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The most magical Chia Pudding ever!

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Have you ever seen a Chia Pudding more brew-tiful than this? It looks good, but guess what, it tastes even better! So, if you’re looking for something delicious that’s not only a feast for your taste buds, but also for your eyes, then look no further! @Beautyandlifestyle_by_luz came up with the first ever Blue Voodoo Chia Pudding recipe and we simply can’t take our eyes off of it! So, if you’re up for a challenge, we’d love to see you try this at home, and send us lots and lots of pictures. Ready? Set? Go!

For this recipe you’ll need:

2 cups of milk (you can use any milk of your choice, we recommend 2 cups, but you can always add more or less, depending on the consistency you prefer) 
4 tbsp spirulina 
2 tbsp of maple syrup
2 tbsp of Blue Voodoo tea 
1/2 a cup of 80°C water

Method:

To start off, soak the chia seeds with milk for 10-15 minutes (@Beautyandlifestyle_by_luz prefers to leave hers to soak overnight). In the meantime, pop your kettle on and let your tea brew for 2-3mn. We recommend adding a splash of water before pouring the boiling water, in order to protect the tea leaves and avoid any bitterness (we don’t want any of that!)

Once the 3 minutes have passed, strain the tea and pour the brew into your chia pudding mix. Add maple syrup, stir and you are done! The topping is up to you, let’s see how creative you can get! We’ll be here waiting for the photos 😀

Luz Blogger
Instagram : @Beautyandlifestyle_by_luz

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