All the flavors of desert, with a fraction of the calories and unnecessary sugar. AND, that you can actually eat for breakfast. I think that sounds like a deal! Don't you?
The Chia Seed Base
The chia seed pudding base is simple! And if you are like me and do not like the usual texture; you will appreciate this little hack of blending them first. You can also adjust the liquid depending on your preference. I prefer mine to be a little less runny.
2 Tbsp chi seeds
1/2 cup low calorie almond milk of choice.
(for less sweet go for the 30 cal) I personally prefer the Califa Farms original almond milk. It's whopping 2.5 g of sugar (sarcasm) so it's worth the extra sweetness without compromising my health goals.
The possibilities really are endless but here are the three flavors:
1 Tbsp Raw Unsweetened Coconut
2 Tbsp coconut granola
1 tsp raw cocopowder
1/8 - 1/4 cup hazelnuts crushed
Banana, cinnamon & raisin (sometimes I add a tsp of peanut butter)
1/2 a small banana
1 tsp raisins
a few dashes of organic cinnamon
Watch the Portions; it's easy to add more calories than you think.
The positive side to this is one little meal prep chia seed base can be a quick brunch, lunch or mini meal instead of skipping due to a busy schedule. How you nourish your body is so important. So pick wisely and enjoy!
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