At the end of January I was lucky enough to win the This Woman’s Word super foods giveaway containing a bag of chia seeds, cacoa nibs and lucuma powder!
I had never used any of these three super foods so was so excited to try them out! The one I knew least about was chia seeds so where else to find out but twitter! I put a tweet out…
What can I do with chia seeds?! Ideas on a stamp please 🙂
— Elle @keepitsimpElle (@X_eLle_S) February 3, 2014
…and the response was eye opening for me!
Here are a couple of my favourite responses:
Off I went straight down to the kitchen and threw my chia seeds in a bowl with some soya milk for the night! The next morning, I realised I should have followed the instructions to stir well but a few minutes of good stirring soon put that right! I added some desiccated coconut, cocoa powder and some dried fruits! I was astonished at how delicious this simple little thing tasted!
Then the lovely Kaitlin (who created the raw snickers bars) shared this recipe and amazing picture on the lululemon athletica Richmond Showroom Facebook page!
Roll up, roll up! Our lovely Kaitlin has been cookin’ up a storm again, this time in the form of a seriously delicious (and healthy) chia pud. Here are the ingredients and method:
- 3tbsp chia seeds
- 1 cup of nut milk
- I tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp honey
Mix all ingredients in a glass and stir every 5-10 minutes. After 30 minutes, place in the fridge overnight. Enjoy cold for breakfast with berries and fresh mint.
What Are Chia Seeds?
Chia seeds are potent little bundles of energy with generous doses of omega-3, fibre and protein.
Chia seeds are also a good source of several vitamins and minerals, containing vitamin A, B3, iron and
Here’s a little more chia inspiration…