Recipe Directions

Add ground sesame seeds, water, sweetener, vanilla and cinnamon to blender and blend well. Pour contents of blender into strainer over bowl. Add 1/8 cup Chia Seeds and stir. Put in fridge and take it out to stir every 10 minutes or so until the Chia Seeds have finished releasing their yummy gooey goodness. It shouldn’t take longer than 1/2 an hour to be fully ready to eat.
You could use any kind of nut milk really, I just really like sesame seed milk and so does my toddler – she gobbled it up and asked for more!

Reesh's Thoughts

When Chia Seeds hit liquid they emit this lovely goo which surrounds the seed and really resembles Tapioca pearls. You can read all about the wonderful benefits of Chia Seeds on the Living Foods website: http://www.living-foods.com/articles/chia.html

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I made this last night, and I have to say that I didn't like the sesame milk. Even though I added enough sweetener, it still had a bitter taste to me. However, my non-raw boyfriend gobbled it all up! I think i'll experiment with different milks and additives other's have used. Thanks though!

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Didn't have sesame seeds left, so I just blended in a little tahini (so no need to strain the mix). Tasted fantastic! I'll be making this again.

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Didn't have sesame seeds left, so I just whizzed up a little tahini (so no need to strain the mix). Tasted fantastic! I'll be making this again.

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I made this today with macadamia mylk and added some cacao and it was very delicious!! The seeds are VERY neutral! Sooo much better than flax!!

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Awesome! I've missed my beloved tapioca pudding!

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it was pretty good. never heard of chia seeds but went to the nearest whole food store and found it! i'm thinking of making it into banana flavor next time. thank you so much!

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I didn't have any nut milk ready, so I make this with my black chia seeds, vanilla "RAW POWER" and some agave. It looked a bit like caviar (a dark black-grey) but it was *tasty*! Thank you for the idea!

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I made this today and added raw carob. It was delicious! Thanks so much, Reesh.

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My mother's friend made some of this for us (what a coincidence) and it was SOOOOOO GOOD!!!!!!!! NOT EVEN DESCRIBABLE (is that a word? The only difference was that there were dates and cocoa powder in it. YUMMMMMMMMMMMM

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Reesh - I just read the article and I will definitely pick some up at the health food store. I've seen them and wondered what people do with them - apparently they make tapioca pudding, which sounds great for my daughter, and smoothies. The article makes them sound like the gel you add to your potting soil to absorb and release water, except for your body.

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How was it?

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I'm making this pudding in about 5 minutes. Thanks!

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I add two tables spoons of chia to all my spoothies as they are the highest plant sorce for omega 3's as well as protein and calcium.

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Fancy seeing you here Reesh! Sweet recipe, I'll be sure to make it in 87 days.

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I AM SOOO EXCITED TO MAKE THIS RECIPE TOMORROW!!!! I have a bag of chia seeds and I've hardly ever used them because I want to be creative with them but couldn't find many recipes for it. Thanks for posting this recipe!!!

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Awesome!

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Goo? LOL Thanks for the great recipe.

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Oh yes, this does look good!

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They don't have a flavor that you would notice. They take on the flavor of the liquid that you put them in. Salba, white chia, costs more, but looks more like tapioca. Chia seeds look like poppy seeds.

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I second humananimal! But one thing : What do chia seeds taste like? I don't think I've ever had them, but I've heard alot about them.

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thats looks fantastic!

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