Chia seed pudding

2015-05-08
  • Servings : 1
  • Prep Time : 10m
  • Cook Time : 0m
  • Ready In : 20m

Who has never come across a chia seed pudding these days? The fact is that chia is in fashion, and you can find highly original recipes for using it. But… do you know what chia actually is? Well, it’s a herbaceous plant native to central and southern Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua. Along with linseed, it’s one of the plant species with the highest concentrations of omega 3 alpha-linolenic fatty acid. Its seeds are the part used as a foodstuff.

It’s considered a super-food. In fact this term is a marketing invention, but even so it’s true that these foods contain larger amounts of nutrients than other things we eat. These nutrients include vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients.

So we propose that you prepare a super-breakfast, a super-dessert or a super-snack with chia seeds together with our Kamut Drink with Cocoa. Our Kamut has the Khorasan Kamut quality guarantee. Kamut isn’t the name of a wheat, but the brand used to market the grain in line with certain standards. The name was registered in order to preserve the qualities of this variety of wheat. It’s a very ancient, pure variety that’s still grown using organic methods to quality standards.

A very simple recipe we got from the organic recipe blog EcoFresh  that you can prepare in just 10 minutes. Ready?

Ingredients

  • 125ml Kamut with Cocoa
  • 2 spoonfuls of organic chia seeds
  • Strawberries to taste

Method

Step 1

Put 125ml of Kamut Drink with Cocoa in a glass and add 2 spoonfuls of chia seeds.

Step 2

Stir well and leave to stand overnight to soak the seeds.

Step 3

To serve, wash and cut the strawberries into small pieces and use them as a topping.

 

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