Banff blueberry pudding

Now lets talk chia!

  • Chia seeds are full of omega 3 and calcium to keep them bones healthy and strong.
  • They help protect the skin from sun damage.
  • They help reduce inflammation as they are packed with soluble fibre – Can help some IBS sufferers by reducing bloating.
  • They are complete proteins.
  • They contain amino acids which help keep your skin, hair and nails healthy – reduce blemishes.
  • They are known to keep you fuller for longer – great for breakfast on busy days.
  • Gluten free

Plus many more!

In this recipe I’ve combined blueberries and coconut for a creamy texture and summer vibe!

I’m sure you will become just as addicted to this recipe as I am!

Its so simple, quick and easy! Perfect for a weekday breakfast. You can prepare it all the night before, pop it in a jar and take it to work with you in the morning.

Ingredients – serves 1

1.5 tbsp chia seeds

100ml full fat coconut milk

80g frozen blueberries

1 tsp ground flaxseeds

1/2 tbsp maple syrup

1 tbsp almond butter

50g fresh blueberries

5g coconut flakes



Place the chia seeds, coconut milk, frozen blueberries, flax, maple syrup and almond milk into a food processor/blender.

Blend until smooth and all the ingredients are combined.

Pour the mixture into a small bowl/glass/jar and pop in the fridge overnight.

In the moring top with fresh bluberries and coconut flakes.

Enjoy xx

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