Salba Smart Giveaway: Day 2!!

I hope you stop by each day this week because there will be a great giveaway and maybe even two featured every day!

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As an Ambassador for Salba, I’m fortunate enough to bring you great giveaways every month from them.  This month is no different!

This month the theme is: Get festive with chia seeds!

It’s the hap-hap-happiest time of the year, with lots of tasty treats and holiday parties. But sweets don’t have to bust the belt this time of year. As you start planning holiday get-togethers, make sure you keep your health on track with the simple addition of, you guessed it…Salba Chia seeds!

 

This month, Salba wants to put you to the challenge: a chia cookie challenge! It is so easy to incorporate chia seeds in holiday treats.  Try this recipe for Chia Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Salba also has a recipe that they have put together.

Salba Chia Cookies

Adding Chia to your baking has never been easier with the Salba ground and Salba whole seeds!

TWO winners will each receive a bag of Salba ground chia and Salba whole chia seed.  As a bonus, during this fantastic week of giveaways if any of you make cookies using chia seeds simply shoot me an email or post a picture of your cookies along with the recipe and I will make sure Salba sends YOU some extra goodies!  What are you waiting for?

Enter below and if you missed the giveaway yesterday, be sure to go back and check it out!
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40 Responses to Salba Smart Giveaway: Day 2!!

  1. Catherine says:

    Love Chia seeds and have them daily in chia pudding. I’ve not yet tried them in cookies or other baked goods. But hope to soon!

  2. Jessie says:

    Great giveaway! I have baked with chia seeds – however my favorite way to use the ground ones are in my smoothies!
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  3. Jenny says:

    I haven’t used Chia seeds yet, but that will change soon! I ordered some online as part of my prize to Abe’s Market from Ericafinds!!

  4. Georgiana says:

    I’ve added chia to my muffin mix before for extra fiber. Thank you so much!

  5. Amy O. says:

    I’ve never tried using chia seeds for baked goods, but I love to sprinkle them on my oat bran!

  6. Jennifer says:

    I have not used them in baking yet,but I do eat them daily in other foods.

  7. Christopher Sorel says:

    nope have not tried but would be great to

  8. Sharon says:

    Nope, never. I’ve only tried Chia seeds as a fuel for long runs.
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  9. Courtney A says:

    I’ve tried oatmeal cookies with chia seeds. Yummy.

  10. Charlene says:

    I have used them in baking cookies before, otherwise just in my cereals.
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  11. Kalee says:

    I haven’t added chia seeds to baked goods, but I definitely would. I use them in oatmeal all the time.
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  12. Raymond says:

    No I’ve never baked with chia but sounds good though. Thanks!

  13. I have never used Chai seeds at all
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  14. Elle says:

    I do occasionally bake with chia seeds but normally just add them to my ‘fruit and yogurt’ bowls.
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  15. Jennevieve Anderson says:

    this is an awesome give away I love chia seeds and putting them in or a health boost! Just made no-bake cookies with chia loved them! You have to add 1/4 cup extra liquid per 1/2 cup seeds you add or they will be dry, happy baking

  16. I’ve gone through a whole bag of chia seeds, but I’ve never made cookies with them. Yesterday I had them in a smoothie.
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  17. I have never made baked goods in them, but I do put them in my overnight oats.
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  18. I don’t think I’ve ever had Chia seeds!
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  19. Shauna roberts says:

    Would love to try.

  20. Renata says:

    I’ve never baked with chia but have used it in smoothies!

  21. Lindsay M. says:

    I haven’t made cookies with them but I do love Chia in my smoothies!
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  22. Jordan D says:

    I love chia pudding and add chia to my oats from time to time, but I haven’t baked with them yet.
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  23. Erin from Long Island says:

    I’ve only had them in chia pudding, but I make it a lot and it’s soooooo yummy!

  24. I have never made anything with these, but I would love to try them!
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  25. Lisa says:

    I haven’t but I love to try. I also read that people use in their smoothies and I love to try that.
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  26. Molly Laycock says:

    I love chia seeds! i’ve used them in cooking as an alternative to eggs 🙂

  27. I’ve never baked with it but I’m for sure saving this chocolate chip cookie recipe and I’m going to try it ASAP!!! Yummy!
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  29. Maryalicia Verdecchia says:

    No but I am definitely going to with this recipe!!

  30. Carrie H says:

    I have not but would love to try to!
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  31. Jennevieve Anderson says:

    made peanut butter cookies, 2 batches w/ half cup chia each, 1st was a bit dry since chia seeds absorb water ( left out instead of in a tin they soften up ) second batch I added 1/2 c. extra peanut butter and about tbs and a half of water these were perfect. Used ground chia also.

  32. Lauren Anderson Thomas says:

    Yes cookies and also pancakes!! Also use chia as an egg substitute!!!

  33. Lisa Jones says:

    I haven’t baked with Chia seeds. I do sprinkle them on my sorbet/icecream when I make it with my Yoananas machine.

  34. Samantha V. says:

    Not yet but I have just started Paleo and will be making lots soon.

  35. David Burns says:

    Love to try chia seeds

  36. Paige Callahan says:

    I love baking with chia seeds, I have the ground type that I uSe in breads and cookies

  37. pat says:

    I havent made baked goods with chia before but sounds good

  38. Angela N. says:

    My Mom has specifically requested that I make Scott Jurek’s chocolate chia pudding for Christmas after I made it at Thanksgiving.

  39. You know, I’ve never gotten to try chia seeds but I see lots of recipes with them. I’d love to give them a whirl!
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  40. Lisa A. says:

    I bake often with chia seeds, brownies, muffins, loaves, pretty much everything gets a spoonful or two. The ground is nice for almost any recipe and the seeds I add those to a nice cool glass of lemon water. 🙂

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