Chia Seeds

Tid Bit(e) Tuesday Chia seeds. You might have seen these in juices or granola or pudding but do you actually know why people like to eat them? Here are some benefits of including chia seeds into your diet 1. Omega 3s – those important fatty acids they developed countries are struggling to get. Good thing […]

Buckwheat Monkey Bread

So I’ve been experimenting with buckwheat lately. A lot of grains make me bloated or just make me feel low energy. I wanted to see if buckwheat worked for me so I soaked about 1/4 cup of buckwheat groats overnight and ate them for breakfast. Buckwheat is a great type of grain for many people because […]

Pineapple Chia Pudding

You can do this with different juices too! Just make sure they are not from concentrate and preferably cold pressed! This is because when you concentrate juice you actually heat it up and pretty much take all the nutrients out of it. Plus juice already has no fiber which means you’re left with one thing… […]

Carrot Cake Chia

I LOVE making new chia pudding recipes!! The first time I made this one though I used a little too much spices😬 haha so it was a little spicy but hey mom liked it! But I remade it and I think this one tastes DELICIOUS! Perfect snack for anytime! Hope you enjoy Carrot Cake Chia […]


Cherry Chia Jam (print here) Makes approx. 2 cups Ingredients: 2 cups fresh cherries, pitted 2 tbsp. chia seeds, ground ½ tsp cinnamon 1 tsp lemon zest ½ fruit juice or water Optional 2-4 tbsp. honey (if you prefer it sweeter) Directions: Place all ingredients into a food processor. Pulse until desired chunkiness Place in […]

Lemon Poppy Seed Chia Pudding

Happy Friday!! This chia pudding makes me so excited for summer and warmer days! Lemon Poppy Seed anything is one of my favorite flavors!!!! And this was TOTALLY not a disappointment🍋🍋 Lemon Poppy Seed Chia Pudding (print here) Ingredients: 1 lemon, juice and zest 1 tbsp. poppy seeds 1 cup milk of choice 1 cup water […]


Ch ch ch chia… pudding! And guess what. This has a hidden ingredient… KALE! See, eating veggies is easy haha 🙂 This is perfect for morning time because you can make it ahead which means less rushing around!! Just pair with a protein and you’ve got the perfect breakfast! Pure and simple 🙂 Banana Matcha […]

Chia Pudding and Benefits of Spices

Hey guys! We wanted to share this chia pudding recipe and some food for thought with you!

We try to follow an anti-inflammatory diet and one way we support that is with spices such as turmeric, cinnamon and ginger. Inflammation is like a protective response are bodies have  but an unhealthy lifestyle can cause your body to be more inflamed than needed. When your inflammation is out of control it can cause joint pain, stiffness, arthritis and just overall not feeling well.

Turmeric has become very popular because of it’s “anti-inflammatory powers.” Now, it does help but it cannot heal a poor diet. Turmeric is something we add to try to many of our dishes. We use it on roasted vegetables, soups, drinks and sometimes even sweet dishes like the chia pudding we are sharing. Turmeric is fat soluble, meaning it dissolves in fat. This is important because if you do not use take it with a healthy fat, it might not make it all the way to your intestines where it can be absorbed. In this recipe, we added full-fat coconut milk to not only make it delicious but also to help that turmeric goodness  absorb into our bodies. Also, studies have shown that black pepper helps with the absorption of this spice. Black pepper has a compound in it called piperine, which helps protect the turmeric compound until it reaches the intestines. Buying fresh turmeric is best but we can never find it at grocery stores near us so we just buy powdered!

Cinnamon is another anti inflammatory spice and it taste so GOOD! You can put cinnamon on everything (and we totally do). This spice can help relieve muscle soreness, arthritis, severity to allergies and can reduce the levels of LDL cholesterol in your blood. Cinnamon can also help FIGHT diabetes! This is huge because sooo many people in America are fighting this disease (79 million Americans have pre-diabetes!!!!!!). Cinnamon works for diabetes because it actually blocks enzymes called alanine which allow sugar to be absorbed into your blood. By blocking this enzyme, it decreases the amount of sugar going into the blood which is what insulin does.

Incorporating these spices into your diet can only do your body GOOD! And you can try it by making our recipe (link to print it below)! We hope you enjoy and we hope you learned a thing or two

Chia Pudding 


2 small banans

2 cups almond or coconut milk

1 heaping tablespoon full-fat coconut milk

2 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp turmeric

1 tbsp almond butter (or any nut butter)

6 tablespoons chia seeds


  1. Blend all the ingredients, expect for the chia seeds, until smooth
  2. Pour into bowl and stir in chia seeds
  3. Let sit for 12 minutes, stirring every 3 minutes or until the chia seeds begin to absorb the mixture
  4. Cover and place in the fridge for at least an hour or overnight

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