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Apple Fig Chia Seed Pudding


This mason jar of loveliness tastes just like apple pie :) I got this idea when I was brainstorming ideas for new chia seed pudding flavors. I usually make chocolate peanut butter flavor (that one is in the fridge!) I wanted to branch out using different fruit and fruit combinations.
You must make this ASAP!


2 organic red apples
4 dried figs
2 tbsp of chia seeds
1 cup of almond milk
3 tsp of cinnamon
1 scoop of vanilla protein powder
Add the milk, chia seeds and protein powder to a mason jar and mix well. Put 1 apple in your food processor and process on high. Cut the figs into small pieces and slowly add them to your food processor. The mixture will get a little chewy and thick. Add the fig apple mix to your chia seed pudding and mix well. Add in the cinnamon and mix. Slice the other apple and top your pudding with it. Put the lid on the jar and refrigerate.


The next morning it will be like you're eating apple pie in a jar :)
If you don't have vanilla protein powder, add 3 tsp of vanilla extract or one vanilla bean. You can also add maple syrup if you need more sweetness. I hope you enjoy!!


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