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Gut Friendly Chia Pudding

Gut Balancing Chia Pudding

This is a delicious and healthy filling breakfast and because of the berries, do not need more sweetness, so you can have these regularly!  You can have it as a post workout snack or small breakfast, and add 1tsp hemp protein powder and 1 TBSP almond/cashew butter if you want it more filling. 

Serves 1

Ingredients:

150g fresh berrries

125ml almond milk (unsweetened) – or other dairy free milk option

¼ tsp vanilla bean powder (online or Infinity or Waitrose/Ocado)

3 TBSPs chia seeds

 

Method:

  • Blend or crush the berries with a fork , milk and vanilla powder until smooth in a blender or with a hand-blender
  • Add the chia seeds to the mixture and stir well to mix the chia seeds evenly.
  • Transfer the mixture to a glass jar with a top (I use old jam jars or sauce jars)
  • Keep in the fridge overnight or for at least 6 hours before eating.
  • You can add a little raw honey if you want more sweetness and a handful of mixed seeds, dry pan toasted for a few minutes…yum!

Enjoy!

Nathalie 🙂

 

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