Three Ingredient Cinnamon, Almond, Vanilla Suja Pudding

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LAURYN

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

Discovering this little recipe dime was like striking gold at the end of a rainbow.

I literally ran my ass to Whole Foods after Annie shared her amazing three ingredient pudding recipe here.

I mean, what’s better than super low-cal, cinnamon pudding?

Ya, I know, right?! Nothing.

Anyway the coolest thing ever: chia seeds expand into little tapioca-type, edible balls ( eww–!!! get your mind out of the gutter! ). These tiny seeds also happen to be one of the healthiest super foods ever.

Anddddd you can add chia seeds to tons of fun shit:

Chia seeds + almond milk + cinnamon= cinnamon pudding.

Chia seeds + Kombucha= the most amazing drink evs.

Chia seeds + Greek yogurt + berries= dying!

And lastly, Annie’s concoction: chia seeds + flaxseeds + Suja’s Vanilla Cloud= heaven.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

Oh! A big P.S. we’re not talking those slimy balls in that weird drink ( WTF is that called again? ). You know that ball-filled drink that’s sold at the food court in the strip mall? We’re talking healthy balls full of benefits, not those sugary, sickie slimers.

Happy Thursday!

x.L

Afterthought: this pudding recipe is perfect for breakfast- it’s healthy, low calorie, & seriously so, so filling. I was full for hours ; )!

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger, health blogger, and lifestyle blogger talks skinny tips and tricks for weight loss.

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    1. AvatarNatalie

      I’m definitely biking to Whole Foods to get Suja tomorrow! I put chia seeds in everything so I’m really excited about this recipe. Thanks!

  1. AvatarCharlene

    Sounds delicious but I can’t drink that Suja since I’m allergic to almonds (tree nut allergy!). Any substitution suggestions? Thanks!

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  2. AvatarJenni

    I’m obsessed with chia pudding. I like to make a big batch and keep it in the fridge so that I have a healthy go-to snack for a few days. I’ve yet to try a bottle of Suja, but I see them every time I go to Whole Foods, which is ALL the time. Vanilla Cloud sounds amazing. I don’t know what could be better than coconut, almond, honey, cinnamon, and vanilla. Bliss.
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  3. AvatarAman

    Mmm, looks and sounds so yummy! Will be trying this out soon!

    Thanks for sharing x

    Much love, Aman <3

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  4. AvatarEm

    Hello
    I am glad to have discovered your blog. I have never heard of Suja and I am not even sure if we have it in London (UK). I have been given a small pack of Chia seeds and had no idea what to do with it. Now I know!
    Thank you for the idea. I am trying to break my sugar addiction.
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  5. Avatarhillary

    So I keep hearing you’re supposed to grind chia seeds to get the full effect of their nutrients. Something about the fact that the body doesn’t have enough time to fully break them down before they leave the system because they’re tough… Does the expansion with the milk have the same effect? Letting the body fully digest them? Because that pudding looks delicious!!

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  6. AvatarAman

    Mmm this sounds and looks so yummy! Might have to try it out myself.

    I just did a green smoothie recipe on my blog if you’d like to check out!

    Love your blog! xox

    Much love, Aman <3

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  7. AvatarEmina

    Might sound gross, but is seriously delicious…and a very easy way of sneaking some greens into your breakfast.

    1 ripe banana, 2 handfulls of spinach, tiny splash of water or almond milk (just to get things going in the blender). Blend and pour into bowl, add chia and let it expand for a bit. That’s my base and I usually add some Greek yoghurt, fruit and chopped walnuts.

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  8. AvatarMal

    I tried making this last night letting it sit until the morning and it was like cement! Not pudding like at all lol … I followed the recipe exactly, where did I go wrong?!

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