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Chia Gel

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Chia Gel is an excellent staple to keep in your fridge.  If you want to read more info on chia you can check this post out.  You can also Google “chia” and you will find tons of information about it.


  • 1/3 cup chia seeds 
  • 2 cups water


  1. Stir the mixture well, to avoid clumping, then leave it in your fridge, in a sealed jar.
  2. Shelf life is approx. 3 weeks.


  • You can start to use it within 10 minutes of sitting, but if you allow it to sit for 2+ hours more of the nutrients become easily accessible.
  • This is a wonderful staple to always have on hand.
  • You can add it to smoothies, make salad dressing with it, puddings, cookie batters, and so much more.
  • You can also soak your seeds in your favorite fruit juice, instead of water.
  • Add the gel, between 50% to 75% by volume, to any of the non-bake mentioned foods, mix well and taste. You will notice a very smooth texture with the integrity of the flavor intact. In addition to adding up to 50% to 75% more volume to the foods used, you have displaced calories and fat by incorporating an ingredient that is 90% water. Use as a fat replacer.


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8 thoughts on “Chia Gel

  1. susan says:

    Chia seeds are great in almond milk with some added fruit – good for breakfast or as a snack. (I usually heat my milk a little bit)

    • amie-sue says:

      OH yes indeed Susan….turns out like a tapioca! Thanks for sharing.

    • Georgia says:

      How much do you use for the almond milk? it sounds yummy.

      • amie-sue says:

        Hi Georgia…. it all depends on what consistency you want and how much almond milk you have. I would start with 1 tsp per 2 cups of milk, wait at least 15 mins. and see how thick it is… add more in small amounts until the consistency you want to reached. Have a great evening, amie sue

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  3. Liza says:

    If I’m going to make chia pudding for 20 can I just multiply the ingredients by 20 since the recipe is for 1 serving?

    • amie-sue says:

      Hi Lisa, it depends on what all the ingredients are in the chia pudding. Can you tell me what recipe you are using? amie sue

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