Recipe Directions

1. Soak chia seeds overnight to make chia gel.

2. Blend with a frozen banana (peel before freezing) and hemp milk. Freeze.

3. Blend again.

Therawmichelle's Thoughts

By therawmichelle

Yummy chia seed/banana dessert.

Sometimes, I use the chia milk instead of the hemp milk in the chia pudding. Whole lot of chia seeds but very tasty!

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I have a similar favorite recipe, which is just mashed bananas, cinnamon, and walnuts, with a bit of water, and chia seeds mixed in it. I let it sit for about 20 minutes for the chai to gel, and eat. Yummy!

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@Turil Sounds really good.. walnuts add some great flavour...

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Banana Chia Pudding
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This is a new favorite! Terrific! I use 1-2 c. Hemp Milk, 2-3 frozen bananas, and 1/2 -1 c. chia gel (soaked chia seeds). Blend that up in the vitamix with a little vanilla added, sometimes. Soooo goood! Thanks for the combination idea! My children really enjoy it with me!

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Banana Chia Pudding
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This is a new favorite! Terrific! I use 1-2 c. Hemp Milk, 2-3 frozen bananas, and 1/2 -1 c. chia gel (soaked chia seeds). Blend that up in the vitamix with a little vanilla added, sometimes. Soooo goood! Thanks for the combination idea! My children really enjoy it with me!

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@Turil Sounds really good.. walnuts add some great flavour...

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I have a similar favorite recipe, which is just mashed bananas, cinnamon, and walnuts, with a bit of water, and chia seeds mixed in it. I let it sit for about 20 minutes for the chai to gel, and eat. Yummy!

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