CHIA SEED PUDDING, 3 WAYS THE SUPER FOOD WAY

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Hello Goa Flow-er(s)

I am so excited to share with you my latest nutrient-rich super food chia seed puddings. I’ve been obsessed with chia seeds lately and have been having so much fun creating these variations. I love to make the pudding over night in small travel jars and fill them up with goodness. I have it for breakfast or take it with me as a snack/meal when i’m teaching or on the road traveling.

Below you will find the YouTube video where i share with you how to make the 3 variations, plus you’ll find the recipes.

I use a Sage on-the-go Boss blender when i make the chia pudding(s), but you can do it without a blender of course. I do find the mixture tends to “drop” to the bottom and often clumps when i don’t use the blender, but to solve that problem just stir it after it’s been in the fridge for a bit.

These puddings will fill you up for hours, nourish you, help de-stress your nervous system and might even give you a glow. Enjoy. And should your friends ask where the glow is coming from; I trust you will be sharing.

Love & Light,
Anita Goa 🙂

 

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Here’s some more information on the super foods i use in the puddings:

CHIA SEEDS // I use the black chia seeds, but you can also use the white one.  Chia seeds don’t taste much, but they are filling and nutritious non-theless and packed with protein, fibre and omega fatty acids.

ACAI POWDER // I use an Acai powder from Natuya at the moment and like it a lot. Acai is a berry that grows in the Amazon rainforest. It’s a super food that is a great source of mono-unsaturated fat and fibre, loaded with vitamin A, calcium and potassium and is a great source of iron.

SPIRULINA // Spirulina is a blue-green algae that is a natural plant-friendly source of protein. It is rich in vitamin B12, calcium, magnesium and fibre. It can be an acquired and has a potent taste, use less than what i am suggesting, if you’re not sure and sweeten with agave and/or maple syrup. I love the company Naturya for this one too.

CACAO POWDER // Cacao powder is a great source of magnesium, fibre, iron. I love the company Organic Traditions.

Also in the chia puddings: 

HEMP SEEDS // I use the Linwoods  shelled hempseeds. Hempseeds are high in prominent, magnesium and iron. I use it in my smoothies and in my oatmeal as well.

FLAX SEED MIX // I use a mix from Linwoods that contains flaxseeds, almonds, brazil nuts, walnuts, co-enzyme Q10. Packed with Omega 3, selenium, iron, zinc, magnesium.

BERRIES/FRUIT // Blueberries, raspberries, pomegranate seeds, banana.

 

THE BASE //  The base for all three chia seed puddings is as follows for 1 portion:
2 tbsp chia seeds
1/2 cup nut milk (i use almond milk, but i also love the Oatly oat milk)
optional sweet: 1 tbsp agave, or maple syrup

chia pudding 1

#1 ACAI CHIA PUDDING

add to the base:
1 tsp acai powder
1-2 tsp flax seed mix
top with:
coconut yogurt
granola of your choice
blueberries and pomegranate seeds

chia pudding 2

#2 SPIRULINA CHIA PUDDING

add to the base:
1/4-1/2 tsp spirulina powder
1-2 tsp hemp seeds
top with:
coconut yogurt
granola
banana, blueberries, pomegrante seeds

chia pudding 3

#3 CHOCOLATE CHIA PUDDING

add to the base:
1 tbsp cacao powder
top with:
oatly vanilla custard
alittle coconut yogurt
granola

{Except for the Sage blender; which was sent to me to test out; non of the products are sponsored. All is bought with my own hard earned money}.

 

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