I first came across chia seeds in university, I think. Being an avid lover of tapioca pudding, the texture of chia pudding immediately appealed to me. On top of that, they were healthy, packed full of nutrition, and cheap. This pudding is a breakfast staple in my house – click on through to learn how to make this easy meal or snack.
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So let me be the first to say “OH MAN!” about these breakfast jars. I am always on the look out for ways to transport healthy, filling foods, and this recipe did NOT disappoint me. I was full from 6:30 am to 1:30 pm, and I am an eating machine. Thanks to some cinnamon vanilla steel cut oats (the same as the Chocolate Steel Cut Oats, but without the chocolate and with vanilla and cinnamon, of course), Nutella, almond butter, and chia jam. Now I know what you’re thinking. “T, I don’t know how to make chia jam.” Well strap in, my friend, because I am about to take you on a ride. Click on through to join me. Continue reading “Breakfast Jars feat. Chia Jam”
I love smoothies. They are my go-to on-the-go breakfast. They’re so super versatile and easy to make. Best of all, they leave me full and not needing to snack until lunch time – I am a notorious snacker. The secret? Protein and fibre. Click on through for one of my favourite recipes. Continue reading “Breakfast Protein Smoothie”
I love chia seeds. They are so versatile and yummy and kick-you-in-the-pants healthy. I always make some kind of pudding or use them to thicken smoothies, my sister uses them to make drinks, a friend of mine uses them to replace eggs in certain recipes…VERSATILE. And today, we are making chia pudding. But not just any chia pudding. This chia pudding is creamy, chocolatey, sweet, and just SO good. And it’s good for you, too.
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