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Raw Orange Chia Seed Breakfast Pudding

I have been having a craving for oranges lately. Big juicy oranges. Maybe it is because we are actually starting to get hints of spring, or maybe because I just need some citrus. I also was longing for some new and interesting breakfast ideas. It’s been a long winter! I bought a big bag of oranges and put together this raw food recipe for Orange Chia Seed Breakfast Pudding. It’s a hit. Honestly, you could eat it any time of the day but it made a beautiful breakfast for me this morning. I topped this with the granola recipe from Rawmazing Transitional Foods.




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  1. Susan wrote on April 11, 2011

    Jeani, thank you for taking the time to write and let me know. You really made my day and touched my heart and actually brought tears to my eyes.

  2. Jeani wrote on April 11, 2011

    Susan ~
    My 79 year old mother lives with me, and she suffers from dementia. She doesn’t always recognize utensils, or food items, (or people, animals, cars, etc.). She sits in the kitchen and watches me and askes lots of questions. This morning, she didn’t recognize fresh garlic. She used to be a great cook, and loved to eat, so her lack of recognition sometimes makes me sad.
    Anyway, I made this pudding today, and she had no idea what chia is, so we talked about that while I worked in the kitchen. When it was ready, and she tasted it, she first said “Mmmmm”.
    Then she tasted more and said me it tasted like an orange creamsicle tapioca .. I was shocked that she came up with that so fast and was totally confident in her statement. She wanted to know how I heard of that, so I told her, and showed her your site on the computer. She thinks that we must be good friends for you to send me such wonderful recipes, and beautiful pictures. I told her that you and I have never met, or spoken, but she insists we must have.
    So, your site will be another way for me to bring her some beauty and goodness.
    I apologize for the length of this ‘comment’. :- )
    Thank you again for what you do.

  3. Annie wrote on April 8, 2011

    Hi ! Can we just put those two oranges without the peel in the blender without juicing them? It will blend easily in a vitamix…

    • Susan wrote on April 9, 2011

      You can try it. It will probably off set the other ingredients and change the taste and proportions. Plus, you won’t have as much orange flavor.

  4. Jay wrote on April 8, 2011

    My partner and I discovered Chia seed about a year or so ago and are always looking for new recipes to try. I have to say this one is just great! Very tasty and really healthy!

  5. Roberta wrote on April 7, 2011

    I have been trying your recipes for a month now and I am extremely pleased! Are all the daily recipes you put on the site included in the Raw Food Recipes section? I would like to be able to access them at a later date to keep trying them! Thanks! 🙂

    • Susan wrote on April 7, 2011

      They go in as I have time to update them. You can always bookmark a recipe or use the search function, or search under categories, or….buy the book!

  6. Nadia wrote on April 7, 2011

    Oh, I’m a bit late, but still… Happy birthday! 🙂
    What makes life interesting is the opportunity your dreams to come true, I wish all of your dreams to be fulfilled! 🙂

    • Susan wrote on April 7, 2011

      Thank you so much for the birthday wishes!

  7. Lila wrote on April 6, 2011

    HHAAPPYY BBIIRRTTHHDDAAYY!!!!!!! Thanks for the yummy recipe!

  8. Dot D. wrote on April 6, 2011

    How much almond milk do you get from this mixture when squeezed thru the milk bag?

    • Susan wrote on April 6, 2011

      Exactly enough for the recipe! Honestly, probably about 3/4 cup?


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