Where Do Chia Seeds Come From

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It is a common knowledge nowadays that chia seeds come from a certain plant called Salvia Hispanica, which grows in Mexico. It has been used in the early times and even way back the Aztec and the Mayan cultures where they heavily used chia seeds as like the present time lipovitan, red bull, and other related energy drinks. In the past decade, the knowledge about the benefits and uses of chia seeds has not been largely known in other countries other than in Mexico. In the past decade, the knowledge about the benefits and uses of chia seeds has not been largely known in other countries other than in Mexico.

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Overnight Oats With Chia Seeds

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Slice strawberries and add when ready to eat. ¼ recipe is 183 calories, 5.7 g fat, Please feel free to add more healthy ingredients to our overnight oatmeal with chia seeds but do it in moderations and one new ingredient at a time. This will ensure that the taste will not greatly affect as you wanted it too or you can control how the taste of it will come out. Yesterday, I published a recipe adding chia seeds to coffee, please check it here: Who Else Wants A Chia Seeds In Coffee?. You can also find the latest of my recipes here: My Latest Recipes

You can also find the latest of my recipes here: My Latest Recipes



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Who Else Wants A Chia Seeds In Coffee?

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The chain recognized via: aol To be honest, I have been enjoying chia seeds in my coffee for a long time now and I am just amazed and very happy that I can tell myself that what I am doing so far is great 🙂 I know you get me, right? Anyway, if you want a delicious muffin, please read my post: Banana Chia Muffins Thanks for reading this article and please watch out in my next article real soon 🙂

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Banana Chia Muffins – Healthy, Delicious, and Easy to Make

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Stir in eggs, butter and milk. Fold into the flour mixture until just combined. 3. Divide mixture among muffin holes. Bake for 20 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean. Note: There is a good educational site that featured very delicious cooking, you can check them at https://tastytufts.com Extras: For a healthier option I substituted stevia for the caster sugar. I also added cacao nibs on top of the muffins for a little chocolate taste. Credits: Perfect Pelvic Floor Here is the finished product of banana chia seeds: Did I tell you that it is just very easy to prepare?

This will make them awe when they will know how easy it is to prepare and how healthy it is because of the nutrition packed chia seeds. Of course, this will as well good for kids who really love to eat muffins - this time, it will be a healthier version of it. Please stay tune for my next chia seed recipe



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