Ginger Spice Chia Pudding
a spicy way to chia
Our new Ginger Spice Juice is here for just a limited time - which means we’re going to make sure we enjoy every minute we have its deliciously spicy fall flavor.
Made with juiced fuji apple, carrots and sweet potatoes, it gets a boost of spicy fall flavor with fresh ginger root, cinnamon and turmeric. We love it so much, we’ve been playing around in the kitchen to see what else could benefit from its amazing flavor - and chia pudding came right to mind.
If you’ve never made chia pudding, let us first tell you it’s not only healthy and delicious, it’s EASY! Chia seeds are easy to find in most grocery stores these days and easily absorb liquid (and flavor) to make a healthy pudding. Packed with antioxidants, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, potassium and fiber, these little seeds are gaining tons of attention for their health benefits.
What’s even better is that chia seeds on their own have virtually no flavor, so they quickly soak up all the tasty fall flavors of our Ginger Spice Juice to make a delicious fall treat. Mixed with a little diced apple and served with chopped raw almonds and granola for added crunch, we think you’ll be stocking up on Ginger Spice Juice before it’s gone!
6 T chia seed
1/2 cup coconut or almond milk
1 1/2 cups Ginger Spice Juice
1 small apple
granola and chopped raw almonds for garnish
In a resealable container, add the chia seed, coconut milk, and Ginger Spice Juice. Seal the container and shake well until throughly combined. Let sit for 10 minutes and shake well again to ensure that the chia seeds are not clumping together as they absorb the liquid. Refrigerate for 4 hours, or until pudding is set.
Core and dice the apple into small pieces and stir into pudding. For added crunch, serve with a sprinkle of chopped raw almonds and granola on top.
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