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There’s so much conflict and confusion over breakfast, and we want to take a minute to clear that up! Even if you are intermittent faster, you still have your first meal of the day and when made right, chia pudding is an excellent jumpstart. Chia seeds, known by the Native Americans as as ‘seeds of strength’ are high in fiber and healthy fats. This is perfection when it comes to a first meal. We make our pudding with minimal sugar (splash of maple syrup), and then add high protein nuts, healthy fats like almond butter, and colorful berries to create the ultimate meal. We always encourage keeping sugar low, but especially at breakfast, when your liver and pancreas are getting ready to support your day. Why would we burden it with extra sugars to process? Instead, get energized with the protein and fat your gut and brain need to power you through the day! This recipe takes less than 5 minutes to concoct and about 2 hours in the fridge to firm up. Top with your favorite healthy toppings and you will be so satisfied until your next meal! 

2 servings: 

  • 4-6 Tbs Chia seeds (depending on how you like the thickness of your pudding, I like thick!) 
  • 1 cup unsweetened almond, coconut, or any other milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp maple syrup 

Shake all together in a mason jar or glass Tupperware. Set in the fridge for a couple of hours or overnight. When ready to top, we add fresh berries, almonds, or sunflower seed butter, sometimes half a banana! 

Here’s to a fantastic healthy routine! You can also find more health tips on our social media @organickrush


Michelle, Co-founder and CEO

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