Coconut and Lime Chia Pudding - I have been hearing the word Chia a lot lately. I first ran into someone making chia bars and then I starting seeing photos of Chia pudding pop up all over Instagram. I realized it was time to try out this healthy foodie favorite. I did a quick search to learn more about Chia seeds and found out...
Absolutely delicious Banana Chia Pudding! I blended one banana with 2 cups almond milk, then added 1/2 cup chia seeds, covered it up and put it in the fridge for 20 min! The chia seeds absorb the banana milk, getting a gelatin- like consistency. This is packed with protein and fiber, making it the perfect completely raw breakfast or dessert!.
Vanilla chia pudding Add own personal flair by adding favorite fruit & toppings. 3/4 cup almond milk, unsweetened (vanilla) 2-3 tsps maple syrup or honey 1 tsp pure vanilla extract 3-4 tablespoons chia seeds. Nuts, berries, fruit, coconut flakes for topping. /Add all ingredients (except toppings) to any container w/ a tight lid. Shake or stir container. Refrigerate for at least six hours or overnight. When ready to eat, stir & top w/ favorite toppings.
Breakfast? Dessert? Chia seed pudding is healthy enough for breakfast, but delicious enough for dessert, and this Pina colada version will make you feel like you are on vacation. I am obsessed. Dairy free! - Eazy Peazy Mealz
Breakfast: chia pudding: chia seeds soaked in coconut milk and cinnamon (the night prior), topped with mixed berries, flaxseed meal and almonds. Lunch: tempeh stir-fried in coconut oil, salad of spinach, shredded cabbage, alfalfa sprouts, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, parsley, pepita seeds, dressed with apple cider vinegar, olive oil. Dinner: palm-sized piece of grass-fed beef, roast pumpkin and Brussels sprouts, served with bitter roquette salad dressed