Raspberry & Blueberry Chia Pudding’s

do chia puddings remind anybody else of frogspawn?

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Wow wow wow have you ever seen a prettier breakfast?

I didn’t think so. It may look like a lot of admin is needed but I can assure you, this is the easiest breakfast to throw together. And it doesn’t need to be made to look pretty. Eat it straight out of your tupperware should you wish.

Before you start, do yourself a favour and make up a fresh batch of my chocolate granola for the week ahead to accompany the chia pudding. Click here for the link.

Make this the night before and wake up to a pure delight. The chia seeds expand in the yoghurt and you end up with a chia pudding. Voila!

Top with some berries and you’ve got yourself a healthy little dairy free breakfast.

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serves 2
make overnight

Ingredients
250g dairy free yoghurt (I used coconut flavour from COYO)
50g chia seeds

Extras
Granola (I used my Homemade Chocolate Granola)
Stewed Blueberries (simmer blueberries with 1 tablespoon of maple syrup until warm)
Raspberries
Peanut Butter (I used Pic’s Smooth Peanut Butter)

Method
1. Simply combine your yoghurt and chia seeds into a jar/tupperware. Mix the chia seeds in thoroughly, then pop in the fridge overnight (to let the frogspawn form!)
2. The next morning, layer up your glasses with granola/chia pudding/ blueberries or raspberries.
3. Drizzle a bit of peanut butter on top, and Bob’s ya uncle.

Enjoy! – share and tag your creations with me on Instagram @whatluceeats

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