UseHave you ever tasted chia pudding? This delicious and light dessert has been the undisputed Instagram protagonist and its main ingredient is, obviously, the chia. These seeds, however, are perfect for lots of other things: to give crunchiness to biscuits, added to yogurt and muesli, to enrich salads, to prepare tasty fruit smoothies or to make fruit salads even more enjoyable. Moreover, they are also appetizing added to cereals, soups, broths and porridge. We suggest a 15g (about 2 spoons) maximum daily intake.
Organic chia seeds.
It may contain traces of: soy, sesame and celery.
200gr Pack (7,05 OZ)
200gr Tray (7,05 OZ)
Nutrition facts per 100g:
Did you know...
Chia seeds are obtained from a sort of vegetable called Salvia hispanica, very popular and used in the center and in the south of America. The chia grows naturally in Mexico and in Bolivia and its seeds, with mais, beans and amaranth, were basic food for populations as Aztec.