I found this recipe here: 3 Ingredient Ginger Strawberry Sorbet
This was so good. I followed the recipe exactly. I need a more powerful blender! I had to stop and start several times to push the frozen fruit down. But, in the end, it was worth it!
I also topped it with cacao nibs.
This made 2 servings.
It was served with yummy lamb steak and raw milk.
This turned out really good, and I will make it again. Often.
I heated 1 pint of filtered water to 150˚F. After pouring water into pint jar, I added one teabag to steep (use any flavor you like!) for about 20 minutes. Make sure to remove teabag before adding chia seeds (or they will stick to it as I found out!)
Add 1 tablespoon of chia seeds (depending on how thick you want it, you can add a bit more) and 1 tablespoon (or to taste) of raw local honey and stir until honey is dissolved.
Screw on jar cap and cool in refrigerator or until chia seeds have expanded.
I left mine in the fridge overnight for a nice cold drink.
Sorry about the flash. The camera was acting up again.
I used 2 small organic garnet yams and sliced them into 'coins'.
This filled 3½ trays in my dehydrator. I set it for 135ºF and dried them overnight. Turned out nice and crunchy! You could sprinkle them with various herbs before drying, but they are tasty by themselves. You could also use them with your favorite dip. I like them, as do my dog and bunny!
The dried chips filled a 1-pint jar.