Thick Raspberry Chia Seed Pudding 💜🍓🍶⠀⠀⁠

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Thick Raspberry Chia Seed Pudding 💜🍓🍶⠀⠀⁠
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Every time I’m babysitting little ones, this is my go-to breakfast. I’m yet to have had a tiddlywink disapprove … which is definitely saying something! 😂 Little do they know it’s one of the healthiest sweet treats they could eat …. #deceptivesittersunite 😏 ⠀⠀⁠
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Despite their tiny size, chia seeds are little nutrition powerhouses. They are bursting with plant-protein, omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, iron, potassium, antioxidants, and fibre. The gelatinous coating on chia seeds, which develops when the seed is exposed to liquids (causing them to expand to up to twelve times their size! 😱), can also prevent blood sugar spikes, promote satiety and enhance bowel regularity. 💩⠀⠀⁠
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Chia pudding has a similar consistency to yoghurt, and, because of chia’s high calcium content (calcium being known to promote feeling of sleepiness), it makes the perfect supper snack, just make it in the morning so it has enough time to set. In this recipe, the combination of chia seeds and almond milk creates a wonderful creamy texture while the cinnamon adds a delicate spice. 💃⠀⠀⁠
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For best results, use homemade almond milk (see recipe in eBook), or, if using store brought, be sure to read the ingredients list to ensure it contains minimal amounts of low-FODMAP friendly sweeteners (e.g., rice malt syrup) and no artificial colours, thickeners or flavouring. 💜⠀⠀⁠
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The full recipe available in the award-winning 195 FODMAP Friendly Vegan eBook … available for SALE on www.thefodmapfriendlyvegan.com << this book has lots of yummy vegan, low FODMAP, gluten, dairy & refined sugar free recipes + heaps of resources (equipment, exercise, supplements, shopping, high/low FODMAP guides) 📔Have a look to see if it might benefit you or someone you know 💜

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