Here’s a winning recipe the whole family can enjoy. Chia pods!
As always, involve the kids in the food selection and food preparation process. It is through involving our kids that we provide the foundation for them to take responsibility for their own health potential. And given the health status of our society and the how the future looks for our kids, I think this is the best gift we could give them. You may even find a new love, connection and appreciation for your food and yourself too.
Visit the blog page to watch me create the chia pods along my kids or scroll down below the video for the recipe.
This recipe is kid friendly, nut free, made with real food and preservative free. Chia pods work beautifully for breakfast or a snack.
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- 3 tbs chia seeds organic
- ¼ cup coconut milk or dairy free milk of choice. You can also use purified water
- fruits best with blueberries, banana, and strawberries
Additional Optional Toppings
Place the chia seeds in a jar and cover with coconut milk.
Stir to combine. Use a fork to break up lumps.
Leave in fridge for 10-15 minutes.
Take out of fridge and top with your seasonal fruits and other toppings of choice.
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