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Pumpkin Pie Spice Chia Pudding

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Chia seeds are such powerhouses of nutrition that I try to incorporate them into our diets often in quick and easy treats and puddings like this Pumpkin Pie Spice Chia Pudding.

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Marvin Gaye once said “negotiation means getting the best of your opponent” and you know who lives and breaths that quote? My daughter. And guess who’s her opponent? Yup – that’d be moi!
Recently when I ask her to cut the grass, she managed to negotiate her way into helping me weed the flower beds instead. Only after I had agreed did I remember that I had done the weeding a couple of days ago and there really wasn’t much to weed.

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Then there was that time when my daughter and her friends wanted to go to “Netherworld,” a pretty popular haunted house here in Atlanta. As I’m not big on paying people to scare the crazy out of me (I cherish my crazy), I had never been to it and had no clue what it was all about. Apparently, my daughter and her friends did know. And, they forgot to mention that there were ghouls and ghastlies walking around the parking lot, jumping out on unsuspecting people who chose to wait there! Of course, they managed to negotiate that I be the parent to drive them there and wait on them… and… y’all can imagine how the rest of that evening went…

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She is the same when it comes to food. When I find a chocolate bar I like, I eat a small piece and put the rest in the fridge. But, my daughter will eat her whole bar and then begin to shoot me puppy dog looks while reminding me that she is a growing child who needs her energy – especially, energy in the form of MY refrigerated chocolate bar!

Recently when I told her I was going to make some chocolate chia pudding cups for her and her friends as an after school snack when they got back from some senior high school activities, she put on her best puppy dog look and said, “mom, it’s so hot outside and instead of sipping on tall glasses of International Delight Iced Coffee, how cool would it be if you made our chia pudding cups with the International Delight Iced Pumpkin Pie Spice Coffee you picked up from Walmart?”
And, Win Win!
This was one time I definitely did not feel like the “opponent”!

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Whether on ice or in chia pudding, Fridge-friendly, ready-to-drink, International Delight Iced Coffee can be a deliciously cooling treat in the summer months. And in those warmer months, I so enjoy adding it to baked treats, pancakes, waffles and the like.

International Delight Iced Coffee is available in Pumpkin Pie Spice, Mocha, Mocha Light, and Caramel Macchiato flavors and can be found in the refrigerated tea/juice section at your local Walmart.


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So, have you been the “negotiator” or the “opponent”?

Have you tried Internation Delight Iced Coffee in Pumpin Pie Spice yet?

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Pumpkin Pie Spice Chia Pudding

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Servings: 4 servings
Author: Shashi
This Pumpkin Pie Spice Chia Pudding really isn't much of a recipe - but more of an inspiration. Hope y'all enjoy it


  • 2 cups International Delight Iced Coffee - Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • 1/2 cup chia seeds
  • Handful of walnuts
  • Handful of blueberries
  • Hnadful of raspberries


  • Add chia seeds to International Delight Iced Coffee - Pumpkin Pie Spice Iced coffee and refrigerate for a minimum of at least 1 hour or 8 hours (overnight)
  • Then, layer Pumpkin Pie Spice Chia Pudding with walnuts and berries in glasses/cups/mason jars.
  • Enjoy
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  1. […] Pumpkin Pie Spice Coffee Creamer has been the inspiration behind this crepe cake and these chia pudding parfaits . And, today, International Delight® Pumpkin Pie Spice Coffee Creamer is the inspiration for this […]

  2. Haha you’ve raised your daughter well, Shashi- she sounds like quite a smart cookie who has a way with words ;)! Using flavoured coffee is such a genius way to add a pizzaz to chia puddings- my mind is going crazy with the different flavour possibilities!!

  3. I have to find a great recipe to make my own pumpkin pie spice blend 🙂

  4. Mira says:

    These puddings look so good! Need to get the iced coffee and try them! You are a great mom! Love the story!

  5. “negotiation means getting the best of your opponent” LOVE this, Shashi! But I don’t love that you’re her opponent! You’re the best, coolest mom, like EVER. So I don’t buy it. But, yeah… teenagers. What can I say? And especially… crafty, highly-intelligent teenagers. I can’t help but be impressed that you asked for help, but ended up negotiating something better. Lolol. Netherworld: she DID not… uh, not tell you that there’d be all of those creepsters scaring the cranberries out of people standing around! Just the thought of that makes me jumpy. Lol. Anyway, I’m so pleased to see that it all worked out. Shashi is no longer the opponent. Yay!! And how could you be, with this amazing chia pudding? Loving all of the pumpkin spice flavors and wishing I had like three of these right now. Hope you have a fantastic weekend my friend. xoxo

  6. Ben Maclain says:

    Haha, you daughter sounds like a cunning lady (with good connotation). But listen, you need to take advantage of her as well – let’s say having her at your business meetings. Well, probably you will need to give her all your chocolate bars for doing that, but this is worthy:) I like you’ve already jumped into fall recipes and flavors – I’m still somewhere in summer for a while:)

  7. Carolyn West says:

    Would never think this was so easy to make. Nice idea for an after school snack. #client

  8. What a tasty fall dessert. Quick, easy and looks totally delicious. Makes for easy entertaining.

  9. You nailed this recipe! Seriously, that looks awesome.

  10. Platter Talk says:

    Having a slight addiction to this brand of coffee creamers, and loving chia seeds added to almost anything sweet, I’m on board with this recipe. Thanks.

  11. Marye says:

    This looks so yummy! I love delicious and healthy treats!

  12. International Delight iced coffee is the only kind of coffee I will drink and I love their different flavors. I can only imagine how amazing it is in some chia pudding!

  13. Taylor Kiser says:

    Two things I need to do: #1 Go to WalMart and get me some Pumpkin Spice International Delight Iced Coffee and #2 make these pumpkin pie spice chia puddings! Well actually 3 things – #3 Spoon every bit into my mouth! These look incredible!

  14. Pumpkin pie spiced ice coffee? Now that’s got my attention for sure! And then use that for chia seed pudding? Oh yeah, I can definitely get on board with this one! In fact, if I get my hands on a glass of this, I bet my “negotiation” skills will improve and I’ll have lil Shashi cleaning the house AND mowing the lawn! 🙂 Love the Marvin Gaye quote up there, too. Well done! (Also, I have a mental image of you in the parking lot at Netherworld. And it’s making me laugh.)

  15. Pam Greer says:

    I love a post that starts with a Marvin Gaye quote!

  16. Mir says:

    Oh, my. With two daughters in my house, I’m now terrified of when they get old enough for complex negotiation strategies. Seriously, how will I cope? My son is already starting in on that.
    And that scary Netherworld place? No way. I like holding onto my crazy, too. I would not deal well with that maneuver.
    At least your kid (who I know is really your bestie) gives you great recipe ideas! This is awesome. Hats off to both of you!

  17. Chia pudding always looks and seems so much more appealing when someone else makes it 😛 Haha!