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Chia seeds form a gel when soaked in liquid so they help to make a dessert similar to tapioca pudding and fill you up! Top the dessert with coconut and raisins or fresh fruit.

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 475ml milk
  • 80g chia seeds
  • 1 tablespoon caster sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened desiccated coconut (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons raisins (optional)

MethodPrep:5min ›Extra time:8hr10min chilling › Ready in:8hr15min

  1. Combine milk, chia seeds, sugar and vanilla extract in a bowl; let sit about 10 minutes. Stir the mixture, cover the bowl with cling film and refrigerate 8 hours to overnight.
  2. Top the dessert with coconut and raisins to serve (optional).

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by Kman

This is a nice, healthy recipe that I like to have for breakfast sometimes. I've used regular milk, and I've also used almond milk which turns out really tasty. Instead of sugar I use stevia, and I add about 4 tsp of cocoa powder to make it a chocolate pudding. Berries go really well on top. PS- the more chia you add per amount of liquid, the thicker the pudding is/ the more the chia gells up.-26 Jul 2012

by Patti Beaman Fix

Let this set overnight at most - if left longer it starts to take on a very strong grain taste and the texture goes from tapioca-like to frog egg-like. It gives some variety to the chia menu I suppose. However, if I make it again I'll make a half batch to avoid keeping it around too long.-02 Oct 2012

6 Decadent (But Healthy!) Chia Seed Dessert Recipes

Chia seeds are a powerhouse of nutrients. They’re loaded with protein, Omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber. Plus they’re packed with calcium, magnesium and manganese. They’re also gluten-free! When chia seeds are soaked in liquid, they turn into a decadent creamy texture that’s ideal for dessert recipes. So as we enter this festive fall and holiday season, here are my favorite good-for-you chia seed dessert recipes, whether you want to enjoy them during a cozy night at home or impress your friends at the next dinner party.

Chocolate Chia Mousse

Pour 1 (12 oz) can of coconut cream into a blender, add 1/4 cup of chia seeds, 1/4 cup of maple syrup and 1/2 cup of cacao powder. Let it sit in the blender for 10 minutes, allowing the chia seeds to swell up to 10 times their size. Once it has formed a tapioca consistency, purée for 30 seconds or until smooth. Pour into serving cups and let it set for 4 hours. Top with fresh cherries.

Chia Pudding with Kiwi and Pomegranate Seeds

Place 3 tbsp of chia seeds in a mason jar and pour 12 oz of almond milk over them. Shake the jar until the chia seeds are fully immersed in the liquid. Let it sit for 15 minutes. Once seeds have swelled to a tapioca consistency, stir in 1 tsp of coconut sugar. Pour into a serving bowl and top with chopped kiwi fruit and pomegranate seeds.

Raspberry Coconut Chia Pops

Place 3 tbsp of chia seeds in a mason jar and pour a 12 oz can of coconut milk over them. Shake the jar until the chia seeds are fully immersed in the liquid. Add 1 tbsp of coconut sugar and 3/4 cup of raspberries. Stir well. Let chia pudding set for 2 hours then pour into ice pop molds and freeze overnight.

Raw Cherry Chia Bars

In a food processor, add the following:

• 1 cup raw pecans
• 1/2 cup dried cherries
• 1/3 cup almond butter
• 1/4 cup raw pumpkin seeds
• 2 tbsp chia seeds
• 2 tbsp maple syrup
• 1/4 cup of shredded coconut

Grind until a paste is formed, about 2 minutes. Add mixture to a baking try and place in the refrigerator for 2 hours. Slice into bars and serve.

Lemon and Mango Chia Parfait

Place 3 tbsp of ground white chia seeds in a mason jar and pour a 12 oz can of coconut milk over them. Add a pinch of vanilla bean, 1 tsp lemon zest and 3 tbsp maple syrup. Let it sit for 30 minutes or overnight until thick. Pour into serving glasses then top with freshly sliced mango.

Are Chia Seeds Healthy For The Keto Diet?

Chia seeds have been getting a lot of positive press lately. They are quite the super food and make a perfect addition to the low carb diet because they are all fiber (source).

