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November 19, 2022

Chia Seed Pudding

Laura’s Chia Seed Pudding will help kick-start your day on the right foot.

Laura's Chia Seed Pudding

Laura’s Chia Seed Pudding will help kick-start your day on the right foot. For Laura, part of the fun of cooking is the therapeutic process of putting it all together. Presentation is key but it doesn’t mean her dishes will lack flavor and this one is no exception. This chia seed pudding can be made according to what you have in your pantry or fridge.

INGREDIENTS:
- Green Apples
- Chia Seeds
- Oat Milk
- Plant Based Yogurt

INSTRUCTIONS

PREPPING THE APPLES

1. Cut off the top 1/4 of the apple and scoop out an inch diameter of the core.

*Tip: adjust the size of diameter depending on how big the apple is! Scoop out enough to create an inch wide border around the core.

2. Thinly slice the top of the remaining ¾ of the apple to create the layers inside. Cut the slices in half.

3. After cutting enough slices, scoop out the remainder of the apple core to create a ¼ inch border.

*Tip: Feel free to mash the remainders and add to the yogurt mixture!

4. Layer and alternate the thin slices along the inside of the apple to create a rose-like shape.



PREPPING THE PUDDING


1. Soak overnight (or at least an hour) chia seeds with oat milk. 2 tablespoons of chia seeds for ever half cup of milk. Add more milk for a thinner consistency. Stir until seeds are evenly distributed – no clumps!

2. Add in plant based yogurt of your choice. Depending on your thickness preference, add more or less for your ideal consistency.



PREPPING THE TOPPING

1. Sauté pumpkin seeds in a tablespoon of honey until lightly toasted.

Spoon the pudding mixture into the apples and top off with the candied pumpkin seeds. Pair the dish with a shot of celery juice for a refreshing start to your morning.

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