It takes a little bit of time to get used to its texture, at least that was the case for me. But as i always say tastes are acquired, no one is born with a set of tastes. Once you understand all the benefits of this little black seed you wouldn’t want to miss out on it. It is so easy to incorporate into your diet. Add it to your breakfast cereal or granola, sprinkle on you salad, avocado or hommus toast. Easy! This basic chia pudding is very adaptable. If you like chocolate then add raw cacao powder. You can add spices or more fresh fruit…. You get my point…
- 1/4 cup chia seeds
- 1 cup any plant milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract or any other (almond, orange, rose water, mint)
Just stir everything well together, divide between two jars and soak at least overnight. It will keep well for few days in the fridge. Add fresh fruit or berries to it before serving and top it with Delicious Healthy Granola if you wish.
Makes two jars
Victoria Diachkova holds a Plant Based Nutrition Certificate from Collin Campbell Institute for Nutritional Studies. She is a Health Coach and a plant based lifestyle blogger based in Cairo, Egypt. She is also a recipe and menu consultant and shares all her kitchen works on her blog Sincerely V. Victoria is currently taking Food Over Medicine Course developed and led by Dr. Pamela Popper. Her culinary goal is to use primarily local, easily available and accessible ingredients to create healthy, nutritious, easy, quick and delicious meals.
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