Have you been looking for a delicious chia seed drink recipe you can make from home?
I think you'll agree with me when I say:
Chia seeds are incredibly nourishing and have tons of benefits...but finding the time to eat them can be a challenge.
Luckily, Chia is so versatile and easy to use with your favorite recipes that you can literally mix them with any of your favorite drink recipes! In fact, chia drinks are my favorite way to consume this super-seed!
These 15 Chia Seed Drink Recipes are sure to spark some creative ideas in the kitchen and help you kick bad food cravings throughout your busy day! Ready? Scroll down to see the recipes!
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There's been a lot of talk lately about the benefits of chia seeds, but not a lot of people are talking about the benefits of organic chia seed oil...
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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!
Chia Seeds have numerous benefits, but one of the most unique properties of Chia is its ability absorb up to 12 times its weight in water.
What does this mean for you?
Hydrated chia slows digestion and the time it takes for your stomach to empty which means you feel full longer. Soaking chia will activate the seed making it more bio-available to your body, helping to prevent blood sugar spikes, decreasing cholesterol and keeping you hydrated longer!
Read on to learn more reasons you should soak your chia before eating it and how to do it properly…
Chia pudding looks more complicated to make than it really is!
The key to a good chia seed pudding recipe is water or almond milk (I like oat milk) and a little patience.
Ideally, you want the chia to soak overnight or at least 3-5 hours in the fridge. This will allow the chia seeds to gel. Then it’s time to combine your favorite flavors, fruits and other goodies to make it taste delicious!
Everyone loves a good slice of bread…am I right?
But sadly most breads are full of unwanted preservatives and gluten…
This recipe is a SUPER Nutritious alternative to store-bought bread and many other bread recipes.
Whether you are trying to live gluten-free and don’t want to sacrifice bread or you just want to try something different, this is a great recipe to make. Plus it has three amazing foods full of Fiber, Protein and Antioxidants that you’ll actually feel after eating it!
GMOs, or genetically-modified organisms, are one of the most highly-debated topics in the world today. The issue is front and center to the safety and future of our food supply.
Unfortnately, consumers like you and I, don’t have the best information to make an informed decision when shopping for ourselves or our family. Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to avoid GMO foods and even eradicate them for good…