Recipe Directions

1. Mix everything and let rest for 15 minutes.

2. Stir to breakup any clumping of the chia. At this point, if it's too thick, just add another tablespoon of nut milk and stir. Then put in the refrigerator for approximately 30 minutes.

AC1DBU7N's Thoughts

By AC1DBU7N

My first post. Everyone, let me know.

This is the best. I made this the other day, and it reminds me of real pudding.

Enjoy.

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Try adding cinnamon, cayenne, banana slices,sprouted buckwheat and anything else that comes from the creative heart! (I'm eating it right now!)

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Oh my word! I am addicted to this pudding...I have to watch it as Chia can make things move a little speedy and I want to eat it at every meal. Thanks for the great idea!

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I had this for desert last night and it was magnificant. Very yummy.

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OMG! This is so good! I added spirulina to mine.

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I always make this whenever I have nut milk around. I also add cinnamon and cayenne for that Mayan taste.

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WOW! This is absolutely delectable. Thank you so much.

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WOW! This is absolutely delectable. Thank you so much.

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WOW! This is absolutely delectable. Thank you so much.

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Oh my word! I am addicted to this pudding...I have to watch it as Chia can make things move a little speedy and I want to eat it at every meal. Thanks for the great idea!

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I had this for desert last night and it was magnificant. Very yummy.

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I made this for breakfast this morning and added cinnamon and a little cayenne... YUM! And it was nicely filling, too.

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Try adding cinnamon, cayenne, banana slices,sprouted buckwheat and anything else that comes from the creative heart! (I'm eating it right now!)

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So you're saying, it's the tapioca of the seed world?

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Forrestlyone--chia has a really mild flavor, to me it is almost tasteless, but perhaps just slightly nutty. Plus, it absorbs whatever liquid it is in, so it ends up tasting like the liquid, not like itself. The texture after it has been soaked is like very small, soft tapioca. I think it is fantastic, and it has incredible health benefits, too.

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Any idea what Chia tastes like??

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I can't wait to try this! I am obsessed with chia.

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I think this or, an adaptation of this, would make a cake creamier than just adding liquid. Thanks, I'm going to try this.

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Fascinating combination! I would not have thought of combining chia w/cacao.

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