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Fig and Rosewater Chia Pudding


I first tried chia seeds when I started getting into green smoothies last year.  I wanted to know what all the fuss was about.  At that time, all I knew was that chia seeds were those those things from Chia Pets that you may have had as a kid!  They are actually quite the superfood and full of nutrients, antioxidants, omega 3 etc.  

I used to see all these chia seed pudding recipes and was very skeptical but chia seeds soaked overnight with some milk, honey and topped with fresh fruit really is yum and a good option for breakfast or dessert.  

Then I saw this recipe this morning on Beauticate... rose and figs - two of my favourite things!  I definitely want to try this recipe out.  


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