Chia seeds provide your body with a number of nutrients, including fibre, protein, calcium and magnesium. And when you include them in a recipe, your body can digest them whole.
Get ready to get these nutrient-rich seeds into your diet with the help of these four recipes…
#1: Coconut chia pudding
Chia seeds and coconut milk marry for a Paleo-friendly make-ahead pudding that’s
great for breakfast. Mix up the ingredients the night before, stick it in the fridge, and look forward to a special treat the next day. It’s that easy!
#2: Blueberry chia muffins
Give your next batch of blueberry muffins an upgrade by adding three tablespoons of chia seeds to the batter. They’ll bake into the mixture so you won’t even taste them (but you sure will reap the health benefits).
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#3: Chia green smoothie
Do you find the crunchy texture of chia seeds a tad off-putting on their own? Then toss them into a refreshing morning smoothie. I personally love these seeds in a green smoothie. My favourite green smoothie combo: 1 cup of orange juice, 1 green apple (peeled and diced), 1 banana, 1 kale leaf, 2 celery sticks and 1 tablespoon of chia seeds. Yum!
#4: Chia yoghurt bowl
Looking for a quick omega-3 punch in your snack? Simply sprinkle a teaspoon of chia seeds on your fruit, then mix them into a bowl of low-fat
yoghurt. Or, make a delicious combination of the two!
I don't know about you, but I can't wait to get experimenting with these exciting chia seed recipes!
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