£2.69£2.15 per 100g
These little seeds were once a staple of the Incan, Mayan and Aztec cultures. "Chia" is actually the Mayan word for strength. The seeds were used by the ancient cultures as a super-energy food, especially for their running messengers.
Sprinkle Chia seeds on salads, cereals, yogurt, even soup. Or add a sprinkling in your baking - great in bread, cakes, cookies and muffins.
A common way to consume Chia Seeds is to make them into a delicious Chia Seed pudding by soaking with coconut milk and agave syrup.
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100g|
|Of which saturates||4.7g|
|Of which sugars||<1.0g|
|Omega 3 ALA||19.8g|
|Omega 6 LA||5.8g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (4)
Great Breakfast Topper
Love adding chia seeds to my breakfast - just a light sprinkling over my porridge or muesli at the end but also great as a topping for Weetabix or yogurt. It makes the breakfast look attractive, adds a bit of protein and they are nutritious. A little goes a long way if you just use it for sprinkling over at the end rather than using them as the bulk of a dish.
Expensive but worth it
Nice addition to cereal. No real flavour as such so doesn't ruin your breakfast cereal. Very versatile as can be added to many foods.
First time I've tried chia seeds and they're lovely and healthy on cereal. Even my fussy toddler loves them.
lovely addition to vegan breakfast
I tried these as part of a vegan challenge and wasn't knocked out, until I soaked them in almond milk and added some cinnamon for a cold porridge recipe. They were absolutely gorgeous!