These chia strawberry pudding popsicles are just what I need to ward off the soaring Texas temperatures. Phew! It’s not even summer officially and 90’shave become the norm around here!
The heat aside, I had a pretty good weekend. I just got onto the twitter bandwagon and my favorite Indian chef, (whose show I grew up watching) re-tweeted my tweet!! Woah! (The recipe was this one if you are interested in checking out). This is also the same feeling that inspires me when one of you mails me/leaves comment behind/messages on FB about how my recipe turned out and how it made you and your family happy
Another important news that I would like to share with you all is that my recipe for Quinoa Crust Pizza (most popular on my blog so far with over 1000 FB shares and 9000 pins. Thank you for all the love. I genuinely appreciate it!) was published in the latest issue of Healthy Recipes Magazine. Reciprocating your love, the magazine is sharing with all Yummily Your’s fans, a FREE 3-month subscription! CLICK on the link below and follow the instructions. Thank you once again everyone!
Back to Chia Strawberry Pudding popsicles, chia seeds is considered a superfood with its numerous health benefits. I like following this superfood trend. Not only does it help me innovate, it keeps me healthy! For any of you who are wondering, yes, chia seeds are very much like the basil seeds (falooda). They are both cousins and can be used interchangeably since they lend the same texture to a recipe and entail their own share of health benefits.
While a no-cook chia pudding for breakfast (just the seeds in some almond/coconut milk) has become quite popular among foodies, this recipe is different in a way that it combines the creamy Indian kulfi like texture with the latest chia pudding trend. Add in, a bounty of fresh fruits and you’ve got yourself a true summer delight!
Here’s the recipe for
Chia Strawberry Pudding Popsicles