These seeds help control blood sugar levels by slowing the conversion of starches to sugar and they are packed with omega-3. The complete protein in chia seeds helps raise energy levels and many people find they curb hunger to help lose weight.

While they are a trendy superfood, they sure do deliver the goods: healthy fat, beneficial for blood sugar, low carb, and energy infusing. It&rsquos not hard to understand why they&rsquove become such a big deal!

myWW Weight Watchers Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding Recipe!

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WOW, so much has happened in the last few months! Let me just dust some of the cobwebs off here so we can play catch-up…

I can’t believe it’s been 6 months since I last wrote a blog post on here…I must be off my rocker. A lot has happened since last August – Weight Watchers is no longer named Weight Watchers but WW, I traveled throughout Europe for 2 weeks, became unemployed, and lost over 60lbs < the later being majorly thrown off by the holidays, unfortunetly >.

And let’s not forget all the WW recipes I tried over the last few months. In fact, trying new recipes is one of my WW Goals/Resolutions this 2019.

One breakfast < or dessert >I’ve always been interested in trying was chia seed pudding, especially due to the major health benefits chia seeds contain. High in fiber, antioxidents & Omega-3? Hello New Year, New Me < rhyme intended >!

After doing some inspirational digging, I came across the most simple, basic Chia Seed recipe I could find by Eating Bird Food, and tweaked it to be more WW Friendly. So without any further ado, here is how I make my Weight Watchers Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding!

Vanilla Chia Pudding With Blueberries

This vanilla chia pudding can be served for breakfast, snack or dessert and will accommodate most diets. This plant-based recipe is nutrient-packed and takes 5 minutes to prepare using only six ingredients.

This simple to make creamy vanilla chia pudding with blueberries is gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo, acceptable for a raw diet and super tasty. Not to mention healthy! For more breakfast ideas check out our complete list of gluten-free breakfast recipes.

Chia seeds have astounding health benefits…

Chia seeds have become the staple of the modern diet. This tiny naturally gluten-free seed is another superfood that nutritionists highly recommend including in our diet.

Let’s look at some chia key points. One tablespoon of chia seeds has two grams of protein and five grams of fiber…very impressive. Including chia in a plant-based diet is especially beneficial because of the protein.

Chia seeds also contain several vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, vitamin A, omega 3 fatty acids… to name a few. Incorporating chia into a well-balanced diet will help our body stay healthy and energized.

The blueberries…

Blueberries not only taste delicious, but they are super healthy. This is why blueberries are called a superfood. A healthy diet will impact how you feel, look, and help you live longer.

Blueberries are well known for their antioxidant and phytonutrient properties. These small berries are not shy of vitamin C and potassium, making them an excellent choice to add to your diet. Blueberries can lower your risk of cancer and heart disease. But mostly, they are known for their anti-inflammatory properties.

Breakfast never looked this easy! You can make vanilla chia pudding in advance, having it ready for when you are. In this recipe, I used blueberries, but you can use any berry or other fruit. The vanilla adds a nice touch giving this pudding that extra deliciousness.

Just add and mix and create your version of a delicious healthy chia pudding. I often add a dollop of yogurt and some seeds and nuts for a more satisfying snack. Enjoy!

  • Use good quality or homemade plant-based milk. Since the majority of the chia pudding is made from the milk you use, using one that tastes good is essential for tasty chia pudding!
  • If you prefer a richer creamier chia pudding, opt for coconut milk . Coconut m ilk naturally has more fat in it and will give you a creamier chia pudding.
  • Make sure to whisk all the ingredients together well so you don’t get clumps of chia seeds in your pudding.
  • For best results, place in the fridge overnight to “gel“. This will really give the chia seeds plenty of time to absorb all the liquid and will give you the best texture.
  • If your chia pudding seems too thick after removing it from the fridge, add more plant-based milk, a couple of tablespoons at a time and mix it in until you have your preferred consistency.

If you tried this Classic Vanilla Chia Pudding or any other recipe on the blog let me know how you liked it by leaving a comment/rating below! Be sure to follow along on Pinterest, Instagram and Facebook for even more deliciousness!

