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Blueberry Lavender Chia Drink

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Raw Blueberry Lavender Chia Drink Recipe

~ raw, vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, Paleo ~

Are you ready for this? For reals? I am serious if you are prepared for a drink that; helps prevent dehydration, is alkalizing to the body, rich in omega-3 fatty acids, has a healthy dose of dietary fiber, is full of anti-oxidants, provides a high-quality complete protein, is low-glycemic and (just want to take a moment to acknowledge this run-on sentence lol)… and will also provide you with antioxidants, calcium, omega-6 oil, phosphorous, magnesium, iron, and zinc. All that in one drink!


I love the deeply rooted aroma of lavender and sometimes will sneak it into my recipes.  If you are new to using this ingredient, please click (here) to read a quick write about this amazing herb.
Remember that run-on sentence up above where I listed off all the health benefits of this drink? Well, there is more!  I haven’t even tapped into what else lavender brings into the mix of things.  I promise to use better punctuation this time. :)
Lavender can help treat headaches, sinus congestion, hangovers, tiredness, exhaustion, and tension. It is calming, uplifting, refreshing, soothing, and purifying. And can help reduce stress and irritability. My suggestion, when adding the lavender into the blender, is first vigorously to rub it between your palms.  Let the crushed flower buds to fall into the blender, then lift your hands to your face and take a deep inhale.  You will begin to feel the effects of this drink before it even enters your body.

 I hope you enjoy this energy-packed recipe. Use it as a great way to start your day or as a pick-me-up when the mid-day slumps hit. Please be sure to leave a comment below; I love hearing from you. Many blessings, amie sue

Raw Blueberry Lavender Chia Drink with LavendersIngredients:

Yields 5 cups

  • 3 cups water
  • 1/4 cup organic fresh lemon juice
  • 1/4 cup chia seeds
  • 1 cup organic blueberries
  • 1 tsp liquid stevia
  • Pinch culinary lavender buds, to taste


  1. In the blender combine the water, lemon juice, chia seeds, blueberries, stevia, and lavender.  Blend until the blueberries are liquefied.
    • NOTE!  Go very light on adding the lavender, adding more only if desired. It is a potent flower and can hijack the drink real quick.
    • I wanted to make this drink sugar-free, so I used my favorite liquid stevia. If you are not a fan of that, you can add any liquid sweetener you like.
    • Be sure to use freshly squeezed lemon juice; it makes all the difference in flavor.
  2. Place in the fridge to thicken for 30+ minutes.  The longer it sits, the more suspended the chia seeds get after shaking.
  3. You can pre-make this drink and store it in the fridge for a few days… enjoying as needed.  Mason jars are perfect for these types of drinks because you need to shake them before and in between sips.

I had a zen-like moment with my food. :)

lavender and blueberries

14 thoughts on “Blueberry Lavender Chia Drink

  1. Afsaneh says:

    Amie Sue, You are tapped into Infinite Beauty when you create these magics! Wow!!! The words come too short to describe how beautiful the idea and creation are.:)
    Thank you and Blessings, XXX

    • Afsaneh says:

      …And Yes i am ready to make this gorgeous one right now…, Much love,

      • amie-sue says:

        hehe I had no doubt… you are always so quick to test the recipes out and I LOVE that! Have a happy day. amie sue

    • amie-sue says:

      Afsaneh… you keep that type of talk up and I just might have to travel to your neck of the woods and give you a big ole’ hug. hehe Thank you for sweet and lovely self that you are. You are such a blessing to me. hugs, amie sue

  2. Connie says:

    Can’t wait to try this but I was wondering if I could use my young living lavender oil? Where do I buy your cookbooks?

    • amie-sue says:

      Good day Connie,

      Oh yes, by all means, use your essential oils. Start with just a drop, be careful not to measure over the container… I have allowed one too many drops to of essential oils to hit my ingredients and it was too late! hehe I don’t have any cookbooks Connie, just my site. :) So, in a way… you are looking at it. Blessings and enjoy the day, amie sue

  3. Jesse Gabriel says:

    Hallo Amie-Sue.
    Traumhaft und wie schön Fotografiert!!!!!!
    Wenn ich es schaffe schreibe ich ihnen heute Abend noch eine Mail und schicke ihnen noch ein paar Fotos.
    Ganz viele liebe Grüße sendet Jesse Gabriel

    • amie-sue says:

      Google translation:

      “Hello Amie – Sue .
      Perfectly and how beautiful Photographed !!!!!!
      If I can do it I write them tonight an email and send them some pictures .
      All the best send Jesse Gabriel”

      Oh thank you Jesse. I just love the combo of blueberries and lavender. Are you able to try the recipe? I hope so. I have missed seeing you here. :) I hope this message finds you well. Blessings, amie sue

  4. Penelope Thompson says:

    I think in the first paragraph, you may have meant to say prevent “dehydration”? :)

  5. Angie Sist says:

    nutritious and BEAUTIFUL and delicious … thank you, Amie Sue and I shared on Blogger and Google

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