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10 Ways To Use Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are tiny wonders! They contain protein, calcium, Omega-3s, and antioxidants and give you energy, support digestions and even aid in weight loss! Here are some interesting and creative ways to use them:

          1. Grind your chia seeds into a powder and use them as a thickener
          2. If you are vegan or just want to try an egg substitute, use 1 tablespoon of ground chia seeds + 3 tablespoons of water per egg in a recipe that requires baking
          3. Use ground chia seeds instead of breadcrumbs to bind meatballs
          4. Add it to your Overnight Oats recipe – add 1-2 Tbsp to thicken
          5. Make homemade energy gel- add a couple of Tbsp. of chia seeds to a cup of coconut water and let it sit for about 10 minutes. Take that, Gatorade!
          6. Make chia sprouts to add to salads- put some chia seeds in water, drain them and sit them in a jar for a couple of days, every 12 hours add water and drain and in about 2 days you will have little chia sprouts!
          7. Treat your sweet tooth to a quick and healthy snack- chia pudding. Find an easy recipe here- https://recipes.golo.com/index.php/recipe/chia-pudding/
          8. Add chia seeds to your stir fry to get a little extra protein
          9. Add chia seeds to your favorite smoothie recipe for added protein. Try our Triple Berry Smoothie: https://recipes.golo.com/index.php/recipe/triple-berry-smoothie/
          10. Grind chia seeds to make a chia seed flour

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