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Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding

So… I’m on a healthy recipe kick this week on the blog! Could you tell? I made this Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding for the first time last week, and absolutely LOVED it! I’ve made a few chia pudding recipes in the past, but none were successful until this recipe. I have a few tips for you that should make it thicken nicely and come out with a pudding-like consistency. I think this would be lovely as a healthier dessert, but honestly… I’ll be eating it for breakfast! There are no refined sugars in this lovely dish – just a little pure maple syrup to sweeten things up!

I actually plan on making this pudding again tonight, in preparation for my son Ryan’s 10th Birthday on Friday! Since the poor guy has to go to school, I thought he could at least start his day on a tasty note!

Allow the pudding mixture to sit on the counter for 30 minutes. Stir occasionally so that the seeds don’t settle on the bottom. By the end of the 30 minutes, the mixture should resemble a thinner pudding consistency with chia seeds evenly distributed throughout.

Refrigerate the pudding overnight. By morning it will be perfectly chilled, thick, and completely delicious! Top with fresh berries, sliced almonds, and a drizzle of pure maple syrup.

Finally, report back to us and let us know how you liked the recipe! I promise, it will be a healthy staple in your house! Enjoy!

40 Paleo Chia Seed Puddings to Try

Chia pudding is trendy and popular these days, because it makes a great make-ahead breakfast, dessert, or snack that’s high in protein and super nutritious, but also tasty. My favorite thing about chia pudding is that you can customize the flavors with different fruit and extract combinations. Try some of these delicious and super easy paleo-friendly chia pudding recipes! They can also be a great way to get your family to eat chia seeds, which is always a bonus.

1. Chocolate Chia Pudding
This beautifully layered double-flavor, chia pudding is my favorite way to eat chia pudding. It is super simple, wholesome and works as a healthy dessert or snack.

2. Mango Chia Pudding Parfaits
I’m a huge fan of these layered parfait chia puddings because I think they add a lot that chia pudding is often missing in the way of aesthetics. This version has bright and cheerful flavors like ginger, vanilla, mango, lime, and toasted coconut, raspberries, and fresh mint on top.

3. Toasted Coconut Chia Pudding
Speaking of toasted coconut, this tropical chia pudding has just that! You’ll need shredded coconut (you’ll toast it yourself, so raw is fine), coconut milk, maple syrup, vanilla extract, chia seeds, and optional caramelized bananas made with coconut oil and coconut sugar.

4. Mango Lime Chia Pudding
Despite the fancy flavor, this is one of the simplest chia pudding recipes I’ve ever seen. You’ll need full fat coconut milk, chia seeds, mangoes, and limes. Because it doesn’t even require a sweetener, it’s suitable for a Whole30 or even just when you’re trying to get sweeteners down.

5. Easy Energizing Matcha Chia Pudding
This is a great make-ahead breakfast for the end of a week when you’ve been running around a bit too much and need something to cure the aches and exhaustion (along with actual rest, of course). Sweeten with maple syrup and flavor with vanilla. Yum!

6. Vanilla Birthday Cake Chia Pudding
This simple and sweet vanilla chia pudding is lovely when sprinkled with organic sprinkles. The maple syrup and maca add a complex, almost caramel-like flavor that, along with the coconut milk creaminess, really makes it tastes like vanilla birthday cake.

7. Persimmon Chia Pudding
Persimmon is an underappreciated fruit, but there’s no reason why you can’t show it a little kindness by using it in this chia pudding made with vanilla almond milk, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, honey, and maple syrup. No coconut to speak of!

8. Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding
One way to get the creaminess of a coconut milk-based chia pudding without the strong coconut flavor is to combine the coconut milk with almond milk. This recipe does just that, along with chocolate plant protein, maple syrup, fresh berries, and cacao nibs.

9. Cranberry Nut Chia Pudding
This recipe reminds me of old fashioned granola or something homey like that. It’s made with almond extract, chopped pecans, dried cranberries, and actual paleo granola if you want. Just replace the raw cane sugar with coconut sugar and figure out the best ratio for the texture you want.

10. Chocolate Orange Chia Pudding
I love the combination of chocolate and orange: rich, fudgy chocolate along with bright, zest orange. You’ll actually blend this chia pudding up in the blender after it’s been refrigerated, which helps to smooth out the texture—perfect if the texture of chia pudding isn’t your thing.

