Yes, I admit it… I’m a Chia Pudding fanatic (and no, I’m not ashamed to say so!)
One of the most common questions I get asked is “what do you eat in a typical day?”
Since I’ve Ditched the Diet, it varies from day to day, but one thing always stays the same… my daily dose of fabulous Chia Pudding!
I eat Chia Pudding every.single.day for my breakfast and I never tire of it’s smooth, creamy, nutritionally dense and oh so filling goodness!
So in the spirit of all things glorious, here is my fantabulous (and ridiculously simple) recipe for Breakfast Chia Pudding.
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Here’s how it’s done:
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1/4 cup chia seeds
1 cup coconut milk
1/2 tablespoon organic honey (unless you’re already sweet enough)
Mix chia seeds, coconut milk and honey together in a small container, bowl or glass mason jar and allow to soak in the fridge overnight.
In the morning, layer with fresh berries, coconut yoghurt, gluten free muesli, toasted nuts, shredded coconut and ENJOY!
Have you Ditched the Diet yet?
(And if you’re shaking your head, seriously, what’s up with that? I have soooo many amazing recipes and free resources, there’s no reason for you to stay stuck in emotional eating and diet drama for one more day)
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How many serves does this make? Or is it just one breakfast? And u eat all of it? 🙂
Ok, this is where I get real
As an Emotional Eating Coach, I know we’ve all done our fair share of counting calories, crash diets and quick fixes so generally, I don’t include serving sizes because as you trust your body, you will know how much feels right to you and when to stop eating. This is really a single serve, but if it’s too much for you, then you can use it over two days (I often do that)