You’ll be the talk of the family at Thanksgiving with these unique chia seed recipes. They’ll remember you for seasons to come and guests will be asking you for the recipe!
These 5 Thanksgiving recipes are sure to make people turn their head, maybe ask a question “what’s that?” and give you the chance to proclaim the benefits of chia seeds!
Chia seed puddings are so easy to make and the varieties are endless! Instead of traditional pie, serve this at the dinner table this holiday season! A delicious chia pudding with rolled oats, pumpkin, chia seeds, almond milk, cinnamon and pumpkin spice. This can be served at breakfast or as desert after the main meal! Or sneak this in as your own treat after laboring in the kitchen!
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Another delicious chia pudding recipe that is thick and creamy bursting with flavor. It’s paleo and vegan friendly too! Ingredients include coconut milk, pumpkin pie spice, pumpkin, chia seeds, coconut flakes, almond butter and a teaspoon of coconut oil.
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Who doesn’t love a delicious muffin? These pumpkin gingerbread muffins are baked with delicious ingredients like coconut oil and chia seeds. Feel free to swap out the sugar and maple syrup with the sweetener of your choice. This recipe can be made in about 40 minutes.
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This is a delicious gluten free granola recipe featuring both pumpkin seeds and chia seeds. It’s full of other delicious ingredients like dried blueberries, coconut, oats and mango. This recipe will take about 30 minutes to prep and cook but it’s certainly worth it.
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The list wouldn’t be complete without this delicious pumpkin pie chia seed pudding recipe! It makes enough for one so you’ll need to double or triple up on this recipe depending on how many guests you have. Ingredients include ginger, nutmeg, sea salt, chia seeds, vanilla extract, medjool dats, pureed pumpkin, milk of choice and cinnamon. The recipe only takes a few minutes to prep.
Learn more about this Recipe from Sproutedroutes
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Whenever possible, Nate is mindful at what he puts into his body and is always looking to nature to thrive, both physically and spiritually. On a daily basis you can find him sipping a tall glass of green smoothie or eating a vegan burrito. He loves sharing his knowledge and deep appreciation for natural healing with the world.