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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey'sMummy View Post
    Chia pudding (chia seeds soaked overnight in almond milk with a little vanilla) is a winner for breakfast here.

    & other than that, I put chia into everything - any baking (muffins cakes etc); casseroles, pasta sauces etc, hamburger patties, zucchini slice, quiches.....you don't even know they're there, & it's a great way to get calcium into my dairy intolerant child
    I made this pudding for breakfast this morning! YUM!!!!
    Thanks for the hot tip!
    I'm a total convert!

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    I made the pudding but it was too much like a dessert for my liking. Yummy, but not breakfast for me.

    I made the chicken patties with quinoa and added cumin, spinach and carrot when blitzing it. Yummo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAT2561 View Post
    What amounts of Chia if its being added to things? How much would you put in a toddler's normal porridge and how much in a stew? Thanks!

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    I put a tablespoon of chia seeds in my toddlers oats.

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    I add chia seeds to muffins, pikelets, bread...pretty much everything I bake.

    Quinoa I use for a really yummy risotto. The other night I had leftover cooked quinoa (I had served it instead of rice with a stir fry) and I mixed it with sautéed onion and garlic, grated up carrot and zucchini and added an egg and topped with cheese and baked in the oven. Was delicous

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