Green Chia Pudding

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Have you resolved to eat more greens this year? Don’t be fooled thinking your only options are salads and green smoothies. You can sneak those green leafy veggies into all sorts of recipes – including a tasty chia pudding like this recipe here. This recipe is absolutely packed full of fiber, and has the benefit of being naturally water-rich – a fantastic combination for a healthy GI tract. Enjoy!

Ingredients

  • 5 medium celery stalks
  • 1 peeled chayote squash or 1 medium cucumber
  • 1 medium apple, red o yellow
  • 1 cup of kale
  • 2 cm ginger root, peeled (optional)
  • 3 Tbsp chia seeds
  • 1/2 medium ripe banana, sliced
  • Toppings: Mulberries, dried coconut, organic tahini or other nut/seed butter

Instructions

  1. Prepare your juice with a slow juicer or whatever you have in hand. Once the juice is ready, take 1 cup of fresh juice put in a medium bowl, add the chia seeds and mix well.
  2. Let it sit for 25 minutes or overnight, try to move it once in a while to avoid lumps. Once your chia pudding is thick, top with banana slices, mulberries and drizzle with tahini or any other nut/seed butter of choice. You can keep this in the fridge up to a week. But preferably eat it within 3 days.
About Priscilla Soler

My name is Priscilla and I'm half Mexican and half Canadian. I live in Montreal where I go to college. My vegan path started  3 years ago, after suffering of an eating disorder. I believe God has healed me and my life changed completely. By changing my eating habits and appreciating not just myself but everything around me, I finally saw how beautiful, unique and special life is. After 2 years of following a raw vegan lifestyle, I read the China Study AND tHE 80/10/10 diet and started eating a low fat mostly raw diet. It's been a year and I never felt better! I have so much energy and the benefits are beyond. I created my blog a few months after I changed my diet to low fat, so pretty much all my recipes are free of oils, nuts, seeds or gourmet ingredients like agave and cacao. I think these are super healthy and tasty recipes that focus on what a real raw food diet should look like, the natural whole state of each and every food, without adding tons of refined ingredients. To know more about me you can go to my website: www.gastrawnomica.com where I share my recipes and a little bit about my life.

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