If youve got leftover chia seeds from an initial recipe of a past, pull them out of a pantry, because believe it or not, you can put them to work in kid-friendly recipes. All six of these kid-tested options deliver tried-and-true results, for meals as well as treats from breakfast until dessert.Chocolate-Chia PuddingFor a next-level take on traditional chocolate pudding, make use of chia seeds to naturally thicken this good-for-you dessert.Chia Seed PuddingGiada De Laurentiis creamy-dreamy breakfast, from Food Network Magazine, blends almond milk, Greek yogurt, maple syrup as well as vanilla extract, as well as a chia seeds soak up that flavorful mixture overnight, puffing up like tapioca by morning.Chia Seed Pudding PopsOr, palliate your crew in to a world of chia seed pudding by freezing a whole thing in to pops. Who wouldnt want to eat a pudding pop for breakfast?Buttery Oatmeal BarsThese abounding as well as honeyed bars have been full of stick-with-you mixture like whole oats, as well as a chia seeds add only a tiny crunch. Slathered with a jam of your choice, theyre a cross between a DIY Nutri-Grain bar as well as an oatmeal cookie.Lemon Chia MuffinsNot usually have been these proposal muffins laced with bright lemon extract in a batter, but theyre also surfaced with a honeyed honey-lemon drizzle.3-Ingredient Strawberry Chia Seed JamThis overnight recipe is so elementary my preschoolers can make it themselves. And whilst a result is honeyed enough to widespread on toast, its also amazing right out of a bowl. #BetterThanApplesauce10-Minute Chocolate, Fruit & Nut BallsThis protein-packed snack involves usually two steps: beat in a food processor, afterwards hurl in to balls. Use a basic recipe here, or adapt it in any way you like.My Kids Favorite Smoothie RecipeHands down, a best way to make use of chia seeds is by throwing a dip in to each smoothie. We adore this one with no sugar, only fruit as well as a couple of alternative fixins that make this elementary smoothie a hit each time at a place.Charity Curley Mathews is a mom of four small kids who have never once heard a phrase, ch-ch-ch-chia! except for when she sings it at home. Every single time she cooks with chia seeds. #BecauseExposure Shes a contributor to InStyle, eHow as well as Huffington Post, as well as a founder ofFoodlets.com, a site about teaching kids to adore great food, with elementary recipes and tried-and-true tips for pulling it off. Most of a time.