As a fan of all things sour, the pomegranate has always been one of my favorite fruits. Of course, it’s a hassle getting the seeds out but it’s totally worth it. I used to spend ages deseeding a fruit and then eat all the seeds in one sitting with a spoon. It’s the only way…Details
There was a time when our little one was just over a year old when we mostly ate rice. It is consistent enough to categorize as real food and tiny and soft enough not to require too much chewing. Out of the many recipes we made one kept consistently returning to our menu and still…Details
I am most definitely a breakfast person. I cannot go long without food in the morning so for me, this is the most essential meal. That being said, during the week I don’t really have time to prepare one. Which is why my breakfast of choice is something that can be prepared the night before.…Details
Have you noticed how oats have become by far the most popular cereal? They are everywhere these days. Pinterest and Instagram are full of oats pictures, mostly overnight oats in cute little jars. There is a never-ending list of combinations and ideas on blogs everywhere and store shelves are full of oats and oatmeal in…Details
Before we go into the recipe let’s take a moment and marvel at the wonder of chia seeds, the basic ingredient of a chia pudding.
Chia seeds are seeds from the plant Salvia Hispanica and they pack an amazing nutritional punch. They are rich in antioxidants, contain a lot of protein and almost all of the carbs in them are fiber, so they’re a very good option even on a low-carb or ketogenic diet. Here’s their nutritional value in nutshell (values per 100g):
Even though cold season should officially be over by now I’m still battling one and i have been for about two weeks now. So I thought it was about time to put an end to it. With a delicious overdose of vitamin C.
This is what i put together: