S'mores Chia Pudding (A Protein-Packed Treat)

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Find the full recipe for this s’mores chia pudding with Bone Broth Protein here: https://store.draxe.com/blogs/all/chia-pudding-with-bone-broth-protein-smores

Wondering how to make chia seed pudding? You’ve come to the right place. Today we’re making a s’mores chia seed pudding with Bone Broth Protein S’more. You’ll get the taste of a comforting roasted s’more all while enjoying the powerful health benefits of chia seeds and bone broth. It’s a win-win-win! Try it today.

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