Chia seeds are a superfood and if you’ve not had a chance to try them you need to! All these recipes require some simple ingredients you probably all ready have in your pantry. No baking required and all tasty for a meal or a snack. Filling desserts that keep you satisfied!
Sugar-Free Chai Vanilla Chia Pudding
In this particular chia pudding recipe, chia seeds are combined with unflavored almond milk, honey, vanilla paste, ground cinnamon, and plump Medjool dates. The cinnamon and dates really make this recipe: the rich flavor of cinnamon and soft, plump dates coming together in an irresistible combination.
No Sugar Added Raspberry Chia Protein Smoothie
This delicious fruity smoothie makes a great make and goes breakfast, or a tasty, filling snack low in carbs! Our strawberry flax smoothie is made with plain Greek yogurt, a super source of complete proteins. We’ve added a healthy dose of one tablespoon of fresh ground organic flax meal and we sweeten our smoothie with stevia, a low-calorie natural substitute for sugar.
Sugar-Free Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding Parfait
A fantastic, guilt-free, no-bake dessert! Layered peanut butter, dairy-free whipped cream and chocolate pudding doesn’t get any better! Three layers of delicious, but each without any cooking required and taking only 15 minutes to prepare. And chocolate pudding for breakfast mixed with peanut butter, what in the world is better than that!
Sugar-Free Peanut Butter Chia Pudding
This peanut butter pudding is packed with fiber, and is low carb and dairy-free! It could be a meal instead of dessert it’s got so much protein! Unsweetened Almond Milk is the perfect choice when you still want that creaminess without using cream.
Single Serving Gluten-Free Chia Puff Pancake
These tasty little puff pancakes are low in fat, and high in fiber and protein! Make them ahead for a week of healthy breakfast or snacks! Still an excellent option for breakfast and can be made the night before and just reheated in the morning.
No-Bake Overnight Chia Mango Oats
Prepare the night before and wake up to a delicious healthy breakfast that will keep you full! Full of protein and fiber and absolutely delicious. You can certainly add honey if you are not crazy about stevia but your nutrition info will change as well. Super creamy, almost like pudding as opposed to oatmeal in a bowl.
Because chia seeds are so high in fiber, it is recommended that daily intake be limited to 1 to 2 ounces. Higher doses may cause digestive upset. Always consult your doctor before adding chia seeds to your diet.