11. Very Berry Chia Pudding
Just look at the gorgeous purple color of this one! This is an especially kid-friendly flavor (along with chocolate, of course) made with any non-dairy milk you like, chia seeds, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, pure maple syrup, and vanilla extract.

12. Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding Recipe
Here’s a simple coconut-nectar sweetened chocolate chia pudding recipe made with coconut milk and vanilla extract. If you don’t have coconut nectar, use another low-GI sweetener like maple syrup. Top with coconut sugar-sweetened whipped coconut cream!

13. Easy Pumpkin Spice Chia Pudding
Everyone knows how popular pumpkin spice gets to be in the fall, so prepare yourself ahead of time by writing down this pumpkin spice chia pudding recipe made with coconut milk, fresh pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger, vanilla, and more. If you choose to add a sweetener, use maple syrup.

14. Winter Chia Pudding Breakfast Bowl
This breakfast bowl will keep you full until lunch, because it’s decked out with almond or hazelnut milk, vanilla, and toppings like kiwi, banana, dried fruit, hemp seeds, maple syrup, raspberries, and almond butter. Plenty of protein and other nutrients!

15. Chocolate Coconut Chia Pudding
If you’re something who wants to embrace the coconut flavor of your creamy chia pudding, try this recipe with raw cacao powder, medjool dates, chia seeds, and sea salt. It’s blended smooth and topped with toasted hazelnuts, grated chocolate, ground coffee, and more.

16. Chocolate Superfood Rice Pudding
Obviously, since rice isn’t paleo, this rice pudding is a lie. But it’s a delicious, nutritious, absolutely decadent lie, and it’s even made with a vegetable! Along with cinnamon, maple syrup, cacao, vanilla, chia, and maca superfoods. You’ll just have to click to find out the rest!

17. Mixed Berry Chia Pudding
Here’s another super simple, 5-ingredient chia pudding recipe—and that’s if you count a pinch of salt as a whole ingredient. You’ll need coconut milk, fresh or frozen mixed berries (your choice), chia seeds, cinnamon, and a pinch of salt to bring out the flavors.

18. Healthy Pina Colada Chia Parfait
My favorite thing about this recipe is that the fresh pineapple has lots of electrolytes of a hot day, when you need a treat that’s going to nourish you instead of giving you a sugar high. The coconut flakes and coconut milk contribute to the tropical flavors and make everything creamy and yummy. No added sweetener!

19. Peanut Butter Cup Protein Chia Pudding
Obviously you aren’t going to use real peanut butter cups for this recipe, but you’ll use Sunbutter cups as the blogger suggests, or even almond butter cups. Yummy! Add chocolate protein powder (a paleo-friendly version) to make this chia pudding high-protein.

20. Raspberry Chia Pudding
Raspberries are one of my favorite fruits, and I just love their sweet and tart fruity flavor that’s strong enough o take the lead in smoothies and recipe like this chia pudding. It’s got maple syrup and coconut sugar. I would probably also add chocolate chips and vanilla extract.

21. Gingerbread Chia Pudding
If the pumpkin spice chia pudding was perfect for fall, this one is perfect for winter and the holidays. It as a delicious flavor from maple syrup, molasses, vanilla, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, and chia seeds in creamy and delicious coconut milk with plenty of healthy fats.

Photo: Reclaiming Yesterday

22. Chocolate Chia Avocado Pudding With Whipped Coconut Cream
If you’ve been paleo for more than a few days, you’ve probably heard of avocado pudding. This recipe combines the ingredients in chocolate avocado pudding with chia pudding to make a super rich and creamy pudding with lots of healthy fats and protein.

23. Chai-Spiced Chia Pudding Parfaits With Persimmon Puree
Try saying the title of this recipe five times fast! This yummy chia pudding is full of persimmon, cinnamon, garam masala spice, ginger, and black pepper. it’s layered to create a beautiful and taste chia pudding parfait for breakfast, dessert, or a snack.

24. Cranberry Chia Pudding
Cranberry sauce is my absolute favorite part of Thanksgiving—always homemade—and I usually make extra and stash it in the freezer so I can enjoy it a few times throughout the year. This chia pudding with vanilla is the perfect treat to layer with cranberry sauce!

