My friend first told me about chia seeds about four years ago. She would bring it to work, add a teaspoon to a glass of water and drink it. We all thought it was a bit strange, these tiny little seeds, which would expand in the glass but the benefits sounded so nutritious, so I thought I’d give it a go too and I did. These tiny little seeds kept me feeling quite full and I felt like I had more energy so I too started having them in a glass of water. Now years later look at the creative recipes that chia seeds are being used for. Totally different to the water in a glass! I started adding chia seeds to my baked goods and oats, then I started to hear about chia pudding. I must admit, at first I wasn’t a fan and it didn’t appeal to me but now I am hooked as the combinations are endless. It’s so easy to make and you can have for breakfast to start your day or as a snack – the choice is yours! Even my hubby looks forward to his breakfast when he has chia pudding bowls. What i usually do is whip up a batch for a few days and keep in the fridge – then we can just grab and go in the morning. I’d recommend you give this a try.