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I do try to avoid meat as often as I can! Scrolling down the hole of the internet a couple of months ago, I was hoping to find a good - and not too complicated veggie burger. Most of the recipes were made with too many ingredients and/or the things I don't like/can't digest. Then it came to my mind, that my friend Nevena of Hleb i Lale blog makes a bunch of amazing veggie things and BAM I found the best ever veggie recipe burger on the planet there. Give it a go, I make it once a week!
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! **
Super Food Entry! This is a breakfast I make regularly as it's super easy to prepare before going to bed at night and one less thing to do in the morning... except to enjoy! It is packed with super food deliciousness and is easily customizable to ones dietary needs and tastes. Yum!
Super Food Entry
Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free & Delicious. This organic blueberries and homemade ancient grains granola with almond milk recipe tastes like a blueberry crumb cake. You get all the antioxidants and none of the guilt! Enjoy!