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Chia pudding recipe with cashews and blueberries

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Your brain is going to love this recipe because it has:

āœ”ļøchia seeds- resent study showed that compounds extracted from chia seeds could lower the inflammatory activity of brain immune cells called microglia

āœ”ļøblueberries -randomized, blind controlled studies in humans (elderly people and children) also demonstrated improved memory after blueberry supplementation

āœ”ļøcinnamon - merely smelling cinnamon can improve performance several types of memory tasks



āœ…1 cup of cashews soaked overnight

āœ…2 cups of fresh or frozen blueberries

āœ…2-4 cups of water (depending on the thickness you want to obtain)

āœ…4 tbsp of chia seeds

āœ…1 tsp Vanilla extract

āœ…1 tsp cinnamon


ā–ŖļøRinse the cashews and place them in the blender.

ā–ŖļøAdd water to the blender (as much or as little as you would like depending on thickness desired).

ā–ŖļøBlend until smooth.

ā–ŖļøPour into the bowl, and add chia seeds, cinnamon, and vanilla extract.

ā–ŖļøMix well and then leave for 1 hour (if you prefer it as a summer dessert, place it in the fridge)

ā–ŖļøServe with blueberries.


Makes 3 servings.


In total: 1148 kcal

ā–«ļøProtein: 32g

ā–«ļøCarbohydrates: 112g

ā–«ļøNet carbs: 81g

ā–«ļøFat: 72g


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