Breakfast

Chia + Overnight Oats Pudding

Oats are one of the most versatile ingredients you can find, not to mention the fact they are full of goodness! 🙂 When soaked overnight and consumed raw, oats release the nutritional benefits that cannot be gained if you don’t soak them! Soaking oats helps break down the enzymes and helpful organisms making them significantly better for us, so soak your oats!

I am feeling so happy and healthy at the moment since I’ve banned all artificial food from my diet! I cannot remember the last time I had refined sugar or hydrogenated fats. Don’t get me wrong, everything in moderation is certainly good for a healthy mind and body, but limiting your unhealthy food intake will significantly improve your health! I have been eating much more fruit, fibre and whole grains over the past few weeks and my physical and mental health has taken a positive turn for the better, I’m feeling fantastic! I have created this simple and easy recipe to make Chia + Overnight Oats which is super filling, super healthy and super delicious! Enjoy!

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To make this pudding, you’ll need:

1 tbsp chia seeds
2 tbsp rolled oats
1 tsp vanilla essence
1 tsp cinnamon powder
250ml almond milk
2 tbsp goji berries
1 chopped banana

To make this:

1. In a medium sized bowl, add all of the ingredients above, apart from the banana, and stir them together.

2. Leave the bowl in the fridge to soak overnight. Stir occasionally to avoid the pudding clumping.

3. Take the bowl out of the fridge in the morning and slice up the banana. Add the sliced banana to the pudding and enjoy!

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