Mmmm, yummy! This is sooo thick, creamy and tasty! I love the combination of cocoa and cinnamon. Since it is still winter and I was in the mood for some warm spices, I added a tad of cloves, ginger and nutmeg, which I liked a lot. I only had soy milk on hand and used cane sugar instead of maple syrup. It worked out great and I cannot wait to make this again. What a healthy and tasty treat! Thank you so much for sharing, WICC!
Made and reviewed during Veggie Swap #55 February 2013.
I was very happy with the ease and good taste of this recipe. I did add a lot more cocoa and I may tweak it some more, but it's great. Thanks for posting!
Very yummy! It was a bit too liquid with two tablespoons chia seeds, so I added another half tablespoon. And the cinnamon taste was a bit strong for me so next time I'll reduce it a bit and maybe add some real vanilla. I'll definitely make this again and play around with it! Thanks for posting :)<br/>Made for My Diabetic Recipes / Diabetes Forum
Our turned out thinner with quite a cinnimony flavour which I don't mind but was more pronounced than chocolate but that may be due to using organic cacao powder instead of cocoa powder! I made home-made almond milk so I did end up adding more chia seeds as home-made is a thinner liquid. It still was too thin though. I used organic, raw, local honey to taste instead of maple syrup as that is what I keep on hand, my cinnamon is cassia bark as is most cinnamon in North America. Made for Veggie Swap # 57 ~ April 2013
Very satisfying! I made using dark cocoa powder which combined with the cinnamon and chia for a wonderful Latin flavored pudding. Also loved how healthy this was. Thanks so very much for the post.