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Monday, 19 January 2015

Berrylicious Chia Pudding
by Robyn Lilley

Berrylicious Chia Pudding
by Robyn Lilley

This recipe is ideal for breakfast, but delicious enough to enjoy for dessert!  I LOVE this chia pudding! So easy and fast to make.  Full of protein and good omega fats.  Easy to digest.  Best of all it is RAW, and doesn't involve any cooking. I usually make my own almond milk, which is so much better than store bought, but you could use whatever milk you have on hand.  Enjoy!

Basic Version:
2 cups almond milk, or your choice of other nut/seed milk
1/3 cup chia seeds
1/4 tsp cinnamon
dash nutmeg
sprinkle sea salt
2 drops vanilla stevia and/or 1 tbsp maple syrup.  (Sweeten to suit your tastebuds.)
1 cup fresh, frozen, or thawed berries.  (Pictured recipe uses Saskatoon berries.)

Mix all ingredients together and let sit for 10-15 minutes before enjoying with your favourite spoon!

Upgraded Version:
Follow same directions as basic version, but if desired, add in these additional superfood ingredients if they are available:

1 tsp mesquite powder
1/2 tsp camu camu powder
1/2 tsp lucuma powder

Garnish with:
1/4 tsp vanilla powder - sprinkled on top.
Your choice of nuts or seeds.  Picture features almonds and gogi berries.


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