Recipe: Chia Seed Pudding

These awesome little seeds are rich in dietary fiber, protein and Omega-3’s … in one little ole tablespoon! That’s a ton of nutrition naturally present in such a small serving!

I adapted this No Cook Chia Seed Pudding from the back of the package for Trader Joe’s Chia Seeds (amazon affiliate link) … which are also the Chia Seeds I buy.

Combine:

1/4 cup of Chia Seeds
1 Cup of Almond Milk (I use Trader Joe’s Unsweetened Vanilla. I’ve tried at least 4 or 5 different brands and I like this one the best.)
1/4 cup of local honey, agave syrup or Grade B Maple Syrup (I alternate on this so it will have a bit different taste each time. Try less even!)
Dash of Gluten-Free Vanilla Extract and or any other flavors, like citrus juices or a drop of your favorite essential oil. Experiment. Be creative! Get Wild! … and …. Have FUN!

Refrigerate for at least 2-3 hours. Turns into a perfect no cook pudding!! Reminds me of tapioca pudding y’all!

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I also like sprinkling chia seeds on my salad and into my water! The chia seeds give the salad a great crunch. I LOVE the way they swell in the water and the texture and feel of the seeds when drinking my yummy Chia Seed Water!

At the time I published this recipe, these were 3 of the top 5 search results for “chia seed benefits” as returned by Google:

Chia Seed Benefits: 10 Reasons to Add Chia to Your Diet

Top 10 Health Benefits of Chia Seeds

The Ancient Chia Seed – Health Benefits of Chia Seeds

Blessings,

Camilla
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2 thoughts on “Recipe: Chia Seed Pudding

  1. I love this and can’t wait to try it! Chia seeds are awesome and tasty, also wonderful in kombucha. I’m happy to share a scobie with you when you’re ready to make your own, if you haven’t started already. Thank you, Camilla, for BEing such a beautiful light and bundle of love in the world. Blessings be.

  2. Thank you Denise! I think it’s pretty yummy! …. And, thank you for offering a scobie!! The kombucha you made was sooooo good! I haven’t attempted it yet and will absolutely take you up on that when I decide to go for it! Blessings to you too Denise!

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