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PB&J Chia Seed Pudding

This week I started back on my Macro tracking. I wanted to share my favorite meal prep recipes that keep me on track. They are super tasty and very nutritious and fit right into your numbers. Today I'm sharing my favorite Chia Seed Pudding recipe. When I first made Chia Pudding I was underwhelmed, it was bland and I needed something to spice it up. Going on a diet or eating healthier doesn't have to be boring. Make it interesting and tasty and you're 10x more likely to stick to your weight loss goals.

I also LOVE any recipe that requires PB&J. I didn't want the extra fat with regular peanut butter, powdered peanut butter is the best thing since sliced bread! Don't you agree? If you haven't tried, get your little booty to the grocery store right now. You NEED this in your life.

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We are in week 5 of our BIKINI SHRED challenge. You girls have been crushing your workouts and I love seeing your check-ins in the app. Keep it up! Today is Lower Body Shred(push focus). My tushy is still burning from Monday's workout Booty Shred 2!

Take some time to foam roll before your workout to get warmed up.

According to WebMD Chia seeds are an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, and powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants found in chia seeds can help to fight free radicals in your body. Free radicals cause oxidative stress and cell damage. Eating foods rich in antioxidants may help to reduce your risk of developing many health issues associated with free radicals, including heart disease, cognitive decline, and certain types of cancer.


Chia seeds provide many essential nutrients, including:

· Iron


Just a few reasons why you should add Chia Seeds to your menu this week!






PB&J Chia Seed Pudding


Makes 4 mini servings or 2 regular servings

(perfect for Meal Prep 😉)


INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

  1. Combine almond milk, coconut milk, maple syrup, powdered PB, Cinnamon, and salt and whisk until well blended. Then add Chia Seeds, and whisk well. Set a timer for 3min. and let them sit. Chia Seeds will thicken the pudding. Then pour in 4 small mason jars, top with Strawberries, and place in the fridge. Eat within 4 days.

  2. Extra toppings you can try are unsweetened coconut flakes, berries, chia seeds, and dark choc nibs.

  3. Enjoy!! Leave us a comment if you'll try this one out!





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