So raise your hand if you like cornbread?...everyone!? GREAT!
This recipe is probably one of my favorites that my mother makes. It has chia seeds which basically look like little bugs but are full of so many health benefits.
Chia seeds are filled with anti-inflammatory Omega-3's and antioxidants. For just 2 tablespoons, it has 11 grams of fiber , 4 grams of protein, and contains a significant amount of calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. So basically....you should put them in everything you make ;)
Chia seeds are also very versatile. You can put them in your oatmeal in the morning to thicken it up and add more substance, or you can sprinkle them into your yogurt for a little more a healthy topping.
Enjoy the recipe! :)
Ingredients Yield: 9 slices
Preparation Time: About 10-15 minutes
Baking Time: 20-25 minutes
* Side Note: We like to use Silk vanilla soy milk. It gives it a slightly sweeter taste.
I'm Kelsey. I am a Master's student and Dietetic Intern at URI. I use this blog to share my journey in Dietetics and to share credible nutrition information, delicious recipes, and...basically anything else that is on my mind ;)
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