Chia is fast becoming one of the most sort after health ingredients making its way into all sorts of recipes from pancakes, to bread, to drinks and desserts.

19 Recipes




Global Cuisine

1 review

These delicious muesli bars are packed full of goodness and they taste great too, my daughter loves them so much she won't eat store bought ones anymore.

Recipe by: leekee

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These pancakes are super simple to make, gluten free, dairy free, and healthy. The pancakes are super smooth to eat and taste divine. The chia seeds option provides an extra health boost and a more interesting texture that is slightly crunchy.

Recipe by: babyasha

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This is a refined sugar free recipe. I wanted something healthier than store bought snacks, cheap to make and super tasty! This is what I came up with...

Recipe by: Simoncase

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I adjusted an existing recipe to make it more of what I was looking for in taste and with the addition of healthy ingredients for my family … who aren’t big on eating healthy ingredients so I need to hide them :)

Recipe by: KimMagr

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This bread is so crispy and yummy that you will not be able to stop. I made when I was sick. I just felt like something healthy. I nailed it, just by accident. Try it, it's simple and yummiest ever.

Recipe by: Kaśka

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Sunday afternoons are lazy and rest days for me now... so I decided to design a tasty protein ball snack. No baking required.

Recipe by: foodtechnologyteacher

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Sugar free, delicious, filling and healthy. Eat this with yoghurt and grated apple, or sliced banana etc.

Recipe by: tracer2

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As part of my New Years Resolution to be more creative and use less packaged items in my childrens lunch boxes for school I remembered my fav, Bliss Balls. But, well, bliss balls aren't particulary appealing for children. So, here is my take on something more enjoyable for children. P.S. The best part is that they can help you make them :)

Recipe by: arentyoucute

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As part of my New Years resolution to use less prepackaged food in my kids lunchbox, well, I have had to come up with some ideas for unique, tasty, fun food. I may have one of the most stubborn and picky eaters in the country. My other cherub eats anything you give her. So, lunch box packing can sometimes be rather difficult. One loves variety and doesn't like boring food. The other, well, he can eat the same thing every day and be content.

Recipe by: arentyoucute

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I love finding ways to add a little oomph in nutrition to my kiddos favourite treats. We have become big users of chia, and heck, just to keep everyone's insides working well, we add a tidbit of psyllium husk. The bonus is that you can buy Chia at Coles now and a little goes a long ways.

Recipe by: arentyoucute

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