25. Brownie Bottom Mint Chia Pudding
Love chocolate and mint together? You’ll love this chia pudding with a fudgy brownie bottom made from mashed avocado, cocoa powder, agave (or maple syrup), vanilla almond milk, and vanilla extract. The chia pudding on top has a yummy peppermint flavor!

26. Instant Chia Pumpkin Pudding
Medjool dates are the perfect sweetener for these pumpkin pudding cups because they add sweetness without adding liquid, so you end up with a rich and thick pudding. Definitely add plenty of pumpkin spice and cinnamon, even though they’re marked optional!

27. Kaffir Lime and Coconut Chia Pudding With Berries
With tropical kaffir lime leaves infusing the coconut milk with an awesome flavor, this delicious chia pudding is unlike any that you’ve tried before. You’ll also need some fresh strawberries and blueberries to pile on the top. So delicious and healthy, too!

28. Cinnamon Apple Chia Pudding
This is a fancier chia pudding with more of a process to caramelize the apples, but it’s so worth it for an amazing breakfast with vanilla beans, ghee, coconut milk, apple, cinnamon, raisins, shredded coconut flakes, and sea salt to bring out the flavors.

29. Classic Vanilla Chia Pudding
I can sometimes be a classic vanilla kind of girl, and this recipe is perfect for those of us who appreciate a good vanilla pudding. The combination of almond and coconut milks keep it from being too coconutty, while plenty of vanilla extract and maple syrup create the perfect flavor.

30. Blueberry Chia Pudding With Figs, Hazelnuts, and Maple Syrup
The bright blueberry flavor of this chia pudding is perfect with figs, hazelnuts, and maple syrup creating and elegant combination of tastes. Coconut milk makes it creamy while vanilla extract adds an extra depth to the flavor. So elegant and delicious.

31. Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding With Strawberry and Fig
This pudding has a delicate vanilla-almond flavor layered with a combination of strawberry and fig. The fig helps to give the strawberries and extra sweetness. You can use a touch of honey if you need to, but you might find that it’s sweet enough on its own.

32. Chocolate Chia Pudding Pops With Bananas
Frozen chia pudding still counts as chia pudding, right? These amazing pudding pops are made with almond or coconut milk, chia seeds, maple syrup or honey, dark cocoa powder, sliced bananas, and mini chocolate chips or cacao nibs. They’re a great way to get your kids to eat chia seeds!

33. Cashew Chia Cacao Nib Pudding
In this recipe, creamed cashews add a density and richness that’s worth getting excited about. This pudding is sweetened with maple syrup and honey so neither flavor overpowers, along with sea salt, chia seeds, vanilla extract, cocoa powder, and cacao nibs.

34. Raw Cocoa Chia Breakfast
This chia pudding has a yummy chocolaty sauce on the top, which you can add protein to using almond or cashew butter to replace the peanut butter (which is optional, anyway). The banana is the sweetener, so you don’t even need to add anything else.

35. Chocolate Lavender Chia Pudding
Lavender isn’t just for gardens and aromatherapy! Dried culinary lavender lends a lovely flavor to this pudding, which is sweetened with delicious Medjool dates, vanilla extract, and a milk of your choice. Coconut milk would be extra creamy, and almond a more neutral flavor.

36. Mango Tropical Chia Breakfast Pudding
Make yourself an amazing tropical breakfast bowl with fresh or frozen mango flesh, unsweetened coconut milk, dried shredded coconut, chia seeds, vanilla extract, lime juice, and if you even need any sweetener, honey or maple syrup does the trick.

37. Vanilla Chia Pudding With Strawberry Puree
Strawberry vanilla is a classic and delicious combination that kids and adults alike can enjoy. I love the bright colors and flavors of this strawberry puree sweetened with maple syrup and spread over vanilla chia pudding made with yummy cashew milk.

38. Chocolate Cherry Chia Pudding Parfaits
Chocolate and cherry? Yes please. This one is made with any plant or nut milk of your choice, chia seeds, pure maple syrup, raw cacao powder, cacao nibs, and a topping of a sweet cherry chia jam homemade with fresh dark sweet cherries.

