Chia seeds (24)

Chia seeds add protein, fibre and healthy omega-3 fats to a variety of dishes, from morning smoothies to virtuous chocolate desserts.

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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.

Recipe by: Robynowitz

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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!

Recipe by: erikafromamerica

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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.

Recipe by: honeyandspice

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Chia seeds are a great source of fibre and protein. They expand in liquid, making you feel fuller. I like to mix the chia seeds with water in advance so I can add a teaspoon to porridge, smoothies, yoghurt or use as a thickener. This is just a general idea for using chia seeds - once you start to use them, you will know how much is right for you to use. This gel can be stored in the fridge and used for 3 weeks.

Recipe by: OBCook

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This dessert is a healthy way to finish the day! Of course, it works just as well for breakfast. Chia seeds are a natural thickener which makes this dish a nice texture. Toasted almonds or mixed nuts add crunch.

Recipe by: sjeffery8045

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