Sunday, June 29, 2008

Chia Goji Pumpkin Seed Muesli

so light and refreshing and so yummy!

soak about 2 teaspoons of chia seeds in about 1/2 cup of water.
soak a handful of goji berries, just to cover so water soaks into berries and puffs them up.
when chia is jelled and goji's are puffed, mix together.
add some pumpkin seeds and sweeten with agave.

it's pretty and delicious.


Ingrid said...

Jessica Hi!!! Once upon a time before I transitioned to raw, I used to make a simple goji berry soup. This recipe has a bit more going on, I must try it - thank you for sharing.

Thank you for stopping by my blog today. I am so glad you did because now I know about you and your blog.

Congratulations on your marriage and welcome home. Italy is such a beautiful country. Ciao!

Lesley Anne said...

YUM talk about a ton of energy in one bowl, what a great way to start your day. I will have to try this one out. Looks great!

Kendra said...

Hi Jessica - thanks for checking out my blog. I love yours - and I am so jealous you were in Italy. It sounds fabulous. :)

Penni said...

This is a marvelous idea and I will make this up today since I have all of the ingredients on hand. I bet it would be great soaked in a rich nut milk as well....yummy!

Welcome back!

HiHoRosie said...

Thanks for swinging by and commenting on my blog! :)

And your goji muesli looks great! So colorful and cheery. It'd be a great way to start the day.

Ooh and I'm so jealous of your trip to Italy. Looks absolutely fabulous! Sounds so wonderful. Congrats on the nuptials!

Gina said...

What a unique and inviting dish, thank you!

Juicer Josh said...

Whoa! That sounds really good! I cant wait to try it! I love Goji berries plain but I really want to try this.

Juicer Josh said...

I used this recipe to make a goji berry puree with my new Vitamix 4500. It was a great but a little tart. I'm definitely going to add some more agave next time. I feel soooo good afterwards :)