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Chia Seed Pudding

With 2 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber in each tablespoon, chia seeds will help keep you satiated for hours. Chia balances and stabilizes your blood sugar because it slows the effect at which glucose enters the bloodstream, making it ideal for diabetics and those wanting to prevent diabetes.

Chia will make any meal more joyous, in other words, “healthier”. 



Healthy recipes that will not cause the blood sugar spike

Rich in protein, minerals and fiber, chia seeds also contain 500% more calcium than milk and the same amount of omega-3s as wild salmon.

Omega-3 fatty acids will help reduce any muscle inflammation you may have after a tough workout.

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Whip up this Chia Seed Pudding in just a few easy steps!

Ingredients:




Directions:

In a small bowl, gently whisk together the almond milk, maple syrup, chia seeds, cinnamon and vanilla extract.

Divide into (4) 4-ounce ramekins and refrigerate for at least 8 hours.

When ready to serve, top with 1 tablespoon of fresh blueberries or raspberries and 1 tablespoon toasted walnuts for an easy breakfast or afternoon snack.






Comments

  1. What a healthy, nutritious and delicious chia seed pudding recipe! I can't wait to top my pudding with the delicious, organic blackberries I have been finding at a good price lately. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe on the Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Blog Hop! I appreciate it!

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  2. Chia seeds are one of my favs to use for puddings! Going to be sharing this recipe on one of my facebook groups :)
    Thanks so much for sharing this post with us at Inspired By Me Mondays. I hope you come back to link up again this week! Rachael @ Diamonds in the Rough

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