39. Pumpkin Apple Chia Pudding
Full of the tastes of fall, this apple and chia pudding is spiced with pumpkin pie spice, maple extract, vanilla extract, and homemade apple butter as well as canned pumpkin (though fresh would be awesome). Make it with coconut milk for a creamy treat.

40. Pineapple Protein Chia Seed Pudding
This chia pudding is rich in protein from the plant-based protein powder, vanilla lucuma flavor. Of course, you could use your favorite paleo-friendly protein powder. Don’t forget the deliciously juicy and spunky pineapple topping! Almond milk adds even more protein.

Special Diet Notes & Options: Vanilla Chia Pudding

By ingredients, this recipe is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, optionally vegan / plant-based, vegetarian, optionally paleo, and generally top food allergy-friendly. Simply choose the sweetener that works best for you.

I’m sharing this recipe with Gluten-Free Wednesdays at Gluten Free Easily. I’m also sharing it with Allergy-Free Wednesdays at Whole New Mom and Tessa the Domestic Diva.

And this vanilla chia pudding with amazing exotic fruit nourishes my body so that I can stay healthy through the holidays! Aside from food, I’m also joining the Holiday Sweat Challenge.

Cinnamon Banana Chia Seed Pudding

If you follow us on Facebook, you know that Jessica and I are starting the year off with another Whole 30! We are both excited. I feel much more prepared than I did last time. I am super excited about the way I’m going to feel in about 2 1/2 or 3 weeks, not so excited about how I’ll feel in the next few days…sigh. But, that’s my bodies way to reminding me about all the junk I put in it over the holidays. But, that’t ok. It tasted great, and shared with friend and family.

My last Whole 30 went pretty well. My hubby did it too. But he travels a lot for work, so I was more stressed about helping him figure out how to eat Whole 30 on the road, than I was for myself. It was kind of a good distraction. But, there were days when I didn’t plan well enough for me, and ended up eating scrambled eggs for all 3 meals. And, well, anyone who has done Whole 30 knows that you are over eggs by week 2. He’s doing it again this time, but I know he can figure it out, so he’s on his own! The best part about this go round is that Jessica and I are doing it at the same time. It’ll be great to share new found recipes, gripe about sugar cravings, and commiserate on the amount of dishes we have to do. But also, at the end, we’ll both be feeling fabulous. I anticipate great things coming out of MCK in February!

On the flip side, my 5 year old daughter is not excited that we’re doing another Whole 30. She loves her traditional oatmeal and Kefir smoothie. Which she asks for almost every morning. I make the oatmeal with almond or coconut milk, but usually add a little honey or maple syrup. I think this time, I’ll let her keep her morning oatmeal, but she will get Whole 30 lunch (in her lunchbox) and dinner. We made a few permanent changes after the last Whole 30 which should make it easier on her to feel like she’s not missing out on things.

I’m starting my Whole 30 on Sunday, so today I’m doing my first weeks menu planning. This chia seed pudding is going to be on my menu. It’s a great plan ahead recipe because it requires 12 hours in the fridge. That means, you make it the night before, then enjoy it for breakfast. The recipe itself is kind of similar to our Overnight Oatmeal, but obviously, this one if Whole 30 approved.

If you’ve never eaten chia seeds before they can take a little getting used to, texture wise. I actually love the texture. Remember that big trend in the mid 2000’s, Bubble Tea? It reminds me of that a little, but tastier. I lived in DC then, and we had one of those Bubble Tea shops, it was always a fun treat. For this recipe, I added banana, blackberries, and cinnamon. But, you could top your pudding with whatever you are in the mood for. Mango is a popular topping, as well as nuts, strawberries, and even avocado.

Over the next month, I’m sure we’ll be sharing lots of Whole 30 recipes. We can’t wait to share our Whole 30 round 2 experience with you all. Also, Jessica did an awesome job of chronically her first Whole 30 – check it out here (there are also a ton of recipes there)

So many of you have commented on this recipe regarding the vanilla extract. As I said in the comments, this is a personal choice for me. I personally like it and honestly don’t always use it. I have read and re-read the Whole 30 book. I find it really helpful for me, to keep things in perspective. Someone also recently recommended this Whole Date Syrup to me. I’ve never tried it but may use it next time I make this recipe. If you’ve tried it, please let me know what you think! I’m so curious.


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