- 20 grams chia seed
- 10 grams Chia Bran
- 30 grams Linseeds
- 30 grams Sunflower Kernels
- 30 grams almonds
Place all ingredients into TM bowl and blitz for 4-6 seconds on speed 8. Be careful not to over process as you will end up with a seed/nut paste.
If you dont have Chia bran then just use 30g of Chia seed.
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Chia seeds and bran can be purchased from most health food stores. Check out the website at www.thechiaco.com.au
We use my Chia boosted C-LSA blend in everything. We put it in a lidded shaker tin with large holes stored on a shelf in the fridge the kids can reach. We have it on our porridge, in smoothies, cakes, bread and biscuits etc. Our children love shaking the ‘nuts’ on their bowl of fruit and yoghurt or breakfast. They will not start eating breakfast without their ‘nuts’ on top. In my experience when children serve themselves they feel more in control of their choices. As a result they often will tuck into food with little fuss J. This is such a blessing with fussy eaters, especially at the toddler stage! It is a great easy source of added protein in your meal.
If you don't have chia bran just replace it with chia seeds
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