Chia Recipes – Delicious and Beneficials; diverse Recipes for healthy meals with the “craze factor”
Depending on the preparation of your Chia recipes, you will notice, the consistency of the seed can be very different. Much like linseed or psyllium, they are excellent to soak. That means after only a short period you get a soft, pudding-like consistency.
Equally, Chia seeds can also be used in its dry form, for example, in Chia seed bread, Chia seed rolls, sprinkled over your Chia seed muesli or your salad.
Below I will give you an overview of the most famous Chia seed recipes, which are easily prepared and with only a few resources, which you most likely have already at home.
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Delicious Chia seed recipes:
- Chia gel as a base for smoothies, Chia Pudding and more
- Chia pudding with berry fruit, coconut and mint
- Light Chia Smoothie with oranges, dates, spinach and wheat grass
- Healthy Chia bread with rolled oats, sunflower seeds and linseed
- Protein rich Chia bread with cottage cheese and hemp seed
- Crunchy Chia cereal with nuts, berries, and honey
Her we want to offer you not just the most delicious Chia seeds recipes, which are not only easy to prepare but also taste just incredible. We wish you a good appetite.
Chia gel as a base for smoothies, Chia Pudding and more
Chia gel can be sweetened and flavoured to taste, making it an excellent base for all desserts such as the Chia pudding.
Ingredients for two servings:
- 4 to 5 tbsp. Chia seeds (buy Chia seeds here: Chia Seeds Store)
- 7fl. oz. filtered water or sparkling water
Mix water and seeds in a suitable bowl and stir everything well. Then place it for at least 10 minutes in the fridge. After a short time, the mixture will create a smooth, slightly sticky gel. If you leave your mixture cool for longer, your body will be better able to utilize the beneficial nutrients of the Chia during consumption.
It is advisable to preserve the gel for several hours in the refrigerator to ensure optimal nutrient availability. Once the gel is finished, it will last for two weeks, and can be used to make a Chia pudding at any time.
Chia pudding with berry fruit, coconut and mint
Chia Pudding is a great dessert, breakfast or as a sweet snack for in between. The base recipe for your Chia seed pudding can easily be altered and supplemented with any fruit berries go particularly well here, as well as pineapples, apples, mango or pear will make for an ideal, varied taste. Chia Pudding is also prepared in a very short time so that you can prepare a healthy meal or snack with little effort and few ingredients.
Ingredients for two servings
- 4 to 5 tbsp. Chia seeds (buy Chia seeds here: Chia Seeds Store)
- Approximately 7fl. oz. coconut drink (or almond, oat, rice, hemp or soy drink)
- 1 tablespoon agave nectar (or honey, stevia, raw can- or coconut blossom sugar)
- some ground vanilla, cinnamon or cardamom
- about 3.5 oz. of berries, such as strawberries, bilberries or raspberries
- 4 to 5 small mint leaves
Soak the Chia seeds for about 10 minutes in your coconut drink until they reach this creamy, gel-like consistency. It will be particularly refreshing if you keep it in a cool place or even in the fridge during the soaking period.
As soon as the base is ready, you can add your favourite sweetener and stir it in evenly. If you use honey or agave syrup, you will – depending on the amount – generate an intense, syrupy taste. Coconut blossom sugar gives the Chia Pudding; however, a slightly caramelized note.
If you are particularly calorie aware, you can use dry Stevia leaves as an alternative in your Chia seed pudding. Before you put them in, however, crush them gently between your hands. Now you can spice up your Chia pudding with vanilla, cinnamon or cardamom.
Finally, garnish your Chia pudding with fresh berry fruit and mint leaves to make your meal a feast for the eyes as well. This Chia Pudding recipe is ideal for the raw food vegan cuisine. However, it is also a favorite dessert for people on no particular diet.
Light Chia Smoothie with oranges, dates, spinach and wheat grass
If you combine Chia seeds, fruits and green leafy vegetables, you get a real miracle-mix that supplies your body with wonderful minerals, antioxidants, rapidly available carbohydrates, protein and vitamins. Depending on the amount of single ingredients, your Chia smoothie will have a rather fruity sweet, creamy mild or savory spicy taste. The Chia seeds give your smoothie a more solid consistency. Therefore, it is advisable you use only a small amount of Chia seeds to keep it as smoothly as possible.
