynn Schmidt says:

      I’m doing overnight. In the startof my keto journey I made a lot of over night chia pudding but never as pumped up as this recipe.

  • dewyeyes2 says:

    Hi Dennis, I love your “beat diabetes” videos. Here’s an idea I got from a friend which you may like also and can do one for your next video. Just beat two eggs and warm up your waffle iron. Sprinkle a small amount of thin type shredded cheese (not cheddar – too strong) on the hot iron then pour in your eggs. Then sprinkle another small amount of cheese on top and close the lid for about 5 minutes. The cheese makes the “waffles” come out a little crispy just like a flour waffle. My friend adds a little milk to her waffles. I add a couple tbsps of Birch Benders Caveman Pancake mix to mine. You can add whatever toppings you wish like berries. We’ve been putting whipped peanut butter with sugar free jelly on top and sugar free syrup. Delicious! Try it.

  • Siwy Wabbit says:

    FYI – I recognize the packaging of the bag of Stevia you used and if you will check the label, you will see it has “maltodextrin” in it, which is a fancy word for “sugar“. Erythritol is a derivative of Stevia and will absolutely not affect your blood sugar level. Also, probably not a big deal, but there is some milk in heavy cream and milk contains lactose, which is also “sugar“.

    • Titanium is Magical says:

      I noticed the same thing, and made a post about it. The Great Value stevia packets has erythritol instead of the maltodextrin. Don’t know why the granulated type uses maltodextrin, but I stay away from it and use the packets.

  • E H says:

    Incredible. Just incredible. I just made this cereal this morning for the first time. I halved your recipe because it seemed a little too much for me. Firstly, it was delicious. Secondly, and this is the incredible part that I don’t think has ever happened to me before – my blood sugar went DOWN after I ate this. Before I ate it was 105 and one hour after it was 102! I didn’t trust that so 15 minutes later I tested again and it was 97. Next time I make it I might test at 30 minutes after to see if it goes up at all.

  • SaintTrinianz says:

    1/2 C heavy whipping cream
    1 C water
    1/3 Cup Chia seeds
    Handful of sunflower seeds
    Handful of walnuts
    Handful of almonds
    Handful of blueberries
    Stevia to taste

    Combine and allow to sit for 1 hour. Enjoy!

  • P B says:

    I don’t have diabetes, but in my 60s, weigh too much and have had a hard time taking weight off. Figured that is also insulin-related, and your videos have been a huge help. Feeling better and slowly but steadily shedding the burdensome extra.

  • Pretty Flowers says:

    I will make this delicious chia seed pudding for breakfast tomorrow. I will add almonds, walnuts and blueberries and use almond milk. I will check my blood sugar an hour after. Thank you Dennis for sharing this recipe!

    • Pretty Flowers says:

      Happy Saturday Dennis! I ate half of my Chia Seed pudding. It is absolutely delicious 😋. I checked my blood sugar after one hour and it went down! I will be making this often. Also, Trader Joe’s has a tortilla called Carb Savvy Tortillas. It pretty much keeps my blood sugar stable. I thought I would share that.

  • Renette Corley says:

    I made this recipe but I used my blender to create a smoother texture and added sunflower seeds, cinnamon and blueberries on top and let it sit overnight. The results were fantastic! Thank you for sharing this recipe. 😊

  • Leticia Blumfelder says:

    Thank you bother for all you do. I am diabetic and follow all your advice! I just made this pudding and it is sitting in the fridge! Added cinnamon to make it taste like cinnamon oatmeal. Thank you and Blessings to you and your beautiful wife!!! Keep up the amazing work!!

  • William O'Brien says:

    Oh my goodness – this “cereal” is awesome! It got really awesome when I added the blueberries. I am fairly new to eating low carb and intermittent fasting and I am getting to the point of getting bored with the few recipes that I have so this came just in time for me. It really adds pleasant flavor and texture to my day. Like you, I love cereal and have eaten cereal for dinner quite often – now I have an alternative that I love and look forward to. I look forward to eating heated up during the winter. Also 8 need a few things that act as “comfort food” for me and this is exactly that.

    Thank you so much for sharing this and bless you.

  • Howard Jr says:

    So glad I came across this one. I plan to implement it into my regular meals. I view and save many of your test videos which reveals things to avoid or to adjust. I also check my mg/dl to see how foods affect me. Keeping within 85 to 140 is also my goal. Reversed my diabetes in 3 months doing this from 8.9 down to 5.8 a1c.

  • Bghtx says:

    Love your videos and personality. I love chia pudding, reminds me of the tiny tapioca pearls that are often used in brazillian desserts. I’ll try making chia sagu (original recipe consists of tapioca pearls boiled in sweet wine and served with vanilla custard)

  • fRo0tLo0p says:

    Brother Dennis, I can’t tell you how much this video changed my life today. I happen to stumble across this video and decided to try to make it. I tweaked the recipe a little. I used almond milk and heavy whipping cream. I used walnuts, peanuts, sunflower seeds, sliced almonds, and coconut along with the chia seeds. I added a few blueberries, some Splenda, and a good tablespoon of cinnamon.

    It was fantastic! One thing I hated about being diabetic is having to give up oatmeal. I love a good bowl of oatmeal. It’s so filling and so satisfying but it spikes my blood sugar like crazy. This is the perfect substitute and it tastes phenomenal! Thank you for this video !

    God bless you and benedicta!

  • QuietStorm says:

    I have made chia seed pudding similar to this for quite some time. I do it a little differently. I mix the “milk” (I usually use unsweetened macadamia nut milk), and the chia seeds and let it sit in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning/noon I add the nuts and seeds and I usually include a bit of unsweetened coconut flakes. Making it this way, the nuts and seeds don’t become so mushy but the chia “pudding” has more than enough time to become thick. A dusting of either cocoa powder or cinnamon can add a nice addition to the flavor. I also like to keep a bag dehydrated blueberries in the cupboard so I always have some handy even when I am out of fresh blueberries.

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