I wanted a Chocolate shake with nothing in it to taint the flavor of chocolate. I also hadn't had my chia seeds for the day. Gotta get in those omega-3s! This is what I came up with. Simple and Yuuuum. : )

Recipe Directions

Let the chia seeds and water get to know each other by letting them sit in your blender for a few minutes while you get everything else together. This will make a gelly consistency. Throw everything in the blender and blend for a minute or so. You might want to add more water to get everything going. If you want it really chocolaty add more cacao powder. Enjoy!
*You could always use raw nut milk in place of the water, that would be double yum!!!

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I wanted a Chocolate shake with nothing in it to taint the flavor of chocolate. I also hadn't had my chia seeds for the day. Gotta get in those omega-3s! This is what I came up with. Simple and Yuuuum. : )

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sciencequeen's Review

Chocolate Chia Shake
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I made it without the ice, and just used a shaker cup (I didn't want to be forever scraping the chia seeds out of my blender!) and let it sit 5 minutes. It's gooey and I needed a spoon, but it's not half bad. :)
And I also used a little cinnamon, because I like it! :)

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will be making this tomorrow :)

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I love this recipe! I added a few things and froze it in popsicle molds. I added lucuma and mesquite to help sweeten. I am trying to cut way back on sugars. I used a combination of dates and stevia too. Dee-licious. Thank you for the great idea!

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I'm sorry I drank it before I took a picture. : / It was just so delicious. Hehe.
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