Tropical Chia Seed Pudding

Hey everyone! Suz here!

Just a quick little post about one of my favourite types of yoga fuel- chia seed puddings!

Chia seeds are so handy and can be used in so many different recipes. They swell up in water, which means they are a fantastic replacement for eggs (vegans will be happy to know!) but are also great for sprinkling over meals to get some extra nutrients. Packed with nutrients, good cholesterol and omega-3, they are a diet staple for Mike and I! Read more about the benefits of chia seeds HERE




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I like using chia seeds in Mike’s muscle protein and also sprinkling it on our porridge each morning, along with linseeds and blueberries!

One of my favoruite chia seed combos is a juice blend of thick young coconut water, ginger and chia seeds. I had this once in Bali and it was AMAZING! So, I decided to make a chia seed pudding version of it- a great breakfast idea but also a handy snack on the go. Next time you are looking for something fresh and new, whip up this scrumptious chia seed recipe- it is so quick and easy!

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Tropical Chia Seed Pudding

Ingredients:

-2 Tbsp chia seeds

-1 cup raw coconut water

-1 Tbsp coconut milk

-1 tsp grated ginger (or ginger spice powder)

-1/2 tsp cinnamon

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Method:

Stir together all ingredients in a bowl, then pour into a small glass or jar.

Refrigerate overnight.

Serve with some pineapple pieces and enjoy!

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There you have it- my tropical, bali-inspired chia seed pudding! Let us know how you go with it!

 

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