Ingredients for a smoothie:
- 1 to 2 tsp chia seeds (buy Chia seeds here: Chia Seeds Store)
- 2 juicy, ripe pears
- 4 pitted dates
- 1 large handful of fresh spinach
- 2 tsp dried wheatgrass powder
GPut all the ingredients in a suitable blender, ideally with enough power and volume capacity. Mix the Chia seed smoothie for about two to three minutes, so that you get a frothy, creamy liquid. Next fill the mixture in a suitable container. Voilà! Your “ultimate nutritional and anti-aging bomb,” which is also optimally suited for the office, school or university is finished.
Healthy Chia bread with rolled oats, sunflower seeds and linseed
This Chia bread recipe is extremely varied. Its ingredients are very flexible. If for example, you cannot digest nuts, or if you want to reduce its fat content, you just can leave them. No problems. The seeds of the Chia plant in itself provide already a ton on health benefits. However, if you add psyllium, those benefits are multiplied manifold.
Therefore, the Chia bread is not only extremely rich in fiber, but also extremely beneficial for your digestion while at the same time superbly nutritional. A true all-rounder! Excellent taste with a positive effect on your stomach and intestines!
Ingredients for a Chia bread:
- 2 teaspoons Chia seeds (buy Chia seeds here: Chia Seeds Store)
- 5 oz. polynuclear oatmeal
- 2 oz. hazelnuts (or walnuts)
- 5 oz. sunflower seeds
- 3.5 oz. linseed
- 4 tablespoons polynuclear oatmeal
- 1 tablespoon agave nectar (or maple or rice syrup)
- 3 tablespoons melted coconut oil
- 3.5 fl. oz. water
Mix first all the dry ingredients in a sufficiently large container or alternatively, directly right into the baking pan. Then stir in the syrup, oil, and water in a small bowl and add the finished liquid to the dry ingredients. Now everything has to be stirred well so that the dough for your Chia seed bread can easily smooth out later. After that let the mixture rest in the fridge for at least 2 hours. Only if the dough does not disintegrate or crumble anymore, it is ready for baking.
Pre-heat the oven to about 350°F, then let the finished Chia seed dough bake for 20 minutes. Next, take the Chia bread out of the baking dish and let it bake for another 30 – 40 minutes on the grill until it is golden-brown and crispy. Your Chia bread is now finished. All that is left to do is to let the bread cool down and to put it in a fitting box. The Chia bread will last for about 5 days but also can be stored in the freezer.
Protein rich Chia buns with cottage cheese and hemp seed
This recipe can serve as an excellent source of protein and fat, and on the other hand, contains no carbohydrates. The Chia rolls thus are perfect for a controlled low-carb diet as well as a base for breakfast or snack. However, they also taste delicious outside the “weightless” phase.
Ingredients for five Chia Seed Buns:
- 4 tbsp. Chia seeds (buy Chia seeds here: Chia Seeds Store)
- 3 tbsp. shelled hemp seeds
- 9 oz. Cottage Cheese
- 2 eggs
- 2.30 oz. of oat bran
- 0.8 oz. of coconut flour
- 0.5 oz. grape seed flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 teaspoon salt
Pre-heat the oven to about 350°F. In the meantime, mix all the ingredients into a smooth dough. Then form your Chia rolls with your hands and put them into the baking dish. For your convenience place baking paper in the bottom and bake for about 25 minutes, or until they have a nice golden-brown color. Use a fork to check your Cia seed rolls if they are ready. If the surface is resistant and crisp, they are ready for consumption.
Crunchy Chia cereal with nuts, berries, and honey
Conventional cereal and crunchies often contain undesirable ingredients such as refined sugar. Therefore, the Chia seed muesli is much more recommendable for a healthy diet. A homemade Chia Crunchy is prepared in only a few steps, is great for a filling breakfast and can be easily stored.
Ingredients for a crunchy Chia Seed Muesli:
- 3 tbsp. Chia seeds (buy Chia seeds here: Chia Seeds Store)
- 7 oz. oatmeal
- 2 tbsp. flaxseed
- 1 tbsp. vegetable oil
- 2 tbsp. honey (or agave nectar, rice or maple syrup)
- 3 tbsp. chopped walnuts
- 3 tbsp. dried strawberries, bilberries or raspberries
- 3 tbsp. dried goji berries
Pre-heat the oven to about 150 degrees and carefully mix in all the ingredients except the dried berries. Make sure that everything is well moistened with honey and oil. Next prepare a tray with baking paper and spread the finished mixture evenly on the entire sheet. This crunchy Chia seed mixture needs to be baked for 30 minutes for it to be crunchy. Turn it over once while baking.
Next put your crunchy Chia cereals and let it completely cool out. Only then include the berries and mix everything thoroughly. This crunchy Chia muesli you can eat either the way it is or in combination with other cereal flakes and complement its taste milk or vegetable drink.
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