Blackberry & Walnut Chia pudding

A beauty boosting breakfast rich in omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3 helps to boost skin cells natural defences.

Preparation time: 5 minutes
Soak time: 1-2 hours or overnight
Serves: 1

Macros for 1 serving:
Calories: 387
Protein: 13.5g
Carbs: 8.5g (of which sugars 5.9g /Fibre 15.8g)
Fat: 32g (of which saturates 7.4g / polyunsaturated 18.7g / monounsaturated 7.8g / omega3 = 7.1g)

What you will need:
30g chia seeds
1 teaspoon acai
120ml unsweetened almond milk
40g blackberries, hold a few back to garnish
70g Greek yoghurt
20g walnuts, chopped

How to make me:

Place the chia seeds and acai into a large bowl and then slowly add the almond milk; keep stirring whilst you add the almond milk to avoid clumps. Once you have added all the almond milk, set the bowl aside for the first 5 minutes and aim to stir every minute or so to avoid unwanted clumps.

After 5 minutes, place the chia pudding in the fridge for 1-2 hours. Do check and give the pudding a stir after 25-30 minutes. For best results, soak overnight.

Once set, begin prepare the berry yoghurt. Place the blackberries and Greek yoghurt in a blender and then blitz. Place half the mix in a jar and spoon the chia pudding on top, and then pour the remaining yoghurt on top. Finish off with the chopped walnuts and a few blackberries.



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