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I first fell in love with the blueberry-cardamom combination when I found Sweetly Raw’s recipe for Blueberry Cardamom Cake a few years back. Then, two weeks ago I had a punnet of blueberries in the fridge and thought the combination would be yummy as a chia seed pudding but round one of experimentation didn’t go so well, cardamom is a tricky beast.
Encouraged by some interest in the concept on Facebook, I raided the market of organic blueberries on sale on Friday, bought me a big tub of chia seeds and set out for round two for Sunday breakfast and I think I’m on to something worth sharing!
This recipe is nut-free for those people who can’t / don’t eat them. I also think it would be good with a cup of soaked cashews as per my recipe for plain chia seed pudding if you can eat them and like a thicker texture.
Ingredients (makes 4 servings)
I’m currently eating it for breakfast but also think it would work as a dessert.
Guide: raw vegan | whole food, plant based | gluten-free | sugar-free | soy-free
Cardamom is such a nice addition here!
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This blueberry-cardamom chia seed pudding is so great. I want to try this healthy recipe. , it looks very delicious. I love also your ingredients it is easy to serve. Thanks for this amazing blog. Perfect for a meal.