How To Make the best Chia Pudding

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Did You know that Chia seeds are known as a “warrior food”?
It makes great breakfast (if you know what you are doing), gives inner strength and makes us beautiful inside out.
2 T each day is making a big difference to how we feel, how our skin looks and how our digestion works.

If You wish to drop a few kilos, to feel lighter and improve your skin….. this might excite you more then you know.


There are a few ways to use this magical food.

Here is how we make a pudding that everyone seems to love.

#Recipe
We need:
-2 T chia seeds soaked in 1/2 cup water
(from 30 mins to overnight)
-2 T nut milk ( I like coconut or hemp)
-bunch of berries or your favorite fruits (banana, mango, etc) cut Into small chunks.
-New Earth sweetener - stevia, coconut nectar, maple syrup or just dates and raisins.
-Your favorite yogurt (coconut or whatever you like )
-Porridge or granola (optional)
-Raw Cacao nibs (optional)

How to:
Soak chia seeds in water and nut milk (it turns it white rather than keeping it boring grey)
Sweeten it if you wish with your choice of new earth sweetener. Mix well.
Pour the yumminess to the bottom of a glass bowl.
Throw a bunch of berries in, can add porridge/granola in between the layers.
Top it up with  yogurt...berries, cacao nibs. Imagination is everything 😄💛💫
Play with your food. 
Make it exciting and fun.


Tip: you can color your pudding: to turn it purple - add 1 T fresh beet juice, to make it green - add some matcha tea powder to nut milk, to make it blue -  use anchan (blue pea) flower tea. 
It makes me happy knowing that more and more people are waking up to the modern food reality and take health back into.their hands.

Take good care of your cells and your loved ones.. so together we take care of this planet, this beautiful world we live in.

Enjoy!

Anna Suvorova.

Aligner/Consultant/Educator

Awesome plant recipe Creator

Author. Dreamer of a better world for all

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