5 Ways to Enjoy Chia Seeds All Day

Nutrient-dense and packing a ton of energy boosting power, these organic chia seeds are tiny superheroes of the food world. Chia seeds are a super versatile ingredient that can be added to all kinds of dishes and beverages. Here are five different recipes to take you from breakfast to dessert, so you can get your fill of chia throughout the day.

1. Breakfast: Triple Berry Chia Detox Smoothie

Thick, creamy and naturally sweet, this delicious smoothie combines chia seeds with bananas and berries for a filling, healthy breakfast. Just one serving fulfills half of your daily fibre requirement and gives you 80% of Vitamin C you need to boost your immunity for the day.  

2. Beverage: Coconut Chia Pineapple Drink

With just three simple ingredients – coconut water, pineapple juice and chia seeds, there’s no excuse to not try this super refreshing tropical drink. All you need to do is mix the ingredients together and let the chia seeds expand for 15 minutes. Easy-peasy!

3. Snack: Quinoa Chia Seed Protein Bars

This recipe packs so much goodness into one convenient bar. With chia seeds, quinoa, flax seeds, almonds and rolled oats, you’d hard pressed to find a healthier snack that you can eat on the go. Bonus: It’s gluten-free, dairy-free and free of artificial ingredients and preservatives that you might find in store-bought granola bars.

4. Tea time: Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf with Chia 

This cake is so delicious you won’t realize how good it is for you. With lemon, chia seeds, coconut oil and yogurt, a slice of this loaf is warm, comforting and wonderful with a cup of afternoon tea. 

5. Dessert: Honey Lime Chia Fruit Salad Dressing

If you’re looking for an easy, fuss-free way to incorporate chia seeds into your diet, this is the recipe for you. Nothing could be simpler and more refreshing than this sweet and tangy dressing – perfect with your favourite fruit for a light dessert or snack


4 reasons to buy in bulk!

4 Reasons to Buy Groceries in Bulk


Is bigger always better? In the case of healthy pantry staples, the answer might just be a resounding 'yes'!


From oats to raw nuts to chia seeds, we give you four reasons to ditch those tiny supermarket packets in favour of something a lot more substantial.


1. Stretch your grocery budget

There's a good reason why everyone loves a warehouse grocery store -- it's a sure way to make your money go further! Why buy a small handful of cashews for $3.99 when you can get four times the amount for $10? When it comes to saving money, buying larger quantities of groceries is a no-brainer.


2. Reduce your environmental footprint

Buying one large bag instead of many smaller ones means less packaging and less waste that ends up in landfills. When you buy groceries in bulk, you can feel good in more ways than one, knowing that you've reduced your environmental footprint.


3. Save precious time

Save yourself multiple trips to the supermarket -- not to mention money spent on bus fare, petrol and parking -- by stocking up on staples. Since so many pantry staples are non-perishable and keep well, buying more at one go leaves you more time to spend on fun weekend activities, rather than at that long line for the cashier. For bonus points: buy online to avoid the supermarket completely! 


4. Eat better

Bulk buying leads to healthier food choices. When you have a big jar of quinoa in your kitchen, chances are you'll get your creative cooking juices flowing and turn it into whole host of delicious, healthy meals for yourself and your family. Way better than finding an empty pantry and having to fill up on instant noodles and their tiny packets of MSG.

Get More Fibre in Your Diet

We all know that dietary fibre — found mainly in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes — can prevent or relieve constipation. But fibre has so many other health benefits as well, from lowering cholesterol levels to helping us maintain a healthy weight. Here’s why we all need more fibre in our lives.

Fibre helps regulate bowel movements and maintain bowel health.

Dietary fibre decreases your chance of constipation. A high-fiber diet may also lower your risk of developing hemorrhoids and small pouches in your colon.

Fibre can lower your cholesterol levels, and boost your heart health.

Soluble fibre found in beans, oats, flaxseed and oat bran may help lower total blood cholesterol levels by lowering ‘bad’ cholesterol levels. High-fibre foods may also have other heart-health benefits, such as reducing blood pressure and inflammation.

Fibre helps control blood sugar levels.

For people with diabetes, fibre can slow the absorption of sugar and help improve blood sugar levels. A healthy diet that includes insoluble fibre may also reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Fibre can help you achieve a healthy weight.

High-fibre foods tend to be more filling, so you're likely to eat less and stay satisfied longer. High-fibre foods also tend to take longer to eat and to be less "energy dense," which means they have fewer calories for the same volume of food.

Here are some great tips from the University of California, San Francisco on how to take simple steps to increase your fibre intake. 

Here are our Fiber rich foods

Oat Ginger Crisps

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This recipe serves 12

Preparation Time: 30 Minutes

Nutritional Information

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* Adapted from HPB website



  • 4 tbsp coconut or nut oil
  • 3 tbsp maple syrup
  • 2 tbsp wheat/atta flour
  • 2/3 cup rolled oats
  • 2 tbsp low fat milk or soy milk
  • 1 tsp dried ginger
  • A pinch of clove
  • A drop of vanilla extract
  • A pinch of salt



  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.
  2. Stir all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl.
  3. Spoon 12 pieces of dough at drop on parchment paper.
  4. Bake for about 15-18 minutes, until they get slightly dark around the edges.
  5. They will be soft when they are warm, once cooled to room temperature, they will become crispier.


Healthy Cooking Tips:

  1. Coconut oil are high in medium and short chain saturated fatty acids, which slightly healthier than other long chain saturated fat. However, they are flavourful and should be consume in moderation.
  2. Oats are high in dietary fibre that aids in digestion and able to reduce blood cholesterol absorption. 





Cranberry Oat Crumble Muffin

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Cranberry Oat Crumble Muffin

This recipe serves 4-6

Preparation Time: 45 Minutes


Nutritional Information

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* Adapted from HPB website




  • 120g wheat flour
  • 5g baking soda
  • 50g unsalted butter (soften)
  • 50g maple syrup
  • 1 egg
  • 60g low-fat milk
  • 100g dried cranberries
  • Oats (optional)


Oats Crumble

  • 20g unsalted butter (cold and cubed)
  • 10g maple syrup
  • 20g wheat/atta flour
  • 20g rolled oats



  1. 1. Line up muffin cases in a tray.
  2. 2. Preheat oven at 180 degrees.
  3. 3. Oats crumble: Rub the cold butter with the dry ingredients till they look like rough sand texture. If the butter mixture is too soft, put in the refrigerator for 20mins.
  4. 4. Cream the butter with both sugars. Add the egg and combine well.
  5. 5. Add 1/2 portion of the dry ingredients (flour and baking soda). Mix well.
  6. 6. Add the milk and add the last 1/2 portion of dry ingredients. Mix well.
  7. 7. Fold in the cranberries. Do not over mix.
  8. 8. Scoop the mixture into the muffin case and fill it 3/4 full. Spring the oats crumble generously on top.
  9. 9. Bake the muffin for 20-25mins or check the muffin with a satay stick. If the stick comes out clean, it is done.

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