I recently discovered chia pudding as a healthy breakfast, dessert or snack idea. Due to the success of my Smooth Chocolate Chia Pudding, I decided to take a turn with vanilla chia pudding. You may top the pudding with fruits, nuts, seeds or other favorite toppings. I chose a nutty theme with ground nutmeg, hazelnuts, raw cacao nibs and hemp seed hearts.
I recently received a sample of Hemp Hearts from Manotoba Harvest through the Sweat Pink Ambassador Program through Fit Approach. Hemp Hearts make a nutty nutrient-rich topping for yogurt, smoothies, salads, cereals and chia pudding!
One lucky Feeling Fit reader will win a free 2-ounce sample of Hemp Hearts. The two-ounce size indicates that it contains one serving, but since I use the Hemp Hearts as a topping or garnish it lasts considerably longer. To enter, simply comment on this post and enter through the giveaway widget. The winner will be randomly selected among valid comments.
Vanilla Spice Chia Pudding Recipe
This chia pudding recipe is a little smoother than traditional chia seed pudding, though not as smooth as the smooth chocolate chia pudding recipe that I posted last Summer. The color is darker than your usual vanilla as it uses dark chia seeds and vanilla bean powder (mentioned in this post).
Enter To Win A Free Package of Hemp Hearts:
Where to Find Hemp Hearts:
Hemp Hearts are available from the Manitoba Harvest Website And also on Amazon…