Chia seeds are truly one of nature’s super super superfoods! They are high in protein, fibre, calcium, omega 3’s, vitamin C.

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Chia seeds are truly one of nature’s super super superfoods! They are high in protein, fibre, calcium, omega 3’s, vitamin C.

Chia seeds are amazing for increasing satiety (and so can help with weight loss :)), balance blood sugar levels, improve sluggish bowels, improve energy levels and provide a great school or work lunch box snack, quick breakfast or yummy dessert.

Chia seed puddings are incredible forgiving and can be made by ANYONE! If you find they are too runny, just add more chia seeds and pop back in the fridge for ten minutes, if they are too hard, just add more liquid and in ten or so minutes they will be the right consistency.

The rule with chia puddings is to add around 2-3 tablespoons of chia seeds to 1 cup of liquid and stir for 3 minutes, leave out for 10 minutes then leave in the fridge for an hour (or overnight) to set. I tend to make them for several days in advance. They look super cute for a snack when set in a little baby-food type jar.  You can vary the consistency to suit yourself – I tend to aim for a mousse-like consistency.

Liquids you may choose to add may include: milk, almond milk, coconut milk (diluted or straight up) or coconut water. You can add fresh, frozen or pureed fruit. I always add cinnamon and vanilla paste for extra flavor. When I have time, I blend up a smoothie and use that for the liquid base.

The possibilities are endless but easy favourites include:

  • Coconut milk, vanilla paste, cinnamon and chia seeds stirred together
  • Blended banana, mango, vanilla, coconut milk – add chia seeds after blending
  • Frozen raspberries, banana and milk in the blender – add chia seeds after
  • Blended banana, mango and pineapple juice – add chia seeds after
  • Frozen raspberries with coconut milk, raw cacao blended – add shredded coconut and chia seeds after

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Belinda Kirkpatrick

Naturopath & Nutritionist at The Seed Concept
Belinda Kirkpatrick, the creator of The Seed Concept, is an expert Naturopath and Nutritionist with over a decade of clinical experience. She specialises in women’s health and is especially passionate about hormonal health, fertility management and miscarriage prevention. She is known for her extensive knowledge of natural and conventional treatment in addition to her evidence-based approach to integrative healthcare.

Belinda created The Seed Concept as she is passionate about helping women optimise their nutrition and health in a realistic and achievable manner.
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