I love mint and chocolate. Yorks and junior mints were my favorite candy growing up (spoiler alert: currently working on a healthy version of these)! To be honest, it does stress me out to think how much sugar I ate from those. But, this recipe is far from that. I found this recipe on Petite Allergy Treats blog. I love the theory and mission behind her blog. Her children have multiple allergies and she has made it her mission to make delicious foods that meet all of their needs. She is such an inspiration for not just moms, but any recipe makers looking to be creative within certain requirements (like plant-based whole foods).
I am getting married in May and I am beyond excited. So, naturally I hired a personal trainer for the first time in my life. To be fair I also joined a new gym so there was a heavy discount, but anyway, she is amazing! I asked for someone to kick my ass and she never fails.
I want to start by saying, I absolutely LOVE this recipe. Chia pudding is my current obsession. Yes, I know it is a little embarrassing how long it took me to try this but I literally cannot stop eating it. I have always loved chia seed in smoothies or even just in water but I never actually considered chia pudding as something I would like. Facepalm… I know.