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To me a picnic is all about taking time to turn something monotonous into something a little bit magical. It’s about getting out in nature, sharing some special bites, and being with the ones you care about and enjoy the most.
Pudding base: Take two tablespoons of chia seeds.
Add to your favorite plant based or regular milk.
Add one teaspoon of honey (or any sweetener of your choice) and stir until combined (I’ve also added almond or vanilla extract for a hint of flavor, just a dash or two).
Chill in fridge for at least two hours so chia pudding mixture can become more gel like.
Toppings and extras: Feel free to add any toppings you want! My favorites are granola, bananas, strawberries, blueberries, coconut shavings, mango or pineapple chunks, strawberry jam, Nutella, possibilities are endless.
**Below is my favorite/ go to combo, but feel free to create your own. Mix and match flavors, fruits, toppings (try cocoa powder, or hot cocoa mix in the pudding before chilling for chocolatey pudding deliciousness) to make it your own! **
In Taiwan, Moon festival is a celebration day for autumn harvest and family reunion.
We bring moon cakes, yolk pastries, pomelo and tea or beer on the rooftop to enjoy the beauty of the moon and hold BBQ party in the yard.
According to our folklore, there are rabbits live on the moon with a Moon Goddess and the moon looks biggest on that day, which is 15th day of the 8th month the lunar calendar, so we can see their shadows from earth!
What would a picnic for wee little ones look like without adults around? These munchkins are having a blast playing with food and have some animals joining their fun picnic. I was reminded of my daughter’s early years when she would fuss over any food we fed her, but would happily eat what we gave her if we left her alone with food. She would play with food and create a royal mess for me to clean up, but she would end up eating. I drew some of her favorite snacks/ food when she was a wee little one 😀