Chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST) is a new contrast mechanism in MRI. However, a successful application of CEST is hampered by its slow acquisition especially in the 3D applications. Compressed sensing (CS) is powerful for reconstruction of highly undersampled data. This work implements the 3D pulsed steady-state CEST acquisition sequence and extended the low rank plus sparse (L+S) method to a 3D version. The phantom and in vivo human brain results demonstrate our design has the potential to accelerate the 3D CEST imaging about 4 times.