This chia pudding is super easy to make but will take a bit of time to prepare. The cashew cream and chia act as a great breakfast meal, filled with essential good fats and protein to keep you full for longer. Being a low GI meal, this kind of recipe releases slowly into your bloodstream which means you can be sure to avoid sugar cravings and any hunger for a good few hours!
*Note this recipe does take a bit of preparation and should be done the night before you want to eat it!
1/3 cup chia
1 cup almond milk
1 tsp cinnamon
1 cup raw cashews
1/2 cup coconut milk
1/2 cup frozen berries
granola of choice ( opt for a low in sugar one!)
Place the chia seeds, milk, vanilla and cinnamon in a bowl and stir , placing in the fridge to set overnight
Place the raw cashews in a container covered with hot water to soak and soften overnight
In the morning blend the cashews with the coconut milk and flavouring of choice ( I like adding cinnamon and vanilla!). Blend until creamy and add milk bit by bit to avoid it becoming too runny, you want it to be thick
Take out the chia from the fridge and top with berries, cashew cream and granola and enjoy!