Chia seeds add protein, fibre and healthy omega-3 fats to a variety of dishes, from morning smoothies to virtuous chocolate desserts.
We've probably all heard of the omega-3 rich chia seeds by now! This is a very simple and extremely delicious dessert recipe that you can use them in. Chia seeds can be found in the larger supermarkets or in health food shops. Te turn into a jelly-like texture when soaked in liquid.
Glorious little pots of goodness! The first layer of cool chia seeds and coconut milk is topped with a second layer of smooth mango puree. Easy to make, vegan, refined sugar free... truly a feel-good dessert!
This recipe makes 2 dozen moist muffins that are bursting with blueberries. Perfect for a quick breakfast or mid-morning snack. The oats and chia seeds will keep you going til lunch! They freeze well and you can defrost them as needed.
Makes a lovely change from porridge and with the addition of chia seed - it's more nutritious! All made in the slow cooker so you can wake up to a cosy hot breakfast. Instead of blueberries, you can add whatever fresh or dired fruit you happen to have or like!
If you love chocolate and tapioca, you will love this no-cook dessert. It's highly nutritious, vegan-friendly, deliciously chocolatey, chewy and totally moreish. It's also quick